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CNNMoney: Greece debate takes center stage at G20updated: Wed Nov 02 2011 11:59:00

Greece was the main topic of conversation here Wednesday after a surprise move by Prime Minister George Papandreou that called into question the latest effort to resolve Europe's debt crisis.

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U.S. stocks were poised to open sharply higher Monday, as investors welcomed a pledge from European leaders to unveil a plan to solve the European debt crisis by the end of the month.

People.com: Madonna and Beau Pick Unlikely Vacation Spotupdated: Sun Aug 21 2011 11:29:00

It's not St. Tropez or Cannes, but little, rainy Guéthary on the French coast

Romantic sailing getaways, celebrity styleupdated: Fri Jul 15 2011 20:11:00

Supermodel Kate Moss is no stranger to luxury -- so when the newly married Moss recently departed on her honeymoon, it was only fitting she did it in style: superyacht style.

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Every year, like swallows to Capistrano, the great and the good of the marketing world flock to the French Riviera. For 58 years, the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity has been inspiring the people who make the ads you see on TV, the posters at your bus stop and, since 1994, the banners online that beg you to click here.

Hollywood eyes $70 zombie movie wowing Cannesupdated: Tue May 26 2009 11:03:00

A budding British director is enjoying success on a shoestring at Cannes with "Colin," a new zombie feature that cost a scarcely believable $70 to make.

People.com: For Sale: Live Kisses from Robert Pattinsonupdated: Fri May 22 2009 15:07:00

The heartthrob's smooches go for $20,000 apiece at the Cannes amfAR benefit

Have Tarantino and his 'Inglourious Basterds' got what it takes?updated: Fri May 22 2009 10:09:00

Quentin Tarantino didn't give himself any breaks while making his latest film "Inglourious Basterds," which premiered at Cannes this week.

'Inglourious Basterds'updated: Fri May 22 2009 10:09:00

Brad Pitt and Quentin Tarantino talk about their new film "Inglourious Basterds". CNN's Mylene Klass reports.

Another art at Cannes: The art of the dealupdated: Tue May 19 2009 11:15:00

It rained in Cannes on Friday, and for that, Michael Mendelsohn was thankful.

Cannes deal makersupdated: Tue May 19 2009 11:15:00

Behind the scenes at the Cannes Film Festival is where the real action takes place. CNN's Natasha Curry reports.

Blood, elephants and naked cyclists: 10 Cannes movie publicity stuntsupdated: Tue May 19 2009 10:25:00

Competition in the movie business is cut-throat at the best of times, and even more so when it comes to Cannes.

In pictures: Star power on full wattage at Cannesupdated: Tue May 19 2009 05:54:00

Like the swarms of snapping paparazzi that constantly surround them, stars of all shades are irresistibly drawn (or contractually obliged) to show face at Cannes -- quite simply, when the world's most prestigious film festival turns the wattage up to full, there's nowhere more glamorous.

People.com: Penélope Cruz Hit by Food Poisoning in Cannesupdated: Mon May 18 2009 20:09:00

She misses the Nine trailer presentation but has since recovered

Coppola has Cannes buzzingupdated: Thu May 14 2009 13:58:00

Francis Ford Coppola's new movie "Tetro" already has Cannes buzzing. CNN's Natasha Curry reports.

Cannes Film Festival openingupdated: Thu May 14 2009 13:26:00

CNN's Neil Curry mingles with the stars at this year's Cannes Film Festival.

An 'Up' note to Cannes opening: Pixar goes 10 for 10updated: Thu May 14 2009 13:26:00

The Cannes Film Festival entrusted its opening to a Pixar film, and the animation studio did not disappoint.

Red carpet beauties at Cannes premiereupdated: Thu May 14 2009 10:38:00

The 62nd annual Cannes Film Festival opened in style on Wednesday as the film world descended on the French Riviera for the premiere of Pixar's new 3D animated film "Up" -- the first time an animated movie has ever opened the festival.

All that glitters: Five iconic Palme d'Or winnersupdated: Thu May 14 2009 08:55:00

As the Cannes Film Festival gets underway, all eyes will once again be on the contenders for the festival's top prize -- the Palme d'Or. As one of the most prestigious awards in world cinema, the Golden Palm has been the launchpad for success for many films over the decades.

Cannes gets specs appeal as 3D 'Up' opens festivalupdated: Thu May 14 2009 08:45:00

Dark glasses are de rigueur on the sun-kissed French Riviera, but this year glamorous cineastes attending the opening night of Cannes were matching another kind of face wear with their tuxedoes and designer dresses.

People.com: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to Three-Peat at Cannesupdated: Wed May 13 2009 17:14:00

Penélope Cruz, Robin Wright Penn, Maria Carey and Sharon Stone are also expected to attend the movie festival

Countdown to Cannesupdated: Tue May 12 2009 13:12:00

CNN.com's Nicole Lapin gets a preview of this year's Cannes Film Festival from People Magazine movie critic Leah Rozen.

Tarantino, Ledger are focus at Cannesupdated: Tue May 12 2009 13:12:00

The economic downturn may take its toll at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, which opens Wednesday night. But as always, the show will go on.

Cannes exposure is no guarantee of successupdated: Mon May 11 2009 14:59:00

As the 2009 Cannes Film Festival draws near, filmmakers who have made the event's short list hope that their films will be blessed with that hard-to-earn Cannes buzz, which could lead to awards and financial success.

The Screening Room in Mayupdated: Fri May 08 2009 11:18:00

On this month's The Screening Room, host Myleene Klass heads to the Croisette for the 62nd Cannes Film Festival. While the recession has taken some of the luster off of the famously extravagant festival, movies from a virtual "who's who" of A-list directors show the world that no other film festival compares with eleven days on the French Riviera.

Defying the crunchupdated: Tue Apr 14 2009 10:50:00

The recent Antibes Yacht Show has shown that some people may already be beginning to emerge from the international financial crisis.

People.com: Brad Pitt to Compete in Cannes - Againupdated: Thu Apr 02 2009 15:06:00

The star's Inglourious Basterds will vie in May for the fest's top prize

Interview with Jeon Do-yeonupdated: Sun Jan 04 2009 22:24:00

Jeon Do-yeon won the Best Actress prize at this year's Cannes Film Festival for her performance in the South Korean film "Secret Sunshine." Celebrated in her native South Korea for her roles in melodramatic soap operas and independent films, Jeon is the first Asian to win this prestigious prize. South Korea's most famous actress joins Talk Asia to discuss her rise into renown and takes a stroll around the cultural neighborhood of Daehango in Seoul with host Anjali Rao.

Film factbook: Argentine cinemaupdated: Wed Dec 10 2008 07:00:00

A blossoming of cinematic creativity has swept Argentina in recent years, bringing about a second golden age of film.

Time.com: When Jellyfish Attackupdated: Mon Jul 21 2008 17:40:00

Global warming and overfishing have turned the surf off France's south coast into a gelatinous mass swarming with menace

The Screening Room Xtra: Cannesupdated: Fri Jun 06 2008 09:08:00

Like a fine baguette on the Croissette, "The Screening Room" is about to become longer, fresher and crisper as we launch a new monthly show -- "The Screening Room Xtra."

Sport stars at Cannes?updated: Mon Jun 02 2008 05:41:00

The Screening Room takes a look at why ex-boxer Mike Tyson and football legend Diego Maradona are in Cannes.

Time.com: Turkish Director FÊted in Cannes, Ignored at Homeupdated: Tue May 27 2008 10:00:00

Celebrated Turkish filmmaker Nuri Bilge Ceylan was awarded Best Director in Cannes on Sunday. Perhaps now Turks will finally go see his movies

Behind the red carpet at Cannes updated: Tue May 27 2008 09:10:00

"Au secours!" is one of the first phrases you will find in French travel dictionaries but I have never heard it used -- until now. It's 1.15am and we have just locked an elderly French lady in a lift, so the phrase is now being used in its most urgent form.

People.com: Cannes Film Festival Closesupdated: Tue May 27 2008 08:15:00

The French film The Class takes top honor and Clint Eastwood's Changeling stands out in a mostly disappointing year

People.com: Kate & Lance Dance and Kiss in Cannesupdated: Mon May 26 2008 19:27:00

Hudson and Armstrong were "beaming" at a Dolce & Gabbana party, a source tells PEOPLE

Time.com: And At Cannes, the Winner Is...updated: Sun May 25 2008 17:00:00

A "small" French film takes the big prize at the festival while the Americans are shut out, except for Benicio del Toro

Time.com: Handicapping the Prizes at Cannesupdated: Sat May 24 2008 19:20:00

Mary Corliss evaluates the buzz (and identifies the dark horses) for the Palme d'Or and the other big awards at the festival

People.com: Michelle Williams Reflects on 'Cool' Cannesupdated: Sat May 24 2008 14:05:00

The actress – resurfacing after Heath Ledger's tragic death – has two movies at the film festival

People.com: Lindsay & Samantha Get Cozy on Diddy's Yacht in Cannesupdated: Sat May 24 2008 11:24:00

The BFFs turn heads in the South of France, while mom Dina calls Ronson "a sweetheart"

Time.com: Finally! An Instant Cannes Classicupdated: Sat May 24 2008 11:00:00

Out of Charlie Kaufman's dangerous mind comes Synecdoche, New York

Latin tempo reverberates through film worldupdated: Fri May 23 2008 15:10:00

There has been a distinctly Latin flavor to this year's Cannes Film Festival.

