From Cannes to Tribeca, these top film festivals around the world are where many of the best films get their start.
The French Riviera is the setting for the annual Cannes Film Festival that brings Hollywood heavies to the picturesque waterfront town each year in May.
A broad view of Cannes prior to the annual film festival in France.
A poster of legendary actors (and real-life duo) Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward is unveiled in advance of the 66th Cannes Film Festival in May 2013.
Located in France's Côte D'Azur (French Riviera), the annual Cannes International Film Festival draws Hollywood's elite and in the summer months the same beautiful crowd comes to enjoy the town's picture-perfect beaches and chic resorts.
When not taking in the stars and films, visitors to the Venice Film Festival can navigate the canals courtesy of a gondola ride and take a stroll over the Rialto Bridge.
The Sundance Film Festival is a 10-day event held every January in Park City, UT, showcasing independent movies from all over the world. Named for Robert Redford's character in <i>Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid</i>, the festival has seen Redford play an integral part in building the festival's status over the years.
Snowy Main Street is a hub of activity during the annual Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT.
The crowd buzzes at the Berlinale-Palast for the opening night of the Berlin International Film Festival.
Workers erect the largest outdoor airscreen, which is 39 feet high and 79 feet wide in Asia at the Tamar site during the Hong Kong International Film Festival.
Tribeca, one of downtown Manhattan's hippest neighborhoods, hosts the annual Tribeca Film Festival each year in the spring.
Film lovers line up to hear actor-director Clint Eastwood and <i>Black Swan</i> director Darren Aronofsky at the Tribeca Talks: Directors Series at the April 2013 festival in NYC.
Actors, filmmakers and other industry insiders head to Toronto each fall for the Toronto International Film Festival.
Workers prepare the red carpet area at Roy Thomson Hall for the Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto.