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Cast

 

Pedro Almodóvar ... Himself (archive footage)

Emmanuelle Béart ... Herself (archive footage)

Willem Dafoe ... Himself

Dino De Laurentiis ... Himself

Clint Eastwood ... Himself

Abel Ferrara ... Himself

Vincent Gallo ... Himself

Lillian Gish ... Herself (archive footage)

Brian Grazer ... Himself

Ron Howard ... Himself

Samuel L. Jackson ... Himself
Evan Klinger ... Himself

Michael Moore ... Himself (archive footage)

Marisa Paredes ... Herself (archive footage)

Debbie Rochon ... Herself

Gena Rowlands ... Herself

Martin Scorsese ... Himself

Chloë Sevigny ... Herself

Steven Soderbergh ... Himself (archive footage)

Oliver Stone ... Himself

Sharon Stone ... Herself

Tilda Swinton ... Herself (archive footage)

Kathleen Turner ... Herself (archive footage)

Harvey Weinstein ... Himself

Robin Williams ... Himself

Directed by
Richard Schickel 
 
Produced by
Carl Borack .... executive producer
Jim Cardwell .... executive producer
Douglas Freeman .... co-producer
Brian Jamieson .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Casey Cohen 
 
Cinematography by
Brandon L. Hull 
Craig McCourry 
 
Film Editing by
Bryan McKenzie 
Nolan Reese 
 
Sound Department
Jason Freedman .... sound editor
Mark Linden .... sound editor
Tara Paul .... sound editor
Harry E. Snodgrass .... sound editor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kris Denton .... camera operator: additional photography
Alex Rotaru .... camera operator: additional photography
 
Editorial Department
Brandon L. Hull .... assistant editor
Scott S. Parker .... on-line editor
 
Other crew
Nadia Davari .... legal affairs
Alex Rotaru .... production coordinator
Alex Rotaru .... translator
 
Thanks
Brent Christo .... thanks
John Von Thaden .... special thanks
 

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"Cannes: All Access" - USA (DVD title)
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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
"Talking heads" documentary about the Cannes Film Festival, 1 June 2007
Author: Don Rogers from Seattle, WA, USA

This meandering documentary about the Cannes Film Festival, made by Time's film critic Richard Schickel, consists almost exclusively of anecdotes and interviews with directors, some actors, and (naturelment) a lot of critics. Though this makes the film visually quite dull, some of the stories are interesting, and you do get a sense of Cannes' past glory as the first truly international film marketplace.

But whatever charm the festival had in its heyday could not survive its own success, and today the "festival" seems like a preview of some hedonist's outer circle of Hell -- most enjoyable from a continent's remove, at least.

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