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Get all the latest news from the Croisette as it happens with the dedicated LOVEFiLM blog. Read all the latest news and reviews, plus the pictures from the biggest film festival of the year.
The arctic conditions at this year's Berlinale haven't deterred an A-list turn out; Renee Zellweger, Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese have all been down the snowy red carpets. Click here for the latest on the films and stars heading to the German capital.
We were spoilt with a George Clooney hat trick at 2009's LFF, and of course we were soaking it up at the red carpet premieres and press events. Get the low down from home-grown talent Carey Mulligan and Matthew Goode - plus overseas stars like Viggo Mortensen and Jason Schwartzma - here.
We caught up with the likes of Quentin Tarantino, Mike Myers, Giovanni Ribisi, who were all hanging out at the biggest film festival of the year. As well as finding out about some cracking up coming films and giving you a tour of the Croisette.
The 59th annual Berlin Film Festival was the most popular ever - with over 270,000 tickets sold. But what about the quality of the movies? Read our daily reports here.
You'd think a French film winning Cannes wouldn't cause any controversy, but with so many great entries and the undpredicatble Sean Penn heading the jury, this year's Palme d'Or could have gone any way.
The Great Finale: The Awards Ceremony� What better way to convey the love of film?
It seems there�s no stopping Madonna from continuing to express herself in her later years. Find out how she turned the Berlinale crowd upside down on day 7.
Mike Leigh returns with feel-good movie Happy-Go-Lucky, whilst the premiere party of German film Trip to Asia was the event par excellence of the sixth Berlinale day.
Find out where the best place to meet Steven Soderbergh, Hilary Swank or Catherine Deneuve at the Berlin Festival is.
Days 2 and 3 see Daniel-Day Lewis garnering huge acclaim for his role as the unscrupulous oil baron in There Will Be Blood with another Brit, Tilda Swinton, also in the frame for a Golden Bear.
Films, Stars & Rock'n'Roll: The 58th International Film Festival in Berlin kicks off in style.
As a town of less than 8,000 suddenly swells to accommodate more than 50,000 on the opening weekend of the Sundance Film Festival; its all good news for the Brits as a record 20 UK films in selection this year. Here�s the best of the fest.
The Declaration of Independence Film Festival offers Londoners the chance to see original and exciting films from the USA and Canada for the first time, with seventeen international premieres being screened.
Tom Charity gives us a few tips as well as the odd warning in his lowdown to all the latest movies to look out for at this year�s BFI London Film Festival.
Wong Kar-Wai gets lost in translation with My Blueberry Nights while a small-scale Romanian abortion drama gets a big thumbs up.
We take a look at this year's must-see films with Son Of Rambow the pick of the bunch; remember, you saw it here first!
Three films about dementia, three about bereavement, two about torture, and a documentary about kidnapping in Brazil; it can only be Sundance Film Festival.
Celebrating its 60th Anniversary this year, Cannes crams 1,000 eclectic films into just 11 manic days. Preview it here. Now.
On the final day of this exclusive blog LOVEFiLM catches up with the coolest cat in Cannes, Quentin Tarantino, to check out his new film Death Proof.
Straight from Sunny Cannes � it�s the UK versus the USA, with Angelina Jolie starring in Michael Winterbottom�s A Mighty Heart coming up against Michael Moore�s new documentary Sicko.
Direct from the Cannes Film Festival, a daily update showcasing the latest film premieres reviews, celebrity spots and parties.
It�s good but it�s no Romanian! The climatic last day; first-hand from France.
With only two more days of the festival left, there's some serious chat in the air as to who will scoop the Palme d'Or on Sunday�
Day four sees the limelight shift from hot-shot director Quentin Tarantino to fellow American maverick Harmony Korine.
Michael Moore and Gus Van Sant feature on day three, but it�s Mexican film Silent Light that steals the crown of best of the fest so far.
Day two sees the welcome return to form of the Coen brothers with their eagerly awaited new film No Country for Old Men.
A mixed first day; with a misfire from a master and a pleasant surprise from Eastern Europe.
The London Film Festival returns in fine form and healthier than ever, not bad considering it reaches the grand old age of 50 this year.
The East End Film Festival kicks off this week, a festival dedicated to promoting the very best of UK hot young film talent with an Eastern flavour.
Get all the low-down from the 30th Hong Kong International Film Festival, find out about Zatoichi star Tadanobu Asano metamorphosis into Genghis Kahn and Johnny To's anticipated sequel Election 2.
Sundance is one of the essential festivals on the film calendar, kicking off the New Year in style with a whole host of exciting new films. Catch up on all the hottest future films here.
The London Film festival returns for its 49th year, bigger and brighter then ever. Catch up on all the news, reviews and the must-see movies of the future.
This year's Venice Film Festival proved as glamorous and successful as ever, with star turns from the likes of George Clooney, Sienna Miller, Kate Winslet and Ang Lee.
Toronto International Film Festival is in the major league of festivals, with many prominent films premiering here in time for the Oscar run-up � this year�s festival looks likely to continue its reputation of being one of the big-hitters.
Firecracker Magazine presents the Firecracker Showcase 2005: London's East Asian film festival. 40 films � many of them UK Premieres � from all over East Asia in four venues over eleven days.
Get the low-down on one of the oldest international film festivals in our essential guide and discover some of the MUST see movies of this year.
You may not have heard of the Rushes Soho Short Film Festival just yet, but returning for its seventh year, its one to look out for. From its original conception in 1998 in the cafes of the London district of Soho, it's now gone cross-country.
Celebrating its 25th birthday this year, Cambridge Film Festival might not be as recognisable as the London or Edinburgh Film Festivals, but its trying its damned hardest. Take a look at some of the highlights.
All the glitz and glamour from the film festival. Pretend you know all about Cannes in our bluffers guide, create your own virtual film festival, get all the back stage gossip from some of the hottest parties and check out what all the critics are saying in our essential critics poll.
Entering its 55th year and with over 350 films Berlin is one of the 'A list' European Film Festivals. And with the films in the main competition all vying for the prestigious Golden Bear its got all the excitement of Cannes.
While it may not posses the glamour of some of the European festivals [Warm coats and ski boots advised] Sundance is veritable hot-pot of new film talent, with the likes of Reservoir Dogs and Donnie Darko achieving success off the back of the festival.
A juggernaut of a film festival. With its clever positioning in the international calendar, London is able to scoop up all the best stuff from the global film circuit and unleash it on moviegoers for a fully-loaded 16 days.
Entering its 29th year, Toronto has become Hollywood's favourite launching pad for the autumn season, with many of the bigger international movies that premiered in Cannes showing for the first time in North America here.
Edinburgh is the festival city; with the fringe going on and the international arts festival you'd think the film festival would be pushed to the periphery � not a chance. Edinburgh packs a punch with its huge selection of films.
Catch up on all the glamour and gossip from Cannes this year, and discover which films rise above the rest, all competing for the prestigious Palme d'or.
Vancouver is such a popular movie location that some call it 'Hollywood North', yet perhaps as a reaction to that very fact Vancouver International Film Festival snubs Hollywood movies entirely preferring a more global programme.
Venice is a bustle of premieres, screenings and general chaos; find out what annoyed Al Pacino so much he walked out of his own screening in our Venice round-up.
There's no business like snow business. Whistler maybe younger then all the other festivals � it is celebrating its 4th birthday this year, but with its youthful energy it is one to watch.