EXCLUSIVE: Market is due to screen more than 100 new Russian and foreign films to industry and public.
EXCLUSIVE: Sean Brosnan’s My Father Die among genre trio to secure distribution through FrightFest Presents label.
Belgian financier of films including Third Person and Killing Season filed for protection from its creditors last month.
Syrian war documentary set as opening film; Naomi Kawase and Crystal Moselle shorts selected.
Production to get underway at West Ham’s former Upton Park stadium on August 8.
Filmmaker’s recent works included Factory Girl and Before The Summer Crowds.
One of the final performances from the late star to be seen as part of San Sebastian’s New Directors line-up.
Twentieth Century Fox executives said on Monday they had signed a deal covering 21 countries.
Roald Dahl adaptation scores Steven Spielberg’s third-biggest three-day opening weekend.
San Sebastian to dedicate this year’s edition to late exhibitor and distributor, a champion of independent filmmakers including Lars von Trier, Michael Haneke and Takeshi Kitano.
EXCLUSIVE: Maastricht Concert took more than £1.4m at UK box office over weekend.
The strand will be bookended by Alice Lowe’s Prevenge and Xander Robin’s Are We Not Cats [pictured].
Skiptrace beats Tarzan and records Chan’s biggest opening weekend as Cold War 2 nears $100m.
Ciro Guerra’s drama about indigenous tribes in the Colombian Amazon took home seven awards from eight nominations.
Directors Chanya Button, Adrian Sitaru, Xavier Seron scoop prizes; festival reveals works in progress winners.
Titles this year range from Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai to John Landis’s An American Werewolf In London.
Korean romantic thriller will be released theatrically and online in China.
Indonesian adventure drama is set to premiere at Locarno.
JULY 25 UPDATE: Paramount/Skydance’s sci-fi prospered on a confirmed $59.3m number one debut, while Fox/Blue Sky Studios’ Ice Age: Collision Course looks unlikely to live long following a franchise-low $21m launch.
Another British actor earned his place in convention lore on Saturday as the Oscar-winner and star of the upcoming Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them handed out wands to everybody in Hall H.
Plus: Comic-Con panel talks diversity and VR; Ellen Burtsyn joins The House Of Tomorrow; and more…
Films will soon exist in formats we can’t yet even imagine. Fundamental change will help meet the challenge, writes Framestore CEO and co-founder Sir William Sargent.
COMMENT: Askandar Samad, partner in the Entertainment and Media Industry Group at law firm Reed Smith, considers the driving forces that are luring more UK film producers to TV.
Founding chief executive of Channel 4 discusses potential privatisation and career highlights.
Spanish writer-director’s futuristic spin on the Frankenstein story received its world premiere in Montreal on Saturday [July 23].
Rising Canadian outfit Black Fawn Films discuss their Fantasia world premiere Bed Of The Dead and challenges and opportunities in the genre space today.
In the last few years, Hollywood has learned to play alongside TV in the Comic-Con sandbox. This year, it will have to settle for second best.
“I’d rather face reality than make movies about superheroes,” says the Narcos executive producer, who is currently tackling Brazil’s Petrobas scandal.
Daniel Abma’s Transit Havana is a remarkably honest account of the Cuban transgender community as it follows three protagonists preparing to undergo life-changing surgery.