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Cannes Festival - studios and accommodations available 6 Replies

Hi! Living in Cannes and working since many years for the Film Festival, I have some studios and houses available for the Festival peridod, contact me if you need accomodations, let's be helpful with each other, no one will stay out!Leave me your…Continue

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Started by Frédéric Munsch in Accommodation. Last reply by Jessica Loddo May 9, 2018.

Looking to rent for a private screening in Cannes Fif! 3 Replies

Ciao! I hope all is ok for all of you! I'm looking to find a place for a private screening for Sunday 13th of may or saturday 12th (about 50 ppl more or less). It will be a Pilot of a Tv Series for 50minuts in Cannes (not outside Cannes). Can you…Continue

Started by noblesseoblige in The Industry. Last reply by Jeff Glovsky May 7, 2018.

Any LGBT films out there?

An associate of mine in the Netherlands is scouting LGTB movies for a festival."The initiator of TranScreen, the Amsterdam Transgender FIlmfestival, will be at Cannes this year and is eager to meet fellow LGBTQ filmfestival professionals; as well as…Continue

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Started by Michael Leahy in The Industry May 5, 2018.

Hair & Makeup Artists

Hi everyoneI'm the Creative Director of the international red carpet team, Global Hair & Makeup. I work with VIP's and private clients and will be in Cannes again this year (with another senior makeup artist ) should you need a hair and makeup…Continue

Tags: fashion, designer, film, gala, carpet

Started by Liz Bomben in The Industry May 2, 2018.

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‘Pagan Online’ Single Player Campaign Hits Early Access

Hack-and-slash RPG “Pagan Online” hit early access on Steam and Wargaming.net, publisher Wargaming announced Thursday. Currently available for $29.99, the game released as a single player experience featuring a five-act campaign with three difficulty levels. Cooperative play will be coming soon, says developer Mad Head Games. Content expansions will also be added to the game […]

Cannes: Thierry Fremaux on the Lineup’s Record Number of Female Directors, American Cinema and Political Films

The Cannes Film Festival has unveiled a lineup for its 72nd edition that includes some high-profile Hollywood titles, genre movies and films from 13 female directors. The official selection has been applauded by many for mixing established auteurs like Pedro Almodovar (“Pain and Glory”), Terrence Malick (“A Hidden Life”) and Xavier Dolan (“Matthias and Maxime”) […]

CBS News Sets Global ‘Earth Matters’ Reporting Effort for Earth Day

CBS News is sending correspondents to far corners of the earth for an all-day “Earth Matters” reporting effort to kick off Monday on “CBS This Morning.” To coincide with Earth Day, five correspondents will be spread among five continents to offer in-depth reports on environmental issues and the politics in the U.S. surrounding the response […]

Film Review: ‘Nureyev’

It would be absurd to say that Rudolf Nureyev lived, or danced, in anyone’s shadow. He was a man who leapt and twirled and flew onstage, all muscle but light as a feather, with a freedom and force that reconfigured the human spirit. There’s no denying, though, that over the last few decades, and especially […]

Film Review: ‘Die Kinder Der Toten’

The hills are alive (or rather, undead), with the sound of music (also mastication and the moaning of zombies) in Kelly Copper and Pavol Liska’s experimental, dialogue-free, home-movie-style riff on Elfriede Jelinek’s “Die Kinder Der Toten” (The Children of the Dead). A seminal text in Jelinek’s native Austria, the 1995 book has never been translated […]

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