DW reporter Adrian Kennedy boldly goes where no Cannes Film Festival reporter has gone before to bring you the ultimate truth about the most prestigious movie event on the planet. Episode one: Can you Cannes?
Cinema was invented in France, and the country remains to this day a stronghold for the seventh art. As the Cesars — the "French Oscars" — are awarded on Friday, here's why their films are so popular.
The family of French film director Agnes Varda has said that the New Wave icon has passed away following a struggle with cancer. Her career spanned more than 60 years.
Selfies are forbidden on the red carpet; Harvey Weinstein is persona non grata in Cannes, but Lars von Trier no longer is. While #MeToo remains a dominant issue, there are more women on the jury than in the competition.
"The Cakemaker": the award-winning film director Ofir Graizer also works as a chef. The Israeli filmmaker spoke to DW about finding parallels between Jerusalem and Berlin, homosexuality and filmmaking in Israel.
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