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The Divine Order

Kino Lorber, Zeitgeist Films board 'The Divine Order'

23-Jun-2017 | By Elbert Wyche

Film marks initial acquistion following distribution alliance.

Once Upon A Time

Well Go USA acquires North American rights to 'Once Upon A Time'

23-Jun-2017 | By Elbert Wyche

Distributor plans an August theatrical release followed by digital, home video release.

2017 BAFTA SFA Winners

BAFTA announces 2017 Student Film Award winners

23-Jun-2017 | By Elbert Wyche

Special jury prize awarded to Daphne Matziaraki for documentary 4.1 Miles.

Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp makes Trump 'assassination' remarks at Glastonbury

23-Jun-2017 | By

UPDATE: White House condemns Depp comments.

The Strange Ones

'The Strange Ones' wins at Champs-Elysées Film Festival

23-Jun-2017 | By Melanie Goodfellow

Business as usual for festival unfolding on famous Paris avenue hit by two terror attacks in recent weeks.

Woody Allen

Woody Allen on Donald Trump: "We have chaos in the capital"

23-Jun-2017 | By

“I still don’t know why he wanted the job.”

Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson drama wins at Champs-Elysées fest's US in Progress

23-Jun-2017 | By Melanie Goodfellow

Wild Nights With Emily, about an illicit romance, scoops €50,000 top prize.


'Transformers: The Last Knight' tops UK social media buzz

23-Jun-2017 | By Cecile Pin

The fifth instalment in Michael Bay’s franchise dominated UK social chatter this week.

Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez to star in, produce 'Second Act' for STXfilms

22-Jun-2017 | By

Company boards latest female-driven project after Bad Moms, Valerian, Molly’s Game.


'Becks', 'The Night Guard' among LA Film Festival winners

22-Jun-2017 | By

Five competition sections drew 42% female, 40% non-white directors.


The Last Photograph

'The Last Photograph': Edinburgh Review

By Wendy Ide

Danny Huston directs and stars in this drama about the aftermath of the Lockerbie disaster



Kim Longinotto

COMMENT: Kim Longinotto on tackling difficult subjects on film

13-Jun-2017 | By Kim Longinotto

The filmmaker explores the moral grey areas of making powerful documentaries ahead of Sheffield Doc/Fest.


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.


Screen Emmy Cover

Screen Primetime Emmy Special

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

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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.”

Underground edit

Misha Green talks historical drama 'Underground'

The co-creator and co-showrunner talks to Elbert Wyche about creating a critical hit and Emmy hopeful that explores slavery in America.

Odeon Isense

Why new technology could be hurting the film business

Is the pace and range of innovation now stretching the supply chain to breaking point?


Four European marketing campaigns that paid off for Disney

These territories brought some local variety to their Disney release campaigns.


The Mummy

China box office: 'The Mummy' crosses $80m in weak frame

19-Jun-2017 | By Silvia Wong

Hollywood holds top four spots as Alien: Covenant wins weekend but Chinese films remain weak.