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Cannes-Bound ‘The Beasts,’ from ‘The Kingdom’s’ Rodrigo Sorogoyen, Gets Poster From James Verdesoto (Exclusive)

World premiering in Cannes’ Premiere section, Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s thriller “The Beasts”(“As Bestas”) has shared with Variety its poster, crafted by James Verdesoto at New York’s Indika Entertainment Advertising, who as creative director at Miramax was responsible for the original award-winning film poster of “Pulp Fiction,” as well as those for “The Piano” and “The Crying […]

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Jane Campion Wins Best Director Oscar For ‘Power Of The Dog’

Jane Campion has made history once again. Just the second woman nominated for Best Director in 1994 for “The Piano,” she now has become the third woman to win the prestigious Oscar category for “The Power of the Dog.” This is her second Oscar statue after winning Best Original Screenplay for the aforementioned “Piano.”Read More: […]

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The Power Of The Dog Ending Was Changed For The Better By Jane Campion

Oscar voters are feeling “The Power of the Dog,” with Jane Campion’s film having picked up 12 nominations, the most of any film this year. Campion herself is up for best director against Steven Spielberg for “West Side Story,” which serves as a rematch of the 66th Academy Awards, when Spielberg won the award for […]

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Jane Campion Makes Oscars History as First Woman With Two Best Director Nominations

Jane Campion has entered the Oscars history books following the 2022 nominations, as the New Zealand helmer is now the first woman filmmaker to boast two career nominations in the best director category.Campion is nominated for directing this year thanks to her acclaimed work on the Netflix-backed “The Power of the Dog,” which also won […]

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Palme d’Or Winner Julia Ducournau on Groundbreaking ‘Titane’: ‘I Don’t Want My Gender to Define Me’

The lineup for this year’s Cannes Film Festival was filled with unpredictability, but at least one certain outcome: “Titane” would get people talking. By the end of the festival, the arrival of the second feature from 37-year-old French director Julia Ducournau would find her becoming the second female director in history to win the Palme […]

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Cannes 2021: Julia Ducournau’s ‘Titane’ wins Palme d’Or

Jury president Spike Lee appeared to accidentally let slip Titane’s win early on stage.Julia Ducournau’s Titane has been awarded the Palme d’Or at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival (July 6-17).Scroll down for full list of winnersDucournau becomes the first solo female filmmaker to take home the Palme d’Or (Jane Campion’s The Piano shared the award […]

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Cannes 2021: Julia Ducournau makes history as ‘Titane’ wins Palme d’Or

Jury president Spike Lee appeared to accidentally let slip Titane’s win early on stage.Julia Ducournau’s Titane has been awarded the Palme d’Or at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival (July 6-17).Scroll down for full list of winnersDucournau becomes the first solo female filmmaker to take home the Palme d’Or (Jane Campion’s The Piano shared the award […]

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Chloé Zhao, Emerald Fennell Make Oscars History as Two Women Nominated for Best Director

It’s about time. For the first time in its nearly hundred-year history, the Oscars have nominated a pair of female filmmakers in its Best Director category, with both Chloé Zhao and Emerald Fennell earning nominations for their films “Nomadland” and “Promising Young Woman,” respectively. Both filmmakers also received screenplay nominations for their films, and each […]

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