Today on indieWIRE, we spoke with French star Ludivine Sagnier about her thriller 'Love Crime,' we told you the 10 things that this fall's upcoming festivals can tell us about award season, and much more.

  • INTERVIEW: Ludivine Sagnier on Impersonating the Late Alain Corneau in "'Love Crime': In the late Alain Corneau's final film, 'Love Crime,' French star Ludivine Sagnier plays a driven ingenue at a multinational who engages in a deadly battle with her ruthless mentor, played by Kristen Scott Thomas. Think of it as a Gallic mash-up of 'Working Girl' and 'Fatal Attraction,' with a twist to rival the best potboilers.

    • Watch: See Cannes Breakout Stephanie Sigman in 'Miss Bala' Trailer: One of indieWIRE's top picks out of the Cannes Film Festival was 'Miss Bala,' a Mexican thriller that features a breakout performance from newcomer Stephanie Sigman. Get a taste for what all the fuss is about by checking out the new trailer for the film, courtesy of 20th Century Fox, who release the film on Oct. 14 in New York.

    • 2012 Oscar Predictions: The 2011-12 awards season is slowly falling upon us and indieWIRE will be updating a chart of predictions for the 84th Academy Award nominations on a regular basis between now and late January, when the nominations are announced. Each week a chart update will be supplemented by a weekly awards-related column, which will often work to provide context for the list.

    • With More Mainstream Acceptance, Is Queer Cinema in Trouble?: Anthony Kaufman wonders whether the lack of political urgency among today's filmmakers living in the age of Obama, rather than the infuriating Reagan-Bush 1980s, has hindered the boldness and fury that has often driven strong cinema. Read his ReelPolitik.
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