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The Longest Week

The Longest Week

By Mark Adams, chief film critic

Dir/scr: Peter Glanz. US. 2014. 86mins

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Wim Wenders

Berlin to honour Wim Wenders

By Michael Rosser

Ten films from the Wings of Desire director to be shown as part of a homage at the next Berlinale.

A Walk Among the Tombstones

Liam Neeson heading to Zurich

By Michael Rosser

Taken star to present new thriller A Walk Among the Tombstones.

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SARAJEVO FILM FESTIVAL (August 15-23)

Mirsad Purivatra, Sarajevo Film Festival

As the 20th edition gets underway, Sarajevo’s festival director talks to Screen about the birth of the festival during wartime and how it is looking beyond its borders for the future.

Gael Garcia Bernal

Gael Garcia Bernal: ‘I never thought I’d be a film actor’

The Mexican actor, producer and director discussed fun, friends and his future at the Sarajevo Film Festival.

Gael Garcia Bernal arrives in Sarajevo

Sarajevo 2014: opening day

PICTURE GALLERY: Gael Garcia Bernal and Mike Leigh arrive at the 20th Sarajevo Film Festival while Honorary Hearts of Sarajevo awards handed out at opening films.

Sarajevo audience

Sarajevo: Audience behaviour

The ground-breaking Reaching The Audience survey is one of the biggest of its kind ever undertaken and offers a unique insight into the cinema-going habits of European society. This is an executive summary from the report by Attentional, Headway International and Harris Interactive.

Sarajevo

Sarajevo: The viewers' discretion

A far-reaching study, to be discussed for the first time in detail at the Regional Forum, reveals the eclectic viewing habits of Europeans. Geoffrey Macnab talks to experts about its findings.

Film education

Sarajevo: Film education in Europe

The creation of a pan-European film education policy can bring civic and economic benefits that will strengthen the film industry and, crucially, form the next generation of audiences, says writer Xavier Lardoux, deputy director of Unifrance, in this executive summary from the report ‘For A European Film Education Policy’.

Operation Kino's Punk Cinema

Sarajevo: The youth movement

A pan-Europe film education policy would help to develop future audiences and invigorate the region’s film industries. Geoffrey Macnab reports 

The Lobster

Sarajevo: Beyond Europe

The Regional Forum will explore how European film-makers can forge international relationships and open up new markets to build on existing co-production partnerships. By Geoffrey Macnab.

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DIGITAL EDITIONS

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Sarajevo 2014: State of the Region digital edition

Download the digital edition of our Sarajevo Regional Forum and Creative Europe Media Conference supplement.

INTERVIEWS

All This Mayhem

Eddie Martin, All this Mayhem Video

How did two pro skateboarding brothers descend into drugs, detention and death? Screen spoke to Eddie Martin, director of documentary All This Mayhem, to find out.

John McNaughton

John McNaughton, The Harvest

Ian Sandwell talks to the American director about his first film in over a decade, The Harvest.

Agnes Havas

Agnes Havas, Hungarian Film Fund

With Hungary having a huge presence at the 2014 Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Laurence Boyce talked to the CEO of the Hungarian Film Fund to find out about the current outlook for the country’s industry.


Taiwan piracy research launch

Films pirated by 73% of Taiwanese

21-Aug-2014 | By

A study from research consultancy Sycamore Research and Marketing has found that 73% of Taiwanese netizens admit they pirate movies and music, although 81% agree that piracy is wrong.

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How To Train Your Dragon 2

Dragon 2 flies at China box office

19-Aug-2014 | By

CHINA BOX OFFICE: DreamWorks Animation’s How To Train Your Dragon 2 topped the Chinese box office for the week August 11-17, grossing $26.32m over a four-day weekend, while Pompeii opened in third position with $6.68m over three days.

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