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Cannes Wrap-Up: All of Our 2014 Coverage

Want a handy way to find all of our Cannes coverage from the just-ended 67th annual Cannes Film Festival? Look no further. Below, you'll find links to all of our articles, organized by author. And click here for an easy way to check out all of our videos from this year's fest.


As Cannes Opens, So Does a Steak 'N Shake

Critics' Week Opens with "FLA"

At Cannes, "Red Army" and "Self Made" Look at Culture Clash

Abel Ferrara's Scandal-Ready "Welcome to New York"

In "National Gallery," Frederick Wiseman Observes the London Museum's Operations

"The Kindergarten Teacher," "Beautiful Youth," and "It Follows"

Ryan Gosling's "Lost River" Earns Derision, But Dazzles Too

John Boorman's "Queen and Country" and Xavier Dolan's "Mommy"

Critics' Week Winner "The Tribe" and Un Certain Regard Winner "White God" Plus the 20th Anniversary of Pulp Fiction

Nuri Bilge Ceylan's "Winter Sleep" Takes Palme d'Or


Lust For Light in Mike Leigh's "Mr. Turner"

Dragons in Anatolia: The Beauty of Cannes Hustle

Drive in Fright: David Michod's "The Rover"

The Fault in Our Stars: David Cronenberg's Latest Triumph

The Best of the d'Ors

Polish Lenser Brings Immediacy "Refugiado," Diego Lerman's Latest


Cannes 2014 Preview: Legendary Directors Lead Impressive Festival Line-Up

Day One: "Grace of Monaco," "Timbuktu"

Day Two: "Mr. Turner," "That Lovely Girl," "Party Girl"

Day Three: "Captives" by Barbara Scharres

Day Three: "Winter Sleep," "Wild Tales"

"Saint Laurent," "The Wonders," and "The Crossing"

Day Five: "The Homesman"

Day Five: "Map to the Stars"

Day Six: "Foxcatcher"

Day Six: "Still the Water," "A Girl at My Door," "Bird People"

Day Seven: "Two Days, One Night," "Coming Home"

Day Seven: "The Salt of the Earth," "In the Name of My Daughter"

Day Eight: Jean-Luc Godard's "Goodbye to Language"

Day Eight: "The Search"

Day Nine: Ken Loach's "Jimmy's Hall"

Day Nine: "Leviathan," "Misunderstood"

Day Ten: Olivier Assayas' "Clouds of Sils Maria"

The 2014 Palme de Whiskers


Twitter Responds to a Steak 'n Shake Opening at Cannes

Tromatic Tribute to Roger Playing at Cannes

Cannes Flashback: A Study in the Art of Being Rude

Cannes Flashback: David Lynch Gives Filmgoers All They Can Handle

Events About Roger Ebert Set For This Week at Cannes

Cannes Flashback: France's Depardieu a One-Man Festival

Cannes Flashback: 16 Films in 5 Days; 1 Meal in 5 Hours

Cannes Flashback: The Festival Comes Into Focus

Cannes Flashback: Bold and Beautiful Show Their Cannes-Do Spirit

Cannes Flashback: Hollywood Plays It Safe, Sorry

Cannes Flashback: Waiting For Godard

Cannes Flashback: Why It's All Worth It

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