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Arrival

'Arrival' crosses $100m worldwide

2-Dec-2016 | By

The independently financed sci-fi drama has crossed the milestone, executives at North American distributor Paramount said on Friday.

Doctor Strange

'Doctor Strange', 'Arrival' on Oscar VFX shortlist

2-Dec-2016 | By

The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences on Friday announced the 20 films in contention for the visual effects category at the 89th Academy Awards.

Sherlock

'Sherlock' exec, BFI CEO among winners at Women In Film & TV awards

2-Dec-2016 | By Andreas Wiseman

Beryl Vertue, Amanda Nevill and Nina Gold were among winners at the annual London event.

Andrus Ansip

EU's Ansip: 80% of Euro movies only available in two countries

2-Dec-2016 | By

EC VP for the Digital Single Market defends principle of “territoriality” but also offers stark statistics during Brussels event.

Taipei

Ellie Bamber, Justin Chon begin shoot on 'Taipei'

2-Dec-2016 | By Andreas Wiseman

Shoot underway on Brooklyn and Taiwan-set drama from writer-director Jason Lester.

Brussels

FFA executive calls for new approaches to European film funding

2-Dec-2016 | By

EUROPEAN FILM FORUM: Peter Dinges has said the industry is still suffering the after effects of the 2008 financial crisis; execs call for ‘European Netflix’.

Moomins

Moomins Christmas film lined up for 2017 launch

2-Dec-2016 | By Wendy Mitchell

Euro-produced family movie lined up for December 2017 release.

London Has Fallen

Weying launches outpost for international films

2-Dec-2016 | By

Gary Locke, former US ambassador to China, will advise joint venture between China’s Weying and Lead Capital general partner Johnny Hsu.

Moana

'Moana' soars to top of UK social media buzz charts

2-Dec-2016 | By Kristen Klemens

The Disney animation scored more social media buzz than Amma Asante race drama A United Kingdom, which premiered last week.

This Way Up 2

This Way Up conference: 78% see cinema as "expensive activity"

1-Dec-2016 | By Tom Grater

Statistics presented at UK cinema conference also revealed that 51% of audiences believe the cinema experience does not justify the overall expense.

Ventana Sur: Industry address evolving children's market

1-Dec-2016 | By

Children’s television producers and networks have been forced to navigate a new landscape in light of “structural and economic crisis”, a Ventana Sur panel audience heard on Thursday.

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Arrival

'Arrival' crosses $100m worldwide

2-Dec-2016 | By

The independently financed sci-fi drama has crossed the milestone, executives at North American distributor Paramount said on Friday.

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DIGITAL EDITIONS

Screen November 25

Screen November 25 2016

Browse the digital edition of Screen International here, which includes a focus on the best animated feature Oscar contenders.

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COMMENT/BLOGS

Indie spirit sets the scene

29-Nov-2016 | By Matt Mueller

Screen editor Matt Mueller considers the Independent Spirit and British Independent Film Award nominations.

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The Red Turtle

The story behind silent Oscar animation hopeful 'The Red Turtle'

We investigate the unusual back-story of this beautiful and unconventional animated feature.

Secret Life Of Pets

How 'The Secret Life Of Pets' was inspired by New Yorker covers

The Secret Life Of Pets co-director Chris Renaud tells Elbert Wyche why authenticity was so important in the creation of Illumination Entertainment’s summer hit.

Kubo

How a personal tragedy inspired 'Kubo And The Two Strings'

Animator-turned-director Travis Knight explains why he connected with Kubo And The Two Strings’ epic vision, and the tricks he unleashed to realise Laika’s latest stop-motion triumph.

Sing

Garth Jennings talks moving into animation with 'Sing'

Genial UK director Garth Jennings says he wasn’t fazed - at first - by the prospect of jumping into the often esoteric world of feature animation.

Finding Dory

How Andrew Stanton fixed the major narrative problem in 'Finding Dory'

“There was some glass ceiling on why our story wasn’t getting better.”

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NEWS IN BRIEF

Earthquake

US Briefs: Covert Media sells 'Earthquake', 'The Night Watchmen'

Covert Media’s foreign language label Lexica Films announced on Thursday it had licenced multiple territories at AFM to disaster film Earthquake and fantasy thriller The Night Watchmen.