Screen previews the world premieres at this year’s Venice Film Festival and interviews festival director Alberto Barbera
Screen previews the world premieres at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.
Lakeshore Entertainment has announced the latest cast additions on its Philip Roth adaptation before Ewan McGregor starts shooting in Pennsylvania later this month.
The 38th Mill Valley Film Festival will host the California premiere of awards season prospect Room accompanied by a Spotlight on star and MVFF Award recipient Brie Larson.
Top brass at the Rio de Janeiro Film Festival announced that 41 feature and 19 shorts from Brazilian filmmakers will screen in the 17th edition, set to run from October 1-14.
The Vancouver-based producer-financier has reorganised his companies Bron Studios, genre label The Realm, Bron Releasing, Bron Animation and affiliate entities under the umbrella group.
Hong Kong-based sales company Asian Shadows has picked up world rights (outside Greater China) to Tibetan director Pema Tseden’s Tharlo, which will receive its world premiere in Venice’s Orizzonti section.
Venice Film Market director Pascal Diot has confirmed that Chinese involvement in the event has decreased markedly since last year.
Oscar-winning actor will also hold a keynote conversation at the Zurich Summit and present a screening of Inglourious Basterds.
Drama will explore gay relationships as well as connections between Israel and Germany.
Venice Festival artistic director Alberto Barbera has hailed the success of the Festival’s groundbreaking Biennale College - Cinema programme in nurturing new work from young filmmakers around the world.
Festival director Jose Luis Rebordinos has put together a ‘very solid’ selection at San Sebastian (Sept 18-26) against stiff competition.
Artistic director Karl Spoerri speaks to Michael Rosser about a bigger budget and growing TV focus at Zurich Film Festival (Sept 24-Oct 4)
Festival director Torsten Neumann speaks to Martin Blaney about this year’s Oldenburg film festival, an event dubbed ‘the German Sundance’
Director Baltasar Kormakur and Working Title co-chair Tim Bevan reveal the remarkable journey behind the Venice-opener.
Reunited on The Danish Girl with Eddie Redmayne and Working Title, Tom Hooper tells Screen about his passion for the project, transgender illumination and Redmayne’s ‘gender fluidity’.
Screen talks to the British actor about his feature directorial debut, which receives its world premiere today [Aug 28] at Film4 FrightFest.
The adaptation of Bill Bryson’s account of the Appalachian Trail brings Robert Redford and Nick Nolte together on screen for the first time since Redford’s 2012 thriller The Company You Keep.
After the Serbian writer-director Stevan Filipovic’s third film Next to Me received its world premiere in the international competition of Pula Film Festival and won the main prize, it screened in the Sarajevo Film Festival’s Avant Premieres section.
UK distributor Signature Entertainment plans to release more than 100 films next year. Screen spoke to CEO Marc Goldberg about expansion.
The first look of Pan Nalin’s Indian buddy movie about seven Indian women has arrived ahead of the film’s world premiere in Toronto in Special Presentations on September 18.
Screen editor Matt Mueller on how the pace of change among digital natives is dizzying and exponential.
Eddie Redmayne stars in Tom Hooper’s Oscar hopeful.
You have stumbled across a book which you think will be perfect for your feature film debut. How do you go about acquiring the rights? Here is a quick guide from Sarah Lazarides, a senior associate at law firm Harbottle & Lewis
ScreenDaily reports from the 16th edition of Film4 FrightFest, including festival co-director Alan Jones’ tribute to Wes Craven and an interview with Nina Forever film-makers Ben & Chris Blaine.