Can Hollywood Make Art? Not So You’d Notice At Film Fests

There is a disturbing trend at film festivals such as Cannes, writes Kenneth Turan. Hollywood movies, even first-rate films get discounted just because they’re the product of Hollywood. “Films produced in the maw of the studio system couldn’t possibly be art, and even if they were, they surely didn’t require the kind of help or recognition a major film festival award can provide.” Is this really fair?