Self-congratulatory Fifa propaganda film damned by critics and shunned by audiences
Critics bemused as Carol loses out to French film, while festival's feminist statement is undermined by shoes
Gaspar Noes new film featuring graphic 3D sex draws the crowds but fails to excite critics
Tale of a risky lesbian affair in 1950s America tipped for Cannes glory after rave reviews
As the world famous festival kicks off on the French Riviera, we look at the controversies, triumphs and movie highlights
Top Gear meets Hieronymus Bosch in 'deranged' thriller with best female heroine since Alien
True Detective editor Affonso Goncalves set to wrap Welles film locked for years in a Paris vault
Nepal disaster forces change of plans, but San Andreas is not the first film to suffer poor timing
Fifty Shades author takes greater control of sequel, as the critics look forward to a 'train wreck'
Brand stokes fury at our political system, but 'compelling' documentary is undermined by 'meaningless nonsense'
New Avengers provides same 'pop-culture sugar rush as binging on five Game of Thrones episodes'
Julian Assange says papers reveal 'the inner workings of an influential multinational corporation'
Soviet-era serial killer film starring Tom Hardy condemned as 'hellish anti-Soviet trash'
Critics savaged Gosling's directorial debut at Cannes – but now some critics say the film should be given a second chance
A new political action thriller sees the Oscar-winning actor join Hollywood's swelling ranks of middle-aged marauders
Fans of Steve Jobs are not pleased with a new documentary they're calling 'a vicious takedown'
Vietnamese officials cut all the sex scenes from Fifty Shades, resulting in a film that's 20 minutes shorter
Will Netflix deal to show Beasts of No Nation on day of cinema release mean it's curtains for movie theatres?
A return trip to the retirement home in India looks set to attract the silver set all over again
Clint Eastwood's film celebrates Navy Seal Chris Kyle, but it ignores some inconvenient truths. Does it matter?