The distributor has picked up North American rights to Snoot Entertainment’s horror film following the recent premiere in Tor
Sierra/Affinity to handle sales at AFM on Craig Gillespie drama-biopic I, Tonya.
Curzon boss talks admissions, Soho venue and Netflix collaboration during Screen Exhibitors’ Forum.
Sony Pictures International Productions said on Friday it has agreed to a multi-year development deal with the Mexico and Los Angeles-based filmmakers.
Streep talked Michael Cimino, writing her own lines and a British obsession with class during a Rome masterclass.
Screen Pitch competition line-up; Queen Of Spades opens Main Competition.
Panel considered Brexit through the lens of independent cinema.
EXCLUSIVE: Central Partnership announces South America deals for their 2016 disaster movie, The Crew.
Hiddleston to voice the villainous Lord Nooth in next Aardman/Studiocanal collaboration.
Book series about warring cats to be developed as kids movie franchise.
Inferno still receiving a lot of online attention this week.
Industry analyst Lucy Jones spoke about the UK box office at the Screen Exhibitors’ Forum in London.
Fox Searchlight’s big awards season contender will screen at the festival on November 14.
Three initiatives in Scandinavia are encouraging film-makers to experiment by breaking out of production norms.
The festival’s TV section has been rebranded as Haifa TV Series Meetings (Oct 20) this year.
India is on the brink of a streaming revolution, with international players joining a host of local platforms. But can anyone make money in this complex and crowded market? Liz Shackleton reports.
For the second year running, Haifa will play host to the Mix Programme, dedicated to helping teams of Jewish and Arab-Israeli film-makers take their projects to the next level.
For his 20th feature, Past Life, film-maker Avi Nesher examines how a father’s complicated past haunts his family.