• Cannes Report, Day 5: Salma Hayek Sounds Off, Gaspar Noé Redeemed

    3 monthes ago - By The Wrap

    It's raining in France as we reach the halfway point of this year's Cannes Film Festival, where a gender parity conversation has taken center stage and filmmakers continue to serve up their wares.
    Speaking at the annual Kering Women in Motion panel, Salma Hayek touched on the scorched-earth op-ed she wrote last year about working with disgraced mogul Harvey Weinstein.
    Polarizing provocateur Gas and managed to win over critics with a dance-infused horror film (we'll still never forgive him for this poster ).
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  • Benedict Cumberbatch Says He Won't Start New Projects Unless His Female Co-Stars Receive Equal Pay

    Benedict Cumberbatch Says He Won't Start New Projects Unless His Female Co-Stars Receive Equal Pay

    3 monthes ago - By Decider

    The Avengers: Infinity War actor calls pay equality a “central tenet of feminism” and says he's “proud” to be only one of two men at his production company.
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  • Cannes Sexual Harassment Hotline Receiving Multiple Calls Per Day, One Escalated To Police

    3 monthes ago - By Deadline

    The new Cannes Film Festival harassment hotline is receiving multiple calls per day, the festival has told us. According to France's Equality Minister Marlène Schiappa, one complaint from an “Anglo-Saxon woman”, has been escalated to the local police.
    The festival was unable to provide further information on the nature of the police complaint but told us that the hotline had received “a few calls” each day of the festival, which began on Tuesday. These were mostly from...
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