Box office tops $653m… but admissions fall 1.5%.
Coming-of-age film marks feature debut of Downton Abbey director Philip John.
The 13 films competing for a $55,000 prize include Scott Graham’s Iona and Hans Christian Berger’s After Eden.
The 62nd Pula Film Festival wrapped in Croatia on Saturday with its Best Croatian Film of the year award going to Dalibor Matanic’s The High Sun.
Xavier Prats Monné to take a new EC role.
Hong Kong-based Celestial Tiger Entertainment (CTE) has renewed its exclusive, multi-year output deals with Hong Kong studios Emperor Motion Pictures (EMP), Mega-Vision Project Workshop (MVPW) and Universe Entertainment.
Sarajevo Film Festival’s Laško Sumer Nights line-up revealed.
CHINA BOX OFFICE: Monster Hunt continuted to break records at the China box office office last week, becoming the highest-grossing Chinese film ever with a gross of $221.41m after 11 days.
The first titles for the 40th Toronto International Film Festival have been announced. Watch the press conference here…
Danny Boyle’s biopic starring Michael Fassbender as the digital age visionary who changed the face of personal computing, telephony and music will screen on October 3 as the centrepiece screening of the 53rd New York Film Festival.
BFI stats reveal surge in admissions in 2015 but potential fall in production spend of UK independent productions in past year.
Miguel Arteta will direct Demarest Media and Mazur/Kaplan’s adaptation of the Jennifer Niven YA novel.
Sundance award-winner to open festival; Dagur Kári’s Tribeca winner Virgin Mountain to close.
EXCLUSIVE: The distributor has picked up all North American rights to the noir thriller and has set an October 20 release.
The Japenese festival that focuses solely on digital cinema reveals its 2015 winners.
Disney’s latest posts sixth biggest UK opening for Pixar outings from an industry record release of 608 sites.
The actress joins Robert Rusler and Caroline Williams on US-based Gundo Entertainment’s splatter film remake.
JULY 27 UPDATE: Edko Films’ announced early on Monday that its 3D fantasy had reached $217.7m (RMB 1.349bn) after 11 days to become the highest grossing Chinese film in history.
UPDATED JULY 27: Marvel Studios’ latest slice of superhero action held on to its top bunk over the weekend to beat Sony’s new arrival Pixels in a photo finish.
A Lance Armstrong biopic, Ridley Scott’s new sci-fi and Julianne Moore’s latest are all set to world premiere in Toronto.
Motovun Film Festival kicked off Saturday night by giving each attendee a lighter and a sparkler for a group photo.
Screendaily reports from the pitching session of the sixth Frontières International Co-Production Market at Fantasia.
Ian Sandwell talks to RKSS about the journey of their genre festival hit Turbo Kid.
When Lionsgate screened the official trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 at Comic-Con earlier this month it is safe to say the crowd reacted positively.
Now that summer is here, thoughts (well, mine anyway) turn to holidays and multiplexes being dominated by Hollywood’s latest salvo of tentpoles, sequels and tentpole sequels.
Screen talks to Steve Hoban, Mark Smith, Axelle Carolyn and Neil Marshall about the recent resurgence of anthologies in horror.
According to local filmmakers, the recent suppression of documentary Beyond The Fear is just one episode in a quickening erosion of artistic freedom in Israel.
Polish director Bartosz Prokopowicz discusses his autobiographical love story Chemo.
Screen talks to the Hungarian director about his harrowing Cannes debut.
Director Erez Tadmor talks to Screen about 1970s cop movies, shooting in Haifa and moving from comedy to drama with his ripped-from-the-headlines thriller Wounded Land.
Tova Ascher has edited some of the most acclaimed Israeli features of the past three decades. She tells Screen what compelled her to make a feature directing debut with A.K.A. Nadia.
Director Ido Haar and aspiring US singer/avid YouTuber Princess Shaw talk to Screen about how Thru You Princess found its voice.
Screen discusses the genre’s origins, growth and prospects with the local scene’s key players.
Documentary film-maker Ada Ushpiz tells Screen about charting the life and fertile mind of a great thinker in her new film Vita Activa, The Spirit Of Hannah Arendt.
Filmmakers Q and Nikon talk to Ian Sandwell about their horror which received its world premiere at Fantasia International Film Festival.
Israeli director Evgeny Ruman talks to Screen about shooting his second feature, The Man In The Wall, over six days in one apartment.
Film-maker Ulrich Seidl speaks about how a fascination with Austrians and their cellars led to his lauded documentary In The Basement.
The Yehoshua Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts’ Cinema Project is backing new projects by Avi Nesher, Yoav Shamir and animation maestro Albert Hanan Kaminski.
What are the hot new projects that are being backed by the Israel Film Fund, headed by the indomitable Katriel Schory?
The Jerusalem-based lab is making waves globally only four years after it was launched.
The Screen Awards, returning for its sixth year in 2015, has extended the deadline for entries until July 31.
The Screen Awards are back for a sixth year, celebrating the very best of marketing, distribution and exhibition in the film industry.