Team will be based in London and Burbank, and follows an expanded partnership between the studio and J.K. Rowling.
The Motovun honoree talks about the inspirations for Cannes award winner Leviathan.
Into the Wild star joins the directorial debut of Submarine star Craig Roberts.
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In the same way they say dogs can look like their owners, film festivals can take on the temperament of their artistic director.
First trailer for Horns shows Daniel Radcliffe going through hell.
Like Katniss sending forth a steely arrow, Lionsgate has let fly its first trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1.
In Motovun, the famed performance artist talks about his new documentary Project Cancer directed by Damjan Kozole.
Nuno Bernardo’s book is his follow-up to the 2011 publication The Producers Guide To Transmedia.
Cue haunting folk song overlay and solemn skyward glances — it’s time for the first trailer to Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies.
Ian Sandwell talks to the American director about his first film in over a decade, The Harvest.
Venice Film Festival artistic director Alberto Barbera discusses the strong French and Italian presence in this year’s line-up, how festivals should be places of research and discovery and the ones that got away.
The French director of La Femme Nikita and Leon: The Professional returns with a new super-female – and in this case it’s no exaggeration. Plus he tells Jeremy Kay why the first meeting with Scarlett Johansson was like two dogs sniffing each other’s butts.
An improved film rebate and renowned water facilities make Malta a big draw. Melanie Goodfellow reports.
Rebecca Cremona’s Simshar — Malta’s first fully fledged home-grown feature — marks a turning point for the indigenous film-making community. Melanie Goodfellow reports.
Digital Domain’s Kelly Port tells Elbert Wyche how he created technical processes to produce the stellar effects for Disney’s fantasy blockbuster Maleficent.
LipSync Post celebrates its 30th anniversary this year and has invested in more than 50 feature films. Wendy Mitchell talks to financial director Norman Merry about the company’s flexibility and the diversity of its work.
Schedule 2, which recently celebrated its 10th anniversary and opened a New York outpost, makes sure films are seen at their very best. Michael Rosser meets Rebecca Hawkes, chief of the ‘technical police’.
IMAX is set for a huge summer, continuing its global expansion. Wendy Mitchell talks to company executives Andrew Cripps and Greg Foster.
A better 3D experience and cheaper running costs bode well for laser projection’s success, but are its benefits enough to encourage mainstream theatres to make the investment? John Hazelton reports.
With the dust barely settled on digital switchover, exhibitors have begun investing in new audio technology to further differentiate their offer from home cinema. Adrian Pennington reports
Industry experts gathered at a Creative England, British Council and Screen International roundtable in Cannes to discuss ways to support new film-making talent. Andreas Wiseman recaps the key discussion points.
Japan’s Takashi Miike returns to his action roots with a suitably off the wall gangster-vampire story, Yakuza Apocalypse. Jason Gray visits the set.
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The Purge: Anarchy generated strong buzz ahead of this weekend’s release but Dawn of the Planet of the Apes remains king of the swingers.