The distributor has picked up US rights to Morgan Creek and Emmett/Furla/Oasis’ biopic about the rapper.
The former Clinton era White House press secretary has been named evp of worldwide corporate communications and pubic affairs, replacing Sue Fleishman who is leaving after nine years in charge.
Henry Winkler will be the recipient of the 2014 Banff World Media Festival (BANFF) Award Of Excellence.
Cannes hits another poster home-run with an achingly cool shot of Marcello Mastroianni for its 67th edition.
Peacocks meet Hitchcock, and other audience-friendly innovations at CPH PIX.
The tastes and aromas of Indian cuisine were offered to cinemagoers to mark the UK release of Ritesh Batra’s The Lunchbox.
The synergies between the film and TV industries were alive and well at this year’s MIPTV.
Clearance work at Elstree Studios finds fake snow from the horror classic.
As the film industry loses Tessa Ross to the theatre world, Channel 4 has to be very careful in its hires, Wendy Mitchell argues.
Tribeca Film Festival programmers Frédéric Boyer and Genna Terranova talk to Jeremy Kay about championing international and American gems.
Previews of some anticipated world premieres, from Libyan rebels to killer beavers.
Beyond Alfonso Cuaron’s Oscar win, Mexico’s growing film industry has much to celebrate, from a new wave of talent to steady box-office growth and smart global partnerships. Jeremy Kay reports.
Buzz titles for 2014 from the rising stars of Mexico’s film industry.
The Welsh film-maker talks to Ian Sandwell about the action sequel and teases The Raid 3.
Agents have an increasingly important role in the film and TV industries. At a Screen-hosted roundtable, Wendy Mitchell and Andreas Wiseman asked some of the UK’s key players how agenting is changing.
Veteran producer Jeremy Thomas talks to Wendy Mitchell about the highlights of his 40-year career and looks excitedly to the future, ahead of a BFI Southbank retrospective.
As The Weinstein Company ramps up its scripted TV productions and acquisitions, Andreas Wiseman talks to the executives behind the push.
Following its 2012 restructuring, post-production firm Molinare has a sharpened focus on high-end TV drama as well as feature film post work, and is readying itself for growth. Wendy Mitchell reports
Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel was brought to life with huge success by Secret Cinema. Ian Sandwell looks at how the event came together and the reasons for its popularity.
The only Emirati working in the international film industry, Amina Dasmal and her business partner Robin Fox produced Richard Ayoade’s The Double, which premiered at Toronto last year and is currently rolling out across Europe.
With the third International Film Festival Of Panama underway, Panamanian film industry director and film commissioner Arianne Benedetti talks to Jeremy Kay about beaches, jungles, Quantum Of Solace and her country’s ambitious film industry.
John Hazelton examines how US exhibitors are changing along with audiences, including offering an enhanced cinema experience with more varied options
As the digital-focused MIPTV champions a new age of storytelling this month, Melanie Goodfellow explores how TV drama and film producers are tentatively branching out into other platforms
A new joint-venture scheme from the BFI aims to drive up investment in UK independent films by helping producers and distributors to share the risks and rewards of distribution.
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Disney’s latest Marvel outing leapfrogs Rio 2 with $3m (£1.78m); Lionsgate’s The Quiet Ones posts non-final $1.1m (£681,305) debut for week’s highest new entry; eOne’s Calvary records third best opening of year in Ireland.