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'Departure': Review

By Charles Gant

Dir. Andrew Steggall. UK-France, 2015, 109 minutes



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Imagine, All Nippon, Bandai team for 'Tiger & Bunny'

9-Oct-2015 | By John Hazelton

The Hollywood and Japanese producers are joining forces on a live action, English-language version of the hit anime TV series.

Lionsgate in China SVOD deal

9-Oct-2015 | By John Hazelton

The US mini-major has signed an SVOD and TVOD deal with iQIYI covering the latest Hunger Games and Divergent installments.

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IDFA unveils 2015 competition titles

9-Oct-2015 | By Michael Rosser

George Gittoes’s Snow Monkey (pictured) and Nick Read’s Bolshoi Babylon among the 15 titles in competition.

'Shameless,' 'Assassin' for Asian World festival

9-Oct-2015 | By John Hazelton

EXCLUSIVE: The new Los Angeles festival will open with South Korea’s The Shameless and close with Taiwan’s foreign language Oscar submission The Assassin.

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Davis, Schulman set for LA Women in Entertainment summit

9-Oct-2015 | By John Hazelton

Topics including human rights and empowering the next generation of creative women will be covered at the event, taking place during the AFM.


Warner's 'Pan' to sail into 52 territories

9-Oct-2015 | By John Hazelton

The latest cinematic version of the Peter Pan story swings into 52 international markets this weekend at the same time as it launches in the US.

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Inarritu team booked for Produced By: New York

9-Oct-2015 | By John Hazelton

The director and producers of The Revenant will join Tina Fey, Darren Star and Christine Vachon in the event’s speaker line-up.

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Green Day doc set for worldwide release

9-Oct-2015 | By John Hazelton

Heart Like a Hand Grenade, about the making of the punk group’s American Idiot album, is to be distributed by a trio of companies.

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Germany calls for cultural diversity guarantee in TTIP talks

9-Oct-2015 | By

The German government has issued a clear call for guarantees of diversity in the areas of culture and media in the ongoing TTIP free trade negotiations between the European Union (EU) and the US.

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‘The Martian’ rockets to top of buzz chart

9-Oct-2015 | By Michael Rosser

Suffragette ranks a close second.

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John Williams first composer to receive AFI Life honour

9-Oct-2015 | By John Hazelton

Composer behind Star Wars, Jaws and E.T. to receive the award next June.

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British Urban Film Festival appoints Deacon, Ali, Fontaine

9-Oct-2015 | By Tom Grater

The trio join the board of the festival, which aims to increase the heritage of British diversity.


Magnet takes the world on 'Synchronicity'

8-Oct-2015 | By John Hazelton

EXCLUSIVE: Sales on sci-fi thriller to begin at the AFM.

Oscars: 81 titles confirmed for Best Foreign-Language Film

8-Oct-2015 | By John Hazelton

Films from 81 countries have been subitted for this year’s Best Foreign Language Film Oscar.

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Geena Davis: Gender parity on screen can be changed overnight

8-Oct-2015 | By Wendy Mitchell

At the rate of recent growth, it will take 700 years for women’s representation in the media to reach gender equality. That’s not good enough for Geena Davis, the Oscar-winning American actress and founder of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media.

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US producer Green-Light launches international sales arm

8-Oct-2015 | By John Hazelton

Christian de Gallegos will head the new division, which will debut at the AFM with a slate including Imperium, Custody and Antibirth.

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Protests and Chantal Akerman tribute kick off BFI London Film Festival

8-Oct-2015 | By Michael Rosser

Feminist protesters jumped the barriers at the premiere of Suffragette.


The Orchard picks up 'Southbound' for North America

8-Oct-2015 | By John Hazelton

Horror anthology from the creators of V/H/S debuted at Toronto.



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Call For Submissions: Screen's AFM 2015 Product Guide

Screen International presents our 2015 AFM Product Guide.


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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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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.


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Lord Puttnam predicts "significant mergers" of European distributors

SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Veteran producer talks to Screen about the proposed digital single market and consolidation of European distributors

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'Suffragette' director Sarah Gavron on women behind the camera

SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Sarah Gavron on her BFI London Film Festival opener Suffragette and the challenges of being a female film-maker.

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Ben Wheatley talks building 'High-Rise'

SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Ben Wheatley had his biggest budget to date to create the dystopian setting portrayed in JG Ballard’s novel High-Rise. Michael Rosser speaks to the UK film-maker about his vision for the story’s funky world

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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.

Busan: Larry Yang talks 'Mountain Cry'

Larry Yang, director of Busan closing film Mountain Cry, explains how he adapted a rural Chinese story set in the 1980s for contemporary audiences in China and overseas.

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German director Margarethe von Trotta reflects on career

SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: In Reykjavik to collect a lifetime achievement award, Margarethe von Trotta reflects on an illustrious career with ScreenDaily.


Clare Binns to receive exhibition honour at Screen Awards

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

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Screen Awards 2015 shortlist revealed

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