Entertainment Is Cannes ready to adapt to the age of #MeToo?

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The 71st Cannes Film Festival begins Tuesday and finds itself, unlike it has in decades, in tumult.

Selfies have been banned. Netflix has been turned away. And one of the festival's most favoured princes, Harvey Weinstein, has been disgraced. As one the oldest and most prestigious film festivals in the world, Cannes remains the most supreme and heightened realm of movies. But the French Riviera festival has been increasingly challenged by both the era of #MeToo and the age of Netflix.

Harvey Weinstein wearing a suit and tie standing in front of a crowd © Provided by thecanadianpress.com

This year's festival includes three female filmmakers and 18 male directors in competition for the Palme d'Or. Only one female filmmaker has ever won the Palme: Jane Campion, in 1993.

The head of this year's jury, Cate Blanchett, is an outspoken member of the Time's Up movement.

Cannes: Lars Von Trier's "Disgusting," "Torturous" Film Sparks Walkouts .
The director presented his first film at the festival since getting temporarily banned for making Hitler jokes in 2011.The cheers soon turned to groans as several audience members fled for the exits in the middle of von Trier's world premiere of The House that Jack Built, playing out of competition. The film casts Matt Dillon as Jack, a serial killer who views his murders as elaborate works of art.

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