The 64th annual Cannes Film Festival is now underway. Its certain to be one of the most talked about in years, with the premiere of films by auteurs Terrence Malick, Woody Allen, Lars Von Trier, Jean-Luc and Pierre Dardenne, Takashi Miike, Pedro Almodóvar, Gus Van Sant and countless others.
The Playlist has a list of the 10 most buzzed about films at the festival.
IndieWire.com has a complete guide to all the films playing at Cannes 2011.
House Next Door blog and Slant contributor Glen Heath Jr. on anticipating his first time attending Cannes this year.
Wall Street Journal's Speakeasy blog speculates on what projects will get funding and what deals major studios will be making during the festival.
MUBI.com has a collection of Cannes Film Festival posters from throughout its 64-year history.
Oppressed Iranian filmmakers Jafar Panahi & Mohammad Rasoulof to debut new work at Cannes.
The Guardian.uk talks with legendary Japanese filmmaker Takashi Miike on why he's "bringing Japanese classics back to life." Speaking of Miike, if you haven't seen his samurai epic 13 Assassins, available On Demand everywhere (including Amazon.com), then you're missing out.
Firstshowing.net: Cannes 2011 First photos of Hollywood promo art on The Croisette
The Playlist: Beautiful black & white poster & pictures from Cannes Competition silent film entry The Artist.
Keep reading for a festival-sized helping of Cannes trailer videos …