EXCLUSIVE: Ira Sachs’ Generation Kplus selection has proved a strong draw at EFM as Charlotte Mickie and her team have closed further key sales.
EXCLUSIVE: UK deal for animation sold by Kaleidoscope.
EXCLUSIVE: Karin Viard-starring comedy sells to Germany, Benelux and Switzerland.
EXCLUSIVE: Peter Mackie Burns’ feature debut is being developed by The Bureau.
EXCLUSIVE: Icelandic companies plan joint slate of Icelandic and English-language films including Óskar Jónasson’s Habeus Corpus.
EXCLUSIVE: Korean sales agent has taken international rights to Joe Stephenson’s directorial debut.
Ian McKellen will attend the festival on behalf of the BFI and British Council’s Shakespeare on Film programme.
Magnus, The Model, Pyromaniac [pictured] and Devil’s Bride have all sold to multiple territories.
EXCLUSIVE: A Quiet Passion producer is working on an Emily Dickinson documentary.
Denmark’s Profile Pictures, which launches its debut feature Shelley [pictured] at Berlin, will next month begin shooting Darkland - a masked avenger story set in a gang environment in Copenhagen.
The Writers Guild Of America bestowed its annual prizes on Saturday night in Los Angeles and lauded two awards season front-runners.
Osgood Perkins’ film also stars Ruth Wilson, Bob Balaban and Lucy Boynton.
EXCLUSIVE: Producer of Rafi Pitts’ Berlinale Competition title is lining up several new projects.
EXCLUSIVE: Hemlock Grove actress joins supernatural thriller The Sonata.
Lauri Tilkanen, Jessica Grabowski and German Werner Daehn also added to cast.
EXCLUSIVE: Game Of Thrones’ Faye Marsay, Lucy Punch to star in rom-com
EXCLUSIVE: Eight-strong line-up of titles includes Martin Hawie’s Toro.
EXCLUSIVE: Film follows Siamese twin sisters who rebel against their father.
Plus: Santa Barbara festival heads unveil winners
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Busan International Film Festival has been under government pressure since 2014.
Pictures from Screen’s party celebrating the opening of the EFM at the Catwalk Lounge and Bar, Marriott, Berlin.
Away from the MGB and hotel offices, the stakes ran high at the annual Berlinale Indoor Soccer Tournament sponsored by German distributor Pandastorm on Friday night.
Aaron Brookner discusses Uncle Howard, his intimate portrait of the late film-maker, Howard Brookner.
Screen talks to this year’s selection of European Shooting Stars.
Ahead of its Berlinale screening this weekend, drone warfare documentary National Bird is becoming one of the festival’s buzz documentaries.
Thanks to Carol, Brooklyn and Anomalisa, 2015 proved to be a banner year for UK sales agent HanWay Films. The company’s key executives explain how patience has paid dividends.
Skafar spoke to Screen about his unusual style of filmmaking, and how Slovenia’s tight-knit film community helped bring his script to life.
EXCLUSIVE: Screen spoke to the fastest man alive about his new all-access documentary - and how he wants a role in The Fast And The Furious.
The winners, the party and the glamour from the Screen Awards 2015.
The Screen Awards has unveiled its 2015 winners, recognising excellence in UK marketing, distribution and exhibition.