From left, Ilhem Mechentel, Saphia Boukhechba and Ines Azibi on the Croisette, Cannes’ seaside boulevard. They had traveled from Marseille, France, in the hope of seeing movie stars.
Diego el Cigala, the flamenco star, in the documentary “Indestructible: The Soul of Salsa.”
Milford Graves in a scene from the documentary “Milford Graves Full Mantis.”
Spencer Stone, left, and Alek Skarlatos in “The 15:17 to Paris,” directed by Clint Eastwood.
A trap he can't escape? Liam Neeson, right, with Colin McFarlane in "The Commuter," directed by Jaume Collet-Serra.
Elle Fanning and Alex Sharp in "How to Talk to Girls at Parties."
Annette Bening and Jamie Bell in “Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool,” directed by Paul McGuigan.
A Magno screening room in between showings earlier this week. It’s closing because of rising rent.
“They just keep attacking you, accusing you,” Feras Fayyad said of the Russian campaign against his film, “Last Men in Aleppo.”
On the edge of the world: Daniel Giménez Cacho as Don Diego de Zama in Lucrecia Martel’s “Zama.”
A scene from the documentary “Eating Animals,” directed by Christopher Quinn.
To play Dick Cheney in “Vice,” Christian Bale used prosthetics to resemble the former vice president at five stages of his life.
Christina Hodson, right, came up with the idea for a tool to help screenwriters analyze gender equity — or inequity — in their work. John August incorporated the tool in his Highland 2 script software.
From left, Milly Shapiro, Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne and Alex Wolff play the family at the center of “Hereditary.”
Spike Lee, the director of the new film “BlacKkKlansman,” has grappled throughout his career with what he calls homegrown terrorism.
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