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First-look Lava trailer Video


A romantic volcano? Who would have thunk it? Why those sharp minds at Pixar, of course.

Michael Keaton in Venice

Birdman soars for Fox Searchlight… and Venice

By Wendy Mitchell

COMMENT: A year after Gravity wowed Venice, Birdman could be in flight for a similar path to awards glory - especially for Michael Keaton.


First look at Trash trailer Video


Universal Pictures International has released the first trailer from Working Title, PeaPie Films and 02 Filmes’ adventure directed by Stephen Daldry.


Disney's Feast, first look

By Michael Rosser

First images from a new Disney short, directed by the head of animation on Oscar-winner Paperman.

Cumberbatch, Hanks donate treasures

By Andreas Wiseman

Daniel Craig, Elton John and Lana Del Rey also donate signed memorabilia for charity auction.

Starry Eyes

Film4 FrightFest: Home, sweet home

By Ian Sandwell

Screen reports from the 15th edition of the genre festival and first from its new venue, including an interview with Starry Eyes’ writer-directors Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer.

The Guest

FrightFest: The Guest checks in

By Ian Sandwell

Screen reports from the opening night of Film4 FrightFest which saw the UK premiere of Adam Wingard’s The Guest.

St. Vincent

TIFF declares Bill Murray Day


Everybody adores him, so Toronto International Film Festival has done the decent thing.

Men, Women & Children

Men, Women & Children teaser Video


“Discover how little you know about the people you know,” suggests the slightly sinister tagline to Jason Reitman’s upcoming Toronto world premiere.


Ant-Man first-look


They weren’t kidding around at Marvel Studios when they announced the start of production in San Francisco this week.

Göran Hugo Olsson, Concerning Violence

By Tiffany Pritchard

The Black Power Mixtape director talks about his latest and future projects.


Telluride Film Festival

Festivals in the digital age

By Wendy Mitchell

COMMENT: The nature of film premieres in the internet age means Telluride can’t exist in a vacuum.

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