- Jaclyn Jose becomes 1st Filipino to win Cannes best actress Updated: May-23-16 1:51 am
MANILA, Philippines - Veteran actress Jaclyn Jose has become the first Filipino to win the best actress award at the Cannes Film Festival for her performance in "Ma' Rosa" as a mother who falls prey to corrupt police after she was forced to sell drugs to survive.
- Ken Loach wins Palme d'Or at Cannes for "I, Daniel Blake." Updated: May-22-16 4:00 pm
PARIS - Veteran British director Ken Loach won his second Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival Sunday for "I, Daniel Blake" - a stark portrayal of a disabled man's struggle with the crushing benefits system in northern England.
- Kristen Stewart says she's feeling happy in her own skin Updated: May-20-16 12:20 pm
CANNES, France - Kristen Stewart says she feels "pretty good" in her own skin, but that hasn't always been the case.
- Stewart's 'Personal Shopper' met with boos, bravas in Cannes Updated: May-17-16 9:49 am
CANNES, France - In a pair of films at the Cannes Film Festival, Kristen Stewart makes a plaything of her celebrity, giving a homes-of-the-stars Hollywood tour in Woody Allen's 1930s-era tale "Cafe Society" and playing a fashion assistant in Olivier Assayas' psychological drama "Personal Shopper."
- In Woody Allen, media & moviegoers again confront ambiguity Updated: May-13-16 11:30 am
CANNES, France - The latest explosion of allegations against Woody Allen has returned moviegoers to a familiar place: debating the ethics of watching - and possibly loving - Allen's films. This time, much of the soul searching is being done by film critics and reporters.
- Woody Allen opens Cannes; son resurrects sex abuse questions Updated: May-11-16 5:02 pm
CANNES, France - The 69th Cannes Film Festival opened Wednesday with stormy skies, heightened security, the premiere of a new Woody Allen film and resurrected sex abuse allegations against the 80-year-old director regarding his adoptive daughter, Dylan Farrow.
- 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.