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Jodie Comer

Jodie Comer joins BBC America’s 'Killing Eve'

29-Jun-2017 | By Elbert Wyche

Comer joins previously announced Sandra Oh in female-led drama set to debut in 2018.

Jacques Malaterre

Bosco Entertainment, Tita line up xenophobia satire

28-Jun-2017 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Screenplay written by The Unbearable Lightness Of Being actor Laszlo Szabo.

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Smith Global Media acquires 'Gnome Alone', 'Charming'

28-Jun-2017 | By

Wide theatrical releases planned for 3QU Media family films.

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Apple Music acquires 'BANG! The Bert Berns Story'

28-Jun-2017 | By Elbert Wyche

Platform makes another notable buy after Tribeca opener Clive Davis in April.

Olivia Cooke to star in 'Vanity Fair' adaptation for ITV, Amazon

28-Jun-2017 | By

Mammoth Screen to produce seven-part series.

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'The Beguiled', 'Good Time' set for Jerusalem international competition

28-Jun-2017 | By

Festival selects 12 titles for second edition of competitive strand.

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Abi Morgan's female lawyer series 'The Split' casts up

28-Jun-2017 | By

BBC One, Sundance TV series heading into production.

Dar Salim

Christoffer Boe shooting Danish crime series 'Warrior' with Dar Salim

28-Jun-2017 | By Wendy Mitchell

Other projects backed by June round of Nordisk Film & TV Fond include Liberty created by Asger Leth.

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Film London awarded £1.3m for artists scheme

28-Jun-2017 | By

FLAMIN initiative, including Jarman award, will continue for the next four years.


NFTS selects participants for diversity-focused directors workshop

28-Jun-2017 | By

Six selected for second edition of free scheme.


Despicable me 3

'Despicable Me 3': Review

By Tim Grierson, Senior US Critic

Nice-guy Gru discovers he has a twin brother, Dru, in the latest Despicable juggernaut from Illumination




How to navigate the defamation minefield of movie biopics

24-Jun-2017 | By Emma Teichmann

Lee & Thompson associate solicitor Emma Teichmann reveals how filmmakers can avoid falling into a libel trap.


In The Fade

Screen Time: Cannes best actress Diane Kruger talks 'In The Fade' Video

2-Jun-2017 | By Elisabet Cabeza

WATCH: Screen caught up with German actress, who starred in Fatih Akin’s Competition film.


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Screen Primetime Emmy Special

Browse the digital edition of Screen International, which focuses on the 2017 Emmys.

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The Crown

Emmys 2017: 'The Crown' star Claire Foy on leading Netflix's biggest gamble

As the latest in a line of esteemed actresses to play Queen Elizabeth II, Foy has risen to the challenge of playing HRH as a young woman.

handmaids tale

Emmys 2017: Elisabeth Moss talks 'The Handmaid's Tale'

The Mad Men actress talks to Screen about her most challenging role to date.

The Get Down

Emmys 2017: Is high-end TV becoming too expensive?

The eye-watering sums paid by Amazon and Netflix have changed the entire TV industry.

Munich Film Festival

Munich fest preview: Coppola, Cranston and Cannes films

The festival has secured an impressive array of films from this year’s Cannes.

Mark Adams

Edinburgh Film Festival preview: buzzy UK titles and 'Cars 3'

With attendance up 17% in three years, the festival is putting audiences at the heart of its strategy.

Luc Besson on the set of Valerian

Luc Besson talks 'Valerian', the biggest cinema gamble of 2017

“I say this without pretension, but I’m an artist.”


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Hollywood plots China box office audit amid fraud concerns

27-Jun-2017 | By

MPAA reacts to ongoing questions about the accuracy of Chinese box office reporting.