James Marsden, Thomas Middleditch, Rosario Dawson and Alfred Molina have joined Bron Studios’ first animation.
Festival hierarchy are beefing up the event with a new programme called DIG, the return of Clementine Leger as festival manager and a greater footprint across the calendar.
The documentary about the late comedy star and member of SNL and Chicago’s Second City Theatre troupe features Christina Applegate, Dan Aykroyd, Mike Myers, Adam Sandler, Molly Shannon and David Spade.
Joachim Trier’s family drama played in Competition at Cannes.
EXCLUSIVE: Picturehouse Cinemas to partner with Durham’s Gala Theatre.
Lithuanian documentaries will be in the spotlight at this year’s 55th Krakow Film Festival (May 31-June 7) which opens with Krzysztof Kopczynski’s The Dybbuk. A Tale Of Wandering Souls.
The Norwegian government is set to introduce a system of incentives for film productions, to keep local projects in the country and attract international ventures.
Dystopian drama set to shoot this summer.
Poltergeist also scares up buzz in the social media charts.
The post-Cannes acquisitions trickle continues as IFC announced it has picked up US rights from Hanway Films to Matteo Garrone’s Competition premiere.
The executive arrives from Traction Media and will serve on the Film Finance & Sales Group (FFSG).
EXCLUSIVE: US director’s follow-up to Blue Ruin stars Patrick Stewart as a white supremacist and played at Cannes.
Robert Simonds’ aspiring studio, still more than two months away from releasing its first film, has made another grand move and launched a family and animation division.
EXCLUSIVE: Sam Neill and Roger Allam to star in the British comedy based on a Stephen Fry bestseller.
The British director will be the subject of the organisation’s prestigious ‘Brits To Watch: The Screenings’ series.
EXCLUSIVE: UK film and distribution company launches new digital platform.
EXCLUSIVE INFOGRAPHIC: Mad Max: Fury Road and Carol top films overall.
EXCLUSIVE: Benelux distributor Cineart has confirmed several Cannes acquisitions.
Paramount Home Media Distribution (PHMD) has signed an output deal with IFC Films on select films that include includes Good Kill and The D Train.
New Stockholm Impact Award will be part of a new international film competition.
The executive arrives at the studio as svp of business affairs, film music.
A dozen film will compete for the award.
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The Hungarian Cultural Centre and The London Film School partnered on a special two-day visit by award-winning director Kornél Mundruczó.
Broad Green Pictures has issued its latest trailer for the upcoming Bill Bryson adaptation starring the venerable pair of Robert Redford and Nick Nolte.
The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) has announced its International Project Discovery Forum development workshop selections and the features and documentary jury members.
Disney gives NFTS students preview screening of ‘Tomorrowland’ and Q&A with Co-Creator Jeff Jensen
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Crafting an illuminating documentary about Amy Winehouse required sensitive diplomatic skills and nerves of steel. Director Asif Kapadia and producer James Gay-Rees tell Matt Mueller about the challenges
Australian film-maker Justin Kurzel explains to Andreas Wiseman why following his chilling debut Snowtown with Shakespeare’s Scottish tragedy Macbeth worked out to be the ‘perfect storm’.
Norwegian director Joachim Trier tells Wendy Mitchell about his first English-language feature, Louder Than Bombs, a father-son drama that elevates him into Cannes Competition
With Gus Van Sant’s The Sea Of Trees in Competition and several titles in post-production, Alex Walton tells Jeremy Kay why Bloom’s first year has been one to remember.
Monika Bacardi and Andrea Iervolino, the duo behind rising finance and distribution outfit AMBI Pictures, discuss their plans.
The attack on Charlie Hebdo sent shockwaves through the creative industries. Andreas Wiseman considers the fallout within the film industry and gauges the climate for challenging film-making
As France celebrates 120 years of cinema, its film industry is facing economic pressures and a production downturn. But entrepreneurial producers are already finding solutions.
French producers are rising to the challenges in the changing landscape of finance and production. Melanie Goodfellow meets some of the most enterprising players.
Many producers are turning to direct distribution to get their films in front of audiences. Ian Sandwell reports on the growing trend and hears about the pros and cons from those who have taken the path.