Mideast conflict forces animation to grow upupdated: Fri May 23 2008 14:51:00

Everyone has their childhood favorite: whether it is the hand-drawn beauty of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs;" or the modern, computer-generated genius of "Shrek." Cartoons have always been a family staple in the movie industry.

People.com: Michelle Williams Dazzles at Cannes Film Festivalupdated: Fri May 23 2008 12:58:00

Radiant in lace, the actress walks her first red carpet since Heath Ledger̢۪s death

Time.com: Soderbergh and Tarantino: Warrior Auteursupdated: Thu May 22 2008 16:00:00

The two American directors are back on the Riviera - one for the world premiere of his Che Guevara bio-pic, the other to give a film "master class"

People.com: Angelina Jolie's Cannes Buzzupdated: Thu May 22 2008 13:07:00

Two movies and two babies on the way, she leaves the festival amid Oscar talk

People.com: The Jolie-Pitts Shop for the Babies in Cannesupdated: Tue May 20 2008 09:57:00

Brad and Angelina pick out all white outfits for their soon-to-be-born twins

Time.com: Clint and Angelina Bring a Changeling Child to Cannesupdated: Tue May 20 2008 09:00:00

Will the Hollywood legend win the top prize of the Palme d'Or with Changeling? Richard Corliss thinks he might have a shot

Time.com: Film Country for Old Menupdated: Mon May 19 2008 15:00:00

Cannes remembers movies and times gone by

U.S. economic impact of Cannesupdated: Sun May 18 2008 09:14:00

Hollywood producers hit Cannes to sell movies and in turn, boost the U.S. economy. CNN's Brooke Anderson reports.

Time.com: Cannes Gets Realupdated: Sat May 17 2008 17:00:00

From the conflicted soul of Mike Tyson to the changing landscape of China, as seen through eyes of the acclaimed Jia Zhangke, documentaries flood the Cannes Film Festival

People.com: Brad & Angelina Steal the Show at Cannesupdated: Fri May 16 2008 22:38:00

The film festival is "always a good time," the pregnant Jolie tells PEOPLE

Behind the scenes: Cinema spotlight on Cannesupdated: Wed May 14 2008 16:35:00

Palm trees, mild weather, the Mediterranean -- what more could you want? For film aficionados, the answer is movies, movies and more movies.

The year of the documentaryupdated: Wed May 14 2008 15:44:00

Blogger Karina Longworth explains why documentaries are so popular this year and previews the Cannes Film Festival.

Time.com: Can Cannes Still Do It?updated: Wed May 14 2008 12:00:00

The world's largest film festival, which begins today, faces its biggest challenge: getting the world to care about the movie it shows

People.com: Jack Black Kung-Fu-Kicks Off Cannesupdated: Wed May 14 2008 11:16:00

The actor playfully poses with 40 faux pandas to promote his new movie

The wild and wonderful world of Cannesupdated: Mon May 12 2008 13:56:00

The first Le Festival de Cannes opened September 1, 1939, an attempt to extend the tourist season and bring a little film flash to the little French Riviera town.

Time.com: Eastwood Film Tops Cannes Line-Upupdated: Wed Apr 23 2008 10:15:00

Organizers of the Cannes Film Festival say Clint Eastwood's Changeling and Wim Wenders' Palermo Shooting will lead this year's streamlined competition

The films that bring an international flavor to the Oscarsupdated: Mon Feb 25 2008 06:22:00

In 2007, a low-budget feature by a first-time German director, "Das Leben der Anderen" won Best Foreign Language film at the Oscars. Over the next 10 weeks, the film better known to English-speaking audiences as "The Lives of Others" brought in $8.2m at the US box office.

Time.com: How Not to Have an Abortionupdated: Fri Feb 01 2008 11:00:00

A superb Romanian film gives a creepy twist to Hollywood's unwanted-pregnancy comedies

Fortune: Meet the new Harvey Weinsteinupdated: Mon Jun 25 2007 05:47:00

Wait until you see what is about to happen to you," says Harvey Weinstein, sitting in the back seat of a midnight-blue Peugeot, car No. 3 in a nine-vehicle motorcade. The procession is inching down La Croisette, the seaside boulevard that meanders through Cannes on the French Riviera. Tonight it is lined on both sides with fans hoping to catch a glimpse of celebrities en route to the premiere of Michael Moore's "Sicko."

