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Shaun The Sheep reads Screen International

Shaun the Sheep is a Screen International fan Video

By Wendy Mitchell

Shaun is reading up on film industry news ahead of his big-screen debut from Aardman and StudioCanal.

Andrey Zvyagintsev

Zvyagintsev: Leviathan seed was 'killdozer'

By Wendy Mitchell

The Motovun honoree talks about the inspirations for Cannes award winner Leviathan.


Horns starring Daniel Radcliffe, first trailer Video

By Michael Rosser

First trailer for Horns shows Daniel Radcliffe going through hell.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 trailer

Watch the Mockingjay - Part 1 trailer Video

Like Katniss sending forth a steely arrow, Lionsgate has let fly its first trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1.

Ulay in Motovun

Ulay's latest body art: beating cancer

By Wendy Mitchell

In Motovun, the famed performance artist talks about his new documentary Project Cancer directed by Damjan Kozole.

Nuno Bernardo

beActive publishes Transmedia 2.0


Nuno Bernardo’s book is his follow-up to the 2011 publication The Producers Guide To Transmedia.

New Hobbit finale trailer Video


Cue haunting folk song overlay and solemn skyward glances — it’s time for the first trailer to Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies.

Stephen Daldry in Motovun

Daldry talks 'Trash' in Motovun

By Wendy Mitchell

Stephen Daldry also talks about his new Netflix-backed series, his first foray into episodic TV.

Mad Max: Fury Road, Comic Con footage Video

By Michael Rosser

Tom Hardy gets Mad in the first footage from the action reboot.


Kevin Smith's Tusk, first trailer Video


RADiUS has unleashed the first trailer from Kevin Smith’s upcoming horror release.


Paddington statues to land in London

By Lauren Cole

London to host 50 ‘life size’ bear statues as StudioCanal launches Paddington trail.



Locarno: the personal touch

By Wendy Mitchell

In the same way they say dogs can look like their owners, film festivals can take on the temperament of their artistic director.

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