Netflix is Giving Up on the Cannes Film Festival Altogether

A few weeks ago Cannes Film Festival announced that it wouldn't be allowing Netflix to compete for the Palme d'Or anymore. The streaming service had been allowed to compete last year, apparently in the hopes that it would begin releasing some of its films to cinemas, but Netflix made it clear that was never on the cards. Now the streaming service has confirmed it won't be attending Cannes at all. Read More >>

Cannes Film Festival Has Banned Netflix From Competing for the Palme d’Or

It's no secret that Netflix isn't very popular in some circles. While there's the attitude that a lot of its original films are studio rejects offloaded to avoid the hassle of cinema distribution, it still has a number of incredible films that were exclusively available on the service - never making their way to cinemas. For that very reason, those films are now banned from competing for the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival. Read More >>

Netflix Banned from Cannes Film Festival

The Cannes film festival has yielded to pressure from bronze-skinned, white-haired movie purists, and is banning films from being entered into its prestigious contests unless they are actually on show or scheduled to be shown in French cinemas. Read More >>

Inside Kanye’s Insane Seven-Screen Movie Pyramid

When Yeezy premiers a film, it's safe to assume he's not going to gather some people inside an auditorium and hit the lights. Why do that when you could commission a massive pyramid to house a seven-screen cinematic palace? Read More >>