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'Barrage', starring Isabelle Huppert and daughter Lolita, finds sales home

19-Jan-2017 | By Melanie Goodfellow

EXCLUSIVE: Family drama unites Golden Globe winner Huppert with daughter Lolita Chammah on the big screen.

Park City Main Street

Sundance: speakers join Women’s March On Main

18-Jan-2017 | By

Mario Bello, Salt Lake City mayor Jackie Biskupski, Aisha Tyler and Mary McCormack will take part in Saturday’s event in Park City.

Adam Brody

Adam Brody, Sophie Nelisse to star in 'The Kid Detective'

18-Jan-2017 | By

Myriad Pictures will commence international sales at the EFM in Berlin next month on Vancouver-based Brightlight Pictures satirical murder mystery.

David Jesteadt

GKIDS promotes David Jesteadt to president

18-Jan-2017 | By

The executive joined GKIDS in 2007 and most recently served as senior vice-president of distribution.

The Crown

Netflix in Q4 subscriber growth surge

18-Jan-2017 | By

Buoyed by a strong response to original content, the digital giant’s fourth quarter boosted international subscribers by 5.12m to 44.37m.

The Emoji Movie

Julia Roberts, Michelle Rodriguez join 'Smurfs: The Lost Village'

18-Jan-2017 | By

Sony Pictures Animation unveiled its slate through 2018 on Wednesday including new voice cast on previously announced features.

The Grateful Dead

Amazon picks up Grateful Dead documentary

18-Jan-2017 | By Tom Grater

Martin Scorsese is an executive producer on the four-hour documentary.

Sgt Pepper

Beatles movie about Sgt Pepper album scores sales deal

18-Jan-2017 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Documentary marks the 50th anniversary of the seminal album.

Julianne Nicholson

Production underway on 'I, Tonya'

18-Jan-2017 | By

Julianne Nicholson has joined the cast alongside Margot Robbie, Sebastian Stan and Allison Janney.

Voyage of Time

Glasgow Film Festival 2017 full lineup unveiled

18-Jan-2017 | By Orlando Parfitt

Festival to host 65 UK Premieres, including Terrence Malick’s Voyage Of Time and Raoul Peck’s I Am Not Your Negro.


'Misfits' director among seven to present new TV dramas in Berlin

18-Jan-2017 | By Tom Grater

Seven high-end European and US drama series will participate in the 2017 edition of the EFM’s TV co-pro event.

HAF Hong Kong Asia Film Financing Forum

Hong Kong-Asia Film Financing Forum selects 25 projects for 2017

18-Jan-2017 | By Silvia Wong

This year’s event features an unprecedented increase in women directors and a new work-in-progress lab.


The Bye Bye Man

'The Bye Bye Man': Review

By Tim Grierson, Senior US Critic

Dir: Stacy Title. US. 2016. 96mins




Call For Submissions: Screen's Berlin EFM 2017 Product Guide

EXTENDED DEADLINE: Screen International presents our 2017 Berlinale/EFM Product Guide


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Browse the digital edition of Screen International here, which includes a preview of potential 2017 festival buzz titles and production focuses on Arrival and Fences.

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La La Land

Baftas 2017 analysis: 'La La Land' soars, diversity debate simmers

10-Jan-2017 | By Andreas Wiseman

Silence and Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk among shutouts; #Baftassowhite a non-starter.




US Daily: 'Mudbound' receives Dolby Family Sound Fellowship

Sundance Institute and the Dolby Institute, along with the Ray and Dagmar Dolby Family Fund, have chosen Dee Rees’ anticipated drama for the 2017 Dolby Family Sound Fellowship.

Rotterdam Film Festival IFFR

Rotterdam 2017 preview: more than a film festival

Art installations, a tech hub and some of the finest indie films of the year. Geoffrey Macnab asks whether there is anywhere better than Rotterdam to kickstart the year.

Dany Boon Raid

French star Dany Boon on his new comedy 'Raid: Special Unit'

Actor-director Dany Boon tells us why he gave the starring role of his action comedy Raid: Special Unit to a woman.


Sundance 2017 profiles: World Cinema Documentary preview

A Syria-filmed courage-under-fire doc is among those playing in Sundance’s World Cinema Documentary competition.


Villeneuve, producers on the making of $50m sci-fi 'Arrival'

How did a hot indie director and a producer of broad Hollywood comedies come together to make the cerebral sci-fi hit Arrival? Director Villeneuve and the film’s lead producers talk to Tom Grater.

Berlin Syndrome

Sundance 2017 profiles: World Cinema Dramatic preview

Our guide to the films in Sundance’s World Cinema Dramatic competition.

Samui Song

7 Asian and Middle Eastern films to tempt festival directors in 2017

Screen profiles some of the hottest projects from Asia, Middle East and North Africa in 2017.



'Passengers' leads Hollywood at international box office on $33m (update)

17-Jan-2017 | By

JANUARY 17 UPDATE: The sci-fi delivered the best result of Hollywood releases this weekend, scoring an estimated $32.5m from 65 markets to reach $147.1m.