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Child actors take the Cannes Film Festival by storm
Child actors have taken the Cannes Film Festival by storm, often equaling if not towering over their taller so-stars. It's the year of les enfants.
Pattinson, Sandler lead Oscar contenders out of Cannes
Robert Pattinson, Adam Sandler and Nicole Kidman are among those earning Oscar buzz at this year's Cannes Film Festival
With catcalls and applause, Cannes debates rise of Netflix
This year's Cannes Film Festival has been a sprawling, international referendum on Netflix, with votes registered in boos and applause
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Q&A: Todd Haynes on making complex cinema for kids
In his Cannes Film Festival entry "Wonderstruck," Todd Haynes has taken an unlikely family-friendly turn
'Wonderstruck,' starring a deaf newcomer, lands at Cannes
The cacophony of the Cannes Film Festival was quieted Thursday by Todd Haynes' often wordless fable "Wonderstruck" and the young deaf actress who co-stars in it
Will Smith, Pedro Almodovar open testy Cannes Film Festival
The Cannes Film Festival opened under the lights of Cote D'Azur sunshine and high-wattage stars, but also a brewing storm over Netflix
Oscar Nominee Rooney Mara Talks Cate Blachett and her role in 'Carol'
Mara appears on "Popcorn with Peter Travers" and looks back on the making of the film and many of her past roles.
Oscars 2016: Peter Travers Offers His Take on the New Nominees
Film critic and host of "Popcorn with Peter Travers" talks the surprises and snubs on the list of this year's nominees.
Oscars 2016 Snubs and Surprises
The 2016 Oscar nominations were announced this morning, and, as always, there were several snubs and surprises. "The Revenant," leading with 12 nominations, was not a surprise. But "Mad Max: Fury Road," landing 10 nominations, including one for Best Picture, certainly was. But it's the names left