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'Goosebumps': Review

By Tim Grierson, Senior US Critic

Dir: Rob Letterman. US. 2015. 103mins



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Former A-Film exec reveals struggles at Benelux distributor

6-Oct-2015 | By

In an outspoken interview, Erik Engelen, former director of acquisitions at Benelux distribution outfit A-Film (and still a consultant there), has given his views on what has brought one of the region’s most respected independent companies to its knees.

Richard Cook

Talent agent Richard Cook calls for film fund/festival rethink

6-Oct-2015 | By

Leading European talent agent Richard Cook has called for a radical re-thinking of both the European film festival system and of public funding bodies like Eurimages and MEDIA.

Ellie Kendrick

Game of Thrones' Ellie Kendrick leads 'The Levelling'

5-Oct-2015 | By Andreas Wiseman

EXCLUSIVE: Hope Dickson Leach writes and directs Somerset floods film now underway.

Jenna Coleman

ITV drama 'Victoria' first to shoot at Yorkshire Studios

5-Oct-2015 | By Andreas Wiseman

EXCLUSIVE: Repurposed RAF site to host Mammoth Screen production starring Jenna Coleman.

The Martian

'The Martian' tops UK chart with $9.9m

5-Oct-2015 | By Ian Sandwell

Fox’s sci-fi adaptation posts best-ever UK bow for Ridley Scott; StudioCanal’s Legend becomes distributor’s third biggest release.

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Mipcom: Screen Media acquires ‘Cold Deck’

5-Oct-2015 | By John Hazelton

EXCLUSIVE: The thriller will be sold at Mipcom this week.


Elad Keidan's 'Afterthought' wins at Haifa Film Festival

5-Oct-2015 | By Edna Fainaru

Other winners include Venice title Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me and documentary Rabin In His Own Words.

The Journey

First look at Timothy Spall as Ian Paisley, Colm Meaney as Martin McGuinness

5-Oct-2015 | By Michael Rosser

IM Global’s The Journey begins production in Belfast.

The Last Panthers

Mipcom: deals inked in Cannes despite flooding

5-Oct-2015 | By Tom Grater

Round-up of key television deals struck at Mipcom.

NEW Huace deal

China's Huace, Korea's NEW launch joint venture

5-Oct-2015 | By

Korea’s Next Entertainment World (NEW) and China’s Huace have launched a Beijing-based joint venture and announced their first projects.

Iceland’s 'Rams' wins at Zurich

4-Oct-2015 | By Michael Rosser

Mexico’s Kings of Nowhere wins doc prize; Thank You For Bombing wins Switzerland, Germany, Austria award.

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'Couple In A Hole', '45 Years' triumph at Dinard

4-Oct-2015 | By Tom Grater

Hanif Kureishi also collects honorary award.


Singapore’s Viddsee raises $2.3m

4-Oct-2015 | By

Singapore-based short film platform Viddsee has raised $2.3m in its latest funding round with Japan’s CyberAgent Ventures (CAV) as lead investor.

Lee Min Ho

Hong Kong’s Fame Universal revs up 'F-Team'

4-Oct-2015 | By

Hong Kong-based Fame Universal Entertainment is producing a feature adaptation of top-rating Chinese reality TV show F-Team, starring Korean actor Lee Min Ho.

The Martian

'The Martian' blasts to top of international box office with $45m

4-Oct-2015 | By John Hazelton

The Martian blasted into the international marketplace this weekend, grossing an estimated $45.2m and topping local charts in 20 of its 49 markets, according to distributor 20th Century Fox International.

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Eurocinema to expand global VOD reach

4-Oct-2015 | By John Hazelton

The company will launch Eurocinema World, a live channel and SVOD service.

The Martian

'The Martian' rockets to top of North American box office on $55m

4-Oct-2015 | By John Hazelton

Fox’s The Martian shot straight to the top of the North American box office chart this weekend, opening with an estimated gross of $55m from 3,831 theatres.

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Kim Dong-ho to head APSA international jury

4-Oct-2015 | By

BIFF co-founder and honorary director Kim Dong-ho has been appointed as president of the international jury for this year’s Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA).



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Call For Submissions: Screen's AFM 2015 Product Guide

Screen International presents our 2015 AFM Product Guide.


David Puttnam

UK film distribution "worth $1.8bn"

The Film Distributors Association has today released a report quantifying the value of film distribution in the UK.



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DIGITAL EDITION: Stars of Tomorrow 2015

SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Browse this year’s selection of the hottest upcoming actors and filmmakers…

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Zurich 2015: Screen's dailies

Read Screen International’s daily magazines from the 11th Zurich Film Festival here.

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Paul Webster and Joe Wright

Joe Wright and Paul Webster talk 'Pan'


Director Joe Wright and producer Paul Webster talk to NFTS about their vision for ‘Pan’ and making a tentpole movie with Warner Bros.


'Gold': First-look image

2-Oct-2015 | By

Soaking wet, grizzled Matthew McConaughey and Edgar Ramirez are hatching a crazy plot in the jungle – what’s not to like?

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Dinard British Film Festival gets underway

2-Oct-2015 | By Tom Grater

The 26th edition launched last night with guests including Natalie Dormer and Hanif Kureishi.


Joe Menendez

Joe Menendez, 'Ladrones'

A film about opportunity seems fitting for director Joe Menendez and writer Jon Molerio, who have finally collaborated on their first project 16 years after a fateful encounter.

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Mipcom: On demand in demand

SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: On demand in demand; The impact of Netflix in Australia; Asia’s VOD players.

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Barry Keoghan, Stars of Tomorrow 2015

ACTOR: 22-year-old Dubliner Barry Keoghan has an unmistakable intensity, whether it be seen on TV’s Love/Hate, briefly glimpsed in the feature ’71 (he also has a small role in Trespass Against Us), or bigger turns in indies Norfolk and Rebecca Daly’s upcoming Mammal, in which he takes the lead opposite Rachel Griffiths (“It was a challenging part, to be honest,” he says).

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Adelayo Adedayo, Stars of Tomorrow 2015

ACTOR: Having made her mark on the small screen, 25-year-old Adelayo Adedayo would like to break through on film.

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Nicholas Galitzine, Stars of Tomorrow 2015

ACTOR: As a child, Nicholas Galitzine had his heart set on a professional rugby career. He was in the top-league Harlequins Academy when an injury led to him “falling a little bit out of love with rugby. It was tough because, when I lost that, I lost my escape from mundane school life. That’s why I turned to drama and music.”

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Bebe Cave, Stars of Tomorrow 2015

ACTOR: Matteo Garrone’s medieval fairytale extravaganza Tale Of Tales held many surprises when it premiered at Cannes in May. One of them was London schoolgirl Bebe Cave, previously unknown and cast by Jina Jay in a role that escalated to take over the film’s final section.


Clare Binns to receive exhibition honour at Screen Awards

The Screen Awards set to take place in London next month.

Screen Awards

Screen Awards 2015 shortlist revealed

Fox/Fox Searchlight, Universal and Metrodome lead the nominations; Amy Winehouse documentary is the most nominated film.