Time.com: The U.S. Mostly Snubbed at Cannesupdated: Fri Jun 01 2007 12:45:00

A searing abortion drama from Romania takes the festival's top prize, while the Americans are largely ignored

Time.com: Handicapping the Palme d'Orupdated: Wed May 30 2007 08:15:00

It's almost impossible, but here's a look at two of the Festival favorites

People.com: Cannes Diary: Thumbs Up for Ocean's Thirteenupdated: Wed May 30 2007 07:53:00

For a festival celebrating its 60th year, the Cannes Film Festival proved mighty frisky. Sure, a handful of the 21 international titles in competition were dolorous arthouse tush-testers - but enough films pleased, entertained and touched a viewer that Cannes 2007 turned out to be memorable.

Cannes and the cult of celebrityupdated: Mon May 28 2007 03:34:00

Start with the romance and allure of the French Riviera, the warm weather of an evening in late May infused with the smell of blooming jasmine, add a lineup of air-kissing international movie stars, directors, and film-makers, and voila! The 60th Cannes Film Festival gets under way.

Time.com: Mean Men and Mad Womenupdated: Sun May 27 2007 17:55:00

Richard and Mary Corliss on six Cannes movies that replay the battle of the sexes

Time.com: Persepolis Finds Love in the Afternoonupdated: Fri May 25 2007 13:25:00

A bold and vivacious cartoon wins over the crowd in Cannes

Ken Loach on Cannesupdated: Wed May 23 2007 08:06:00

Last year at Cannes, British director Ken Loach carried away the Palme d'Or for his film, "The Wind that Shakes the Barley." This year, he, along with 32 other leading directors, took part in the Cannes "Chacun a son cinema," a series of three-minute films to celebrate the festival's 60th anniversary.

Prestige and glamour at Cannesupdated: Tue May 22 2007 07:14:00

We've come to the south of France to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Cannes -- the most famous film festival of them all.

Brigitte Bardot on Cannes, celebrity and careerupdated: Fri May 18 2007 07:29:00

She was the object of desire for most of the male population in the 1950's and 60's and one was one of the first actresses to earn the title "sex kitten."

Diamond phone has more bling than ringupdated: Fri Sep 01 2006 11:19:00

A Russian businessman has bought what is believed to be the world's most expensive cell phone.

Lucas on Iraq war, 'Star Wars'updated: Mon May 16 2005 08:15:00

"Star Wars" director George Lucas says that although he wrote the original film during the Vietnam War, his six-part saga could apply to the war in Iraq.

A design classicupdated: Mon Oct 04 2004 09:59:00

One of the best, and most fun, inventions of my lifetime is that combination of classic design and inspired engineering, the Mini.

Fortune: A Long Yacht Summerupdated: Mon Jun 14 2004 00:01:00

When Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen pulled into Cannes in mid-May, people couldn't help but gawk at his newest toy. Completed late last year, the 414-foot-long Octopus is the largest private yacht...

Palms up for Michael Mooreupdated: Mon May 24 2004 13:44:00

He won't be welcome at the Republican National Convention this summer.

Tech giants upbeat at mobile showupdated: Tue Feb 24 2004 06:30:00

More than one billion people are now using Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) phones, almost one in six of the world's population. Not bad for a technology launched 12 years ago.

Fortune: The Wordupdated: Mon Feb 17 2003 00:01:00

As buck-wild party towns go, Davos is hardly Cannes. But this year at least a few Economic Forum luminaries got their groove on when the Soul Solution band played the main Saturday night Belvedere ...

FSB: The Next Picture Show Film festivals are more popular than ever, but you don't need an in with Gwyneth to attend oneupdated: Sun Dec 01 2002 00:01:00

When you hear people talk about film festivals, you probably conjure up images that make them seem off-limits to mere mortals--Harvey Weinstein of Miramax puffing on a cigar while discussing his la...

Fortune: That's The Ticket Before you decide where your company should be headed, perhaps you and your employees updated: Mon Sep 03 2001 00:01:00

Many "isms" dominate the managerial mindscape: capitalism, Taylorism, cynicism. But one particular "ism" whose potential business impact seems woefully undervalued is tourism.

Fortune: The Fortune Hype Indexupdated: Mon Jun 25 2001 00:01:00

This hasn't been the most stable year for those in the public eye. Cisco, once unassailable, has become unmentionable. The bickering, underachieving Lakers transformed themselves into the Second Co...

Money Magazine: FORGET ABOUT CANNES! GO TO A FILM FESTIVAL NEAR YOU THIS FALLupdated: Wed Oct 01 1997 00:01:00

Missed the Cannes Film Festival? Stop feeling sorry for yourself, and check out these events closer to home. They offer a mix of blockbuster and independent films, all for about the price of a tick...

Fortune: Les Americains invade Cannesupdated: Mon Jun 10 1985 00:01:00

The 38th annual Cannes Film Festival opened with a distinctive American flavor: four of the 19 films shown officially were made in the U.S., compared with two last year. American filmmakers flocked...

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