James Franco's adaptation of William Faulkner's novel is perhaps not entirely successful, but it's a brave and interesting attempt to pull off a film with a high degree of difficulty, writes Peter Bradshaw
All the news, reviews, comment and buzz from the Croisette on day six of the Cannes film festival
Rhys Ifans in talks to star in art world-funded version of Jake Chapman's 2008 novel, written and directed by the artist brothers
Charles Arthur: Setting up her own Tumblr, dropping Google+ from her Twitter profile, rolling with the zeitgeist - the chief executive of Yahoo has got internet style to burn
With heavy financial support from Beijing, trilingual Man of Tai Chi aims to pack big punch at eastern and western box offices
CBI head and UK's largest employers descend on Downing Street amid claims tax row has been used as 'political football'
Web pioneer reveals details of acquisition of blogging platform, as site's 26-year-old founder tells staff: 'Fuck yeah'. By Charles Arthur and Josh Halliday
Star of War Horse and Thor will play opposite Mark Gatiss in Shakespeare tragedy, which he calls 'play for our time'
David Cox: Without superheroes or aliens, the F&F franchise has made speed, laced with rage, one of cinema's most beloved intoxicants
Spokesman refuses to be drawn on whether Cameron will question Schmidt, who is attending a meeting of PM's business advisory committee
The US gossip website Gawker is attempting to raise $200,000 in donations to buy a video alleged to show mayor of Toronto, Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine
Menschn co-founder says 'six months of turmoil' have ended after arrest on suspicion of viewing indecent images of children
Sarah Silverman and Owen Wilson kicked off YouTube's seven-day comedy extravaganza – and David Brent is displaying his guitar skills. We're aiming to cover the lot
Spaniard will play Mario Sepúlveda, public face of the 33 men involved in 2010 mining accident, in Patricia Riggen's new film
Self-taught coder who set up Tumblr in his mother's New York apartment could be the newest rich kid on the internet block. By Josh Halliday