“Deep cuts” would be a “false economy” says British Chancellor, but department admin costs to be cut by 20%.
Film likely to face cuts amid anticipated DCMS budget reduction.
From 2016, CPH:PIX is moving from its April dates to an autumn slot and will merge with its sister children’s/youth film festival, BUSTER (which formerly ran in September).
Picture about Danish artist Per Kirkeby opened CPH:DOX.
Spotlight, Truth and Concussion are also among the festival’s programme.
Winning filmmaker will receive cash prize with award.
New York-based indie sales powerhouse Submarine is creating a new documentary centric label in Scandinavia with NonStop Entertainment.
EXCLUSIVE: Independent film distributor to offer a real diamond to UK cinemagoers as part of marketing campaign.
The Spotlight director will receive the 27th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival’s (PSIFF) Sonny Bono Visionary Award.
EXCLUSIVE: Netflix will stream Anurag Kashyap’s Gangs Of Wasseypur as an eight-part mini-series in the US and Canada in the first week of December.
Current director David Cooke to step down in March 2016.
Female-driven films bookend the Bahamas International Film Festival as Todd Haynes’ Carol starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara opens the event on December 9 and Amy Berg’s documentary Janis: Little Girl Blue ends the festivities on December 12.
British star of 12 Years A Slave to receive Richard Harris Award.
Turkish drama also picks up Stockholm Film Festival audience award.
EXCLUSIVE: Hindi-language drama sold by Films Boutique.
Industry experts tip the hottest pitches and works-in-progress at Goa’s Film Bazaar, from animation to a serial killer story.
EXCLUSIVE: New York-based producer Mollye Asher [pictured] is gearing up for a summer 2016 shoot of her next production You & Me Both.
EXCLUSIVE: Manoj Bajpayee [pictured] and Smita Tambe will star in Atanu Mukherjee’s Unknown Faces, produced by Drishyam Films, which is scheduled to start shooting on December 11.
Plus… FilmRise acquired The Champions; Unified’s Red Band Films wraps shooting on The Rake; and Made In NY grant receipents announced.
Screen International presents our 2016 Berlinale/EFM Product Guide
Browse Screen International’s daily magazines from Goa’s Film Bazaar here.
Browse the digital edition of Screen International here, which includes a focus on the leading contenders for acting nominations this awards season…
The titular Captain faces off against Iron Man in Marvel’s next superhero blockbuster.
Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu joined Leonardo DiCaprio and assorted cast and crew from his latest film on Monday to talk weather, guacamole and Swiss watches.
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Georgina Long, an associate at London law firm Harbottle & Lewis, explains the process.
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Screen surveys the European box office landscape in 2015 and charts the top 25 titles of the year to date in three key territories.
Interviews with Michael Fassbender, Brie Larson, Saoirse Ronan, Idris Elba, Alicia Vikander, Kate Winslet and Benicio del Toro.
Following a series of charismatic turns, Michael Fassbender finishes 2015 on a high with a suitably meticulous portrayal of Apple saviour Steve Jobs. Tom Grater chats to the actor about method and motivation
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: US blockbusters and animation loom large but local comedies also have their say.
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Film Bazaar in Goa, India’s leading independent film event, is the place to meet the country’s growing ranks of internationally focused film-makers.
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Local films may have lost ground to US titles in 2015 but a slew of releases may help Spain’s production industry end the year on a high.
The winners, the party and the glamour from the Screen Awards 2015.
The Screen Awards has unveiled its 2015 winners, recognising excellence in UK marketing, distribution and exhibition.