Warner Bros’ 300 sequel beat off the competition from DreamWorks Animation’s Mr. Peabody & Sherman, while Fox Searchlight capitalised on 12 Years A Slave’s Oscar glory and scored a massive limited debut on The Grand Budapest Hotel.
The studio has picked up North American rights at SXSW to Eduard Sanchez’s Bigfoot film, which International Film Trust handles for international sales.
Robert Pattinson and Dane DeHaan star in Anton Corbijn’s James Dean biopic.
First look at the live-action feature based around classic children’s character.
COMMENT: It was an Oscars without many surprises, but that’s not to say that AMPAS voters didn’t make a few bold decisions.
Screen reports from the ninth FrightFest strand at Glasgow Film Festival, including interviews with Zack Parker and Jordan Barker.
Oscar-winning art director visits Glasgow Film Festival for the UK premiere of his restored short Black Angel.
A crack cabal of carnivores is chomping the pomp out of awards season as the race gallops down the final stretch towards the 86th annual Academy Awards on Sunday (March 2).
Explore Screen’s overview of the Spanish film market, the hot films coming out of the country in 2014 and a focus on low-budget filmmakers.
Hollywood hasn’t yet maximised the potential of the Indian market, where 2013 saw some record-breaking Bollywood hits despite a slowdown in box-office growth. Liz Shackleton reports.
Browse the latest edition of Screen International here…
In the run-up to SXSW 2014, head of SXSW film Janet Pierson and head of film media relations and programmer Rebecca Feferman sat down with Screen to talk about international cinema, the golden years of TV and Jurgen Klinsmann.
A more appropriate title would be hard to find as Warner Bros’ 300: Rise Of An Empire dominated global box office on an estimated $132.9m and pulled off an $87.8m international launch on 14,478 screens in 58 markets.