Timur Bekmambetov’s first outing as a director since his Hollywood film Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter sees him going back in time again to the beginning of the First World War at the end of 1914.
Netherlands-based exhibitor Cine Grand is collaborating with Beijing-based Time Antaeus Group to build cinemas in the mainland China market.
In a guest column, ACE head Simon Perry argues that the UK is missing out on co-production prospects.
New adaptation of Macbeth, starring Sean Bean, has already met 10% of its target.
Robert Pattinson and Dane DeHaan star in Anton Corbijn’s James Dean biopic.
First look at the live-action feature based around classic children’s character.
COMMENT: It was an Oscars without many surprises, but that’s not to say that AMPAS voters didn’t make a few bold decisions.
Screen reports from the ninth FrightFest strand at Glasgow Film Festival, including interviews with Zack Parker and Jordan Barker.
In the run-up to SXSW 2014, head of SXSW film Janet Pierson and head of film media relations and programmer Rebecca Feferman sat down with Screen to talk about international cinema, the golden years of TV and Jurgen Klinsmann.
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Explore Screen’s overview of the Spanish film market, the hot films coming out of the country in 2014 and a focus on low-budget filmmakers.
Hollywood hasn’t yet maximised the potential of the Indian market, where 2013 saw some record-breaking Bollywood hits despite a slowdown in box-office growth. Liz Shackleton reports.
Korean studio CJ Entertainment’s China office has confirmed that Bong Joon Ho’s Snowpiercer will be released in mainland China on March 17.