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# Cannes

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Michael Haneke awarded Palme d'Or in Cannes
The Austrian director won his second such award for his stark film about love and death, Amour. Who were the other big winners?
Where are all the women? Cannes opens amidst sexism claims
Plus, all the styles from last night’s opening screening.
17 Irish titles head for Cannes Film Festival
Movers and shakers of the Irish film scene are off to Cannes to promote Ireland’s movie-making talents.
G20 leaders unveil plans, pledge to reinvigorate economic growth
The group have published their final communiqué, which includes their decisions on climate change, energy markets, fossil fuels – and not allowing a return to ‘pre-crisis behaviours in the financial sector’.
Here's what G20 leaders are discussing to tackle the crisis
With the eurozone in turmoil, world leaders are looking for solutions. This is what’s on the table…
Greece's Euro membership now on the line, say France and Germany
Merkel and Sarkozy have told Greece it must decide whether it wants to continue as part of the Eurozone.
Lars Von Trier facing charges over Hitler rant
The controversial film-maker sparked uproar after telling an audience he “sympathised with Hitler a little bit”.
'Tree of Life' takes Palme d'Or at Cannes
A film about 1950s life in Waco, Texas takes the top prize for 2011, as Jean Dujardin and Kirsten Dunst take top acting awards.
Controversial movie director Lars von Trier banned from Cannes over Hitler comments
The Danish director said he thought he understood “the man” and “sympathises with him a little bit”.
Saoirse Ronan gets teeth into vampire role as Cannes investors go Irish
Teen star will play a bloodsucker in new Neil Jordan flick, it was announced at the Cannes Film Festival – where Irish-backed films have been selling well.
We need to talk about childbirth - it's murder, says Tilda Swinton
Star of We Need To Talk About Kevin stokes controversy by claiming childbirth is “violent” and “murderous”.
Potentially embarrassing Sarkozy biopic to premier at Cannes
Famous French film festival will be first place in the world to screen film depicting president’s election success and the end of his second marriage.