- Helen Hunt mistaken for Jodie Foster by barista Updated: May-24-16 6:36 am
Helen Hunt says a confused barista mixed her up with fellow Oscar-winning actress Jodie Foster.
- Though small in number, female directors the toast of Cannes Updated: May-16-16 8:24 am
CANNES, France - Flanked by her colorful cast, the British director Andrea Arnold danced down the Cannes Film Festival red carpet to the thump of the hip-hop that adorns her electric road movie, "American Honey."
- Ken Loach, back in Cannes, again plumbs pain of inequality Updated: May-13-16 3:13 pm
CANNES, France - Cannes, with yachts moored off the French coast and luxury boutiques lining its famous seafront, is an odd place for a proud socialist to call home.
- No heels: Julia Roberts walks Cannes red carpet barefoot Updated: May-13-16 9:17 am
CANNES, France - Julia Roberts ascended the famed red-carpet steps to the Cannes Film Festival barefoot, a year after several women were famously turned away from the festival's premieres for not wearing high heels.
- In Cannes, Clooney vows Donald Trump won't be president Updated: May-12-16 1:50 pm
CANNES, France - George Clooney has vowed that Donald Trump will not be elected president, promising that "fear is not going to be something that drives" the United States.
- Review: Clooney gets a conscience in 'Money Monster' Updated: May-12-16 6:42 am
George Clooney plays a Jim Cramer-like television personality who's forced to grow a conscience when a disgruntled viewer holds him hostage on live TV in "Money Monster," a serviceable, if slight, real time thriller from director Jodie Foster.
- Cannes, on high alert, tries to balance security, festivity Updated: May-10-16 2:34 pm
CANNES, France - Coming six months after the Paris attacks in November, the 69th Cannes Film Festival has elevated security measures, swarming the French Riviera resort town with an increased police presence. But particular care has been made, festival organizers say, to preserving the spirit of the annual cinema celebration.
- In a France darkened by fear, Cannes hopes to supply light Updated: May-09-16 11:50 am
NEW YORK - The first time Jodie Foster came to the Cannes Film Festival, she did so as a co-star in Martin Scorsese's "Taxi Driver," and as a wide-eyed 13-year-old, soaking in the spectacle. "Taxi Driver" would go on to win the festival's prestigious Palme d'Or.