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Blade Runner 2049

Comic-Con: 'Blade Runner 2049' footage wows Hall H Video

22-Jul-2017 | By

‘I didn’t want somebody else to fuck this up,’ director Denis Villeneuve tells Hall H.

Stranger Things

Comic-Con: 'Barb' crashes 'Stranger Things' panel Video

22-Jul-2017 | By

Hall H crowd sees first Season 2 trailer ahead of Halloween season premiere.

Ready Player One

Comic-Con: Steven Spielberg shows 'Ready Player One' footage Video

22-Jul-2017 | By

Warner Bros to release sci-fi mash-up adaptation on March 30, 2018.

The Defenders

Comic-Con: Netflix screens first episode of Marvel's 'The Defenders' Video

22-Jul-2017 | By

Iron First renewed for second season; The Punisher trailer revealed.


Comic-Con: 'Westworld' panel brings Season 2 tease Video

22-Jul-2017 | By

HBO sci-fi has blood on its mind as robots rebel in second season.

The Endless

'The Endless' wins top prize at BIFAN festival

21-Jul-2017 | By

Sci-fi by Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson debuted at Tribeca Film Festival.

Game Of Thrones

Comic-Con: 'Game Of Thrones' panel teases Daenerys, Melisandre alliance Video

21-Jul-2017 | By

Cast of HBO fantasy series reflect on characters, say how they would rule.

Twin Peaks

Comic-Con: 'Twin Peaks' cast in David Lynch love-in

21-Jul-2017 | By

Kyle MacLachlan, cast, wax lyrical about show co-creator.


Latido, 'Rara' director Pepa San Martín line up 'La Felicidad'

21-Jul-2017 | By Elisabet Cabeza

EXCLUSIVE: Chilean drama to follow well-received Berlin and San Sebastian title Rara.

Sam Esmail

'Mr. Robot' creator Sam Esmail to direct Bermuda Triangle film

21-Jul-2017 | By

Project details nowhere to be found.


Dunkirk 2

'Dunkirk': Review

By Fionnuala Halligan, Chief Film Critic

Christopher Nolan’s first film to be anchored in real events is a soaring war epic which impresses on every level


Jerusalem's shorts competition: a 'gateway' for Israeli filmmakers

19-Jul-2017 | By

Tom Grater talks to Ariel Richter, the festival’s new director of Israeli competitions and industry days.

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How to navigate the defamation minefield of movie biopics

24-Jun-2017 | By Emma Teichmann

Lee & Thompson associate solicitor Emma Teichmann reveals how filmmakers can avoid falling into a libel trap.



JFF Day 5

Jerusalem 2017: Screen's dailies

Read Screen International’s daily magazine from the 34th Jerusalem Film Festival here.

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Fantasia 2017: Ted Geoghegan on survival thriller 'Mohawk'

Screen talks to director of We Are Still Here about his follow-up feature.

BFI films

BFI's Ben Roberts hails a creative boom in low-budget British films

British debuts Lady Macbeth, God’s Own Country and I Am Not A Witch are all playing currently at Jerusalem Film Festival.

Jerusalem's shorts competition: a 'gateway' for Israeli filmmakers

Tom Grater talks to Ariel Richter, the festival’s new director of Israeli competitions and industry days.


What the West can learn from the surprise success of 'Dangal' in China

Aamir Khan’s Indian wrestling drama became a cultural phenomenon in China this year, but why?


Fantasia 2017: Barbara Crampton on 'Replace' and FrightFest 'New Blood' scheme

Horror icon talks to Screen about her career resurgence and latest film, body horror Replace.

Holy Air

The story behind Israeli debut 'Holy Air'

Actor-filmmaker Shady Srour on his debut feature, which premiered in Tribeca and plays in Jerusalem this week.


Dunkirk 3

'Dunkirk' early international haul grows to $8.6m

21-Jul-2017 | By

JULY 21 UPDATE: Christopher Nolan’s Second World War drama opens in South Korea on $1.6m.