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David Puttnam

Lord Puttnam issues Brexit warning

20-Jan-2017 | By Tom Grater

Respected producer calls for government to guarantee “the right to stay” for EU nationals working in VFX and animation sectors.

Cut Shoot Kill

EFM: Devilworks reveals first trailers for genre slate Video

20-Jan-2017 | By Tom Grater

Sales outfit is bringing six market premieres to Berlin.

Al Gore

Sundance: Al Gore in eco alert to Donald Trump

19-Jan-2017 | By

Former vice-president fires a shot across the bows of climate sceptics on the eve of Donald Trump’s inauguration.


Sundance 2017: 12 buzz films for buyers (update)

19-Jan-2017 | By

JANUARY 19 UPDATE: Heading into Park City’s opening night screening of An Inconvenient Sequel on Thursday, we take a look at a dozen acquisition titles likely to spark deals once the action gets underway.

Bloom targets EFM launch for 'Lost In London'

19-Jan-2017 | By

Woody Harrelson’s live event movie is garnering interest at Sundance.

The Wailing

'The Wailing' remake eyed by Scott Free

19-Jan-2017 | By

Hit Korean horror played at Cannes 2016 and scored multiple deals.

Legion Of Brothers

Content Media boards Sundance pick 'Legion Of Brothers'

19-Jan-2017 | By

The company has struck a deal with CNN Films to handle international sales ahead of the world premiere of Greg Barker’s documentary on Saturday.

The Field Guide To Evil

'ABCs Of Death' producers team for new horror anthology

19-Jan-2017 | By Tom Grater

Eight filmmakers from around the world will direct segments, including Baskin’s Can Evrenol.

XXX: Return Of Xander Cage

Paramount in slate pact with Shanghai Film Group, Huahua Media

19-Jan-2017 | By

The Chinese players have struck a slate financing pact with the studio that is potentially worth $1bn.

Fun Mom Dinner

Sundance: 'Fun Mom Dinner' goes to Momentum, Netflix

19-Jan-2017 | By

It emerged on Thursday that North American theatrical and select international streaming deals on the ensemble female comedy closed in earlier pre-festival business.

Terry Pratchett

Amazon ties with BBC for Terry Pratchett adaptation

19-Jan-2017 | By Hannah Gannagé-Stewart, Broadcast

SVoD platform and British broadcaster are teaming on a six-episode version of the 1990 comic novel.


'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.




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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Screen January 6 2016

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.