Shout! Factory has acquired a package of rights to the Australian animated feature and plans a multi-platform release.
Public consultation open for industry and audiences; nine roadshow events planned.
The US and Korean companies will co-finance and co-produce the feature about a Korean follower of a US baseball team.
EXCLUSIVE: Playwright Charlotte Josephine has won the inaugural BBC Screenplay First Award, bestowed by BBC Films and BBC Writersroom.
Bedlam joins Knightsbridge Films to produce biopic of Leicester City and England footballer.
The BAFTA fellowship winner comes on board as the IM Global-backed project starts its shoot in Liverpool.
Fox’s Independence Day: Resurgence has to settle for second with non-final $6.7m (£5.05m) debut from its 611 sites.
Shoot underway in Chile on crowd-funded action-comedy from Con Air director.
Titles will include Michael Moore’s Where To Invade Next.
The London-based documentary festival gives its emerging talent prize to Algerian director Hassan Ferhani.
Mirjana Karanovic’s A Good Wife wins best first film; audience award goes to Iciar Bollain’s The Olive Tree.
Fox’s action sci-fi sequel fell short in its domestic debut, thanks to a big second weekend hold by Pixar’s Finding Dory and a strong start for Sony’s The Shallows.
German director Emmerich sells script to Universal and is set to direct the sci-fi story.
UPDATES: BFI & BFC COMMENTS. There has been a shocked and dismayed response to the news of Brexit in almost every sector of the British film industry; responses in Europe have also been extremely downbeat.
Legendary Pictures has won a bidding war for a high finance tale with Jennifer Lawrence attached to star and Adam McKay set to write and direct.
Michael Sheen is to make his feature directing debut on - and star in - the true crime thriller, based on the actor’s own script
The winners have been announced at the 70th Edinburgh International Film Festival.
La Rochelle’s Sunny Side of the Doc festival and market previewed Canal+ and BBC’s migrant documentary Exodus.
Experienced directors invited to apply for Bergman Revisited, with shorts unveiled during his centenary year of 2018.
Murray Dibbs departs as managing director after eight years at the company.
Dir: Tod Williams. US. 2016. 97mins
Plus: Dirty 30 gets US release; The Sound of Things to premiere in Moscow.
Photos from last week’s CineEurope reception hosted by Screen with the Event Cinema Association and Eurpoean Digital Cinema Forum.
As Churchill wraps its shoot, Screen can exclusively reveal another image from the film.
The midpoint between Cannes and Toronto, Karlovy Vary (July 1-9) has still managed to carve out a winning niche. Tom Grater speaks to artistic director Karel Och about this year’s programme.
The UK team behind the new feature take on children’s classic Swallows And Amazons tell Tom Grater how the project set sail.
From barefoot stars championing gender equality to the arrival of virtual reality and a noisy Palme d’Or debate, Melanie Goodfellow reflects on what went down on the Croisette this year.
Thanks to a booming box office, there is an air of confidence among Europe’s distributors and exhibitors ahead of the 25th edition of CineEurope (June 20-23). Matt Mueller previews an event set to host screenings of US and European titles, high-level debate and Jeffrey Katzenberg.
Virtual reality, SVoD and the return of the US networks to the documentary arena will be among the topics on the table at the 27th edition of Sunny Side Of The Doc (June 20-23). Melanie Goodfellow reports.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival (July 21-31) has a new festival director and an expanded industry event. Jean Noh reports.
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.