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Fresh off the heels of “Isle of Dogs,” filmmaker Wes Anderson is ready to go back to the world of live-action for his next film, a musical set in post-World War II France. And as you might expect, the names being thrown around for the cast of his next …

Skateboarding on the cinematic spectrum of punk to mainstream, Danish filmmaker Thomas Vinterberg no longer wears ripped jeans. Once the co-conspirator behind the Dogme 95 manifesto with Lars Von Trier — a raw, minimalist, limitations-driven punk-cinem…

It has been six years since Thomas Vinterberg unveiled his Oscar-nominated psycho-drama “The Hunt” at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2012, though it feels as if it were just yesterday. READ MORE: Toronto International Film Festival: 22 Most…

Since his first feature-length film, “The Sentinel” in 1992, Arnaud Desplechin has been a fixture at the Cannes Film Festival. Just last year, the acclaimed director premiered “Ismael’s Ghosts” as the opening film of the prestigious event. And it appea…

Following its initial release out of the Tribeca Film Festival, Drake Doremus’ latest film, the artificial intelligence romantic drama, “Zoe,” now has its first trailer. Doremus’ previous film “Newness,” which premiered at the 2017 Sundance…

As artificial intelligence technology develops, so too does our cultural fascination with the blurring line between human and machines. From “Her” and “Ex Machina” to “Black Mirror” and “Westworld,” AI is hot right now – literally. If we’re not thinkin…

The 2018 Festival de Cannes might be lacking in noticeable starpower with the current films in competition, but they have more than made up for it with the main festival jury.  Cate Blanchett is already the Jury President and now she’ll be joined…

Another day, another slew of casting announcements, with a few them involving some actresses who’ve stepped in and out of the world of James Bond. The “Blue Is The Warmest Color” stars are getting busy. First up, Adèle Exarchopoulos is joining Chulpan Khamatova (“Good Bye Lenin!”) and dancers Oleg Ivenko and Sergei Polunin to star in Ralph Fiennes’ next directorial effort “The White Crow.” About famous Russian ballet dancer and choreographer Rudolf Nureyev, the drama charts the iconic dancer’s famed defection from the Soviet Union to the West in 1961, despite KGB efforts to stop him. Continue reading Lea Seydoux, Adele Exarchopoulos, Eva Greene & Gemma Arterton Land New Roles at The Playlist.

Canadian filmmaker Xavier Dolan’s latest stars an A-list French cast, including Marion Cotillard, Lea Seydoux and Vincent Cassel, in the story of a young man who returns home to tell his family he’s dying.read more