The 16th edition of genre film festival unveils full line-up.
After making two high profile movies set during the Hitler years, Downfall director Oliver Hirschbiegel is hatching plans for a new film that will unfold during the First World War.
EXCLUSIVE: Plans by the European Commission (EC) to create a level playing field between high and low production capacity countries in its Creative Europe MEDIA sub-programme have come increasingly under fire from film distributors in the larger EU Member States.
New images also released of the feature centred on the first person to successfully swim the English Channel.
Marks directorial debut for Danish screenwriter behind A Royal Affair and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
Colin Rothbart’s documentary explores east London’s alternative drag scene.
Kosovar film to play in competition at Karlovy Vary.
Feature debuted at Sundance Film Festival.
Two senior appointments made at London-based studios.
Audio facility recently worked on Richard Ayoade’s The Double.
EXCLUSIVE: Former FremantleMedia executive Solomon Nwabueze to spearhead commercial push.
New films from South Korean and Polish directors to play in international competition.
The RLJ Entertainment brand has acquired first-time filmmaker Daniel Robbins’ genre tale.
New report reveals the growing sector was worth nearly $300m in 2014.
Titles in the Feature and Documentary Film competitions unveiled.
The genre theatrical imprint of Shout! Factory will open the film in select cinemas across top US markets and on VOD on September 4.
EXCLUSIVE: The trial of the detained Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov is expected “not before the end of July”, according to his cousin Natalja Kaplan.
The Walt Disney Company hierarchy has named Christine McCarthy senior executive vice-president and Chief Financial Officer and Kevin Mayer senior executive vice president and Chief Strategy Officer, effective immediately.
Creator of iconic French TV programmes such as Les Guignols de l’Info loses battle with cancer.
Industry veteran Alex Barder and his partner Russell Naftal at Burbank-based entertainment company Beast Media Group are lining up a virtual reality game based on the horror franchise.
Independent artists Kris Bowers, Germaine Franco, Danielle Eva Schwob and Jeremy Turner are among the select few for this summer’s Music and Sound Design Labs held at Skywalker Ranch in northern California.
Annual results show revenue increased by more than £10m year-on-year.
Now that summer is here, thoughts (well, mine anyway) turn to holidays and multiplexes being dominated by Hollywood’s latest salvo of tentpoles, sequels and tentpole sequels.
Sylvester Stallone reprises role as Rocky in the Ryan Coogler-directed sequel.
STX Entertainment has dropped the first trailer for the thriller starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Nicole Kidman and Julia Roberts. “Dropped” as in “posted”, not “dumped”. Things are off to a good start.
Secret Cinema’s latest event was supposed to be a sonic tribute to the mellifluous Amy Winehouse…technology had other ideas.
Directing Scottish Mussel was a lesson in figuring out what to fight for and when to concede that it’s time to chop off a leg, says Talulah Riley ahead of the film’s world premiere at the Edinbugh International Film Festival.
The actor plays both Ronald and Reginald Kray in Brian Helgeland’s upcoming biopic.
BBC strategy, TV consolidation and the boom in digital talent were among the hot topics at this year’s Creative Week conference in London. Andreas Wiseman reports.
Screen spoke to Scott Graham about Edinburgh world premiere Iona and how Bruce Springsteen has inspired his next film.
The urgent need to invest in and develop talent sits at the forefront of Creative Skillset’s ambitions for the future growth of the film and TV sectors.
Luc Besson’s EuropaCorp is gearing up to make serious headway in the US with the launch of RED. Melanie Goodfellow reports on the company’s game-changing developments.
Seville International, the boutique sales arm of eOne, consolidated its growing reputation in Cannes as a home for visionary film-makers. Jeremy Kay reports.
As the Czech film festival celebrates its 50th anniversary, artistic director Karel Och talks Michael Rosser through Karlovy Vary’s sometimes rocky history, and this year’s ‘daring’ line-up.
While Hollywood continues to dominate animation globally, European distributors and producers are increasingly looking to grab a slice of the pie. Geoffrey Macnab looks at the state of play.
With Avengers: Age Of Ultron tearing up the box office and Star Wars: The Force Awakens on its hard drives, ILM London is looming large on the UK VFX scene. Michael Rosser speaks to head Ben Morris
As CineEurope (June 22-25) enters its fourth year in Barcelona, Nikki Baughan looks at the evolution of Europe’s largest exhibition and distribution showcase.
With cutting-edge premium cinema systems being pushed into the global marketplace, are mainstream exhibitors ready to make the technological and financial leap to adopt them? John Hazelton reports.
With its global expansion strategy in full flow and a raft of blockbusters to fill its screens, the picture continues to look rosy for IMAX. CEO Richard Gelfond and EMEA president Andrew Cripps sit down with Matt Mueller.
Studios and VFX facilities are experimenting with animated and live-action virtual reality in anticipation of a new consumer mass market. Adrian Pennington reports.
Data analytics helped Netflix brew up its hit show House Of Cards, but as a useful industry tool it’s still in its infancy. Nikki Baughan explores the potential of data for other broadcasters, exhibitors and studios.
An array of new presentation options are emerging as digital cinema reaches market saturation. But cost, complexity and legacy projection equipment remain significant issues, reports Adrian Penningon.
Cameron Bailey and Piers Handling spoke to Screen in between screenings in London.