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Cristian Mungiu

Cannes Q&A: Cristian Mungiu, 'Graduation'

Cannes Best Director-winning film-maker talks to Screen about his latest feature Graduation.

Carl Spence

Carl Spence, Seattle International Film Festival

The festival’s top dog talks to Jeremy Kay about his role at a festival he has been involved with for more than two decades.

Stephanie di Gusto

Cannes Q&A: Stéphanie Di Giusto, 'The Dancer'

The director talks to Screen about her Un Certain Regard selection, which stars Lily-Rose Depp and French popstar Soko.

Cannes Q&A: Albert Serra, 'The Death Of Louis XIV'

The director speaks to Screen in Cannes about his new film The Death Of Louis XIV, which plays as a Special Screening.


Cannes Q&A: Houda Benyamina talks 'Divines'

The French film-maker speaks to Screen about her Directors’ Fortnight entry, Divines

Jeff Nichols

Cannes Q&A: Jeff Nichols talks 'Loving'

The writer/director spoke to Screen in Cannes about his Competition contender Loving.  

Chloe Sevigny Cannes 2016

Cannes Q&A: Chloe Sevigny on 'Kitty'

Sevigny makes her directorial debut with Kitty, a short that plays in Critics’ Week at this year’s Cannes.

Na Hong-jin

Cannes Q&A: Na Hong Jin, 'The Wailing'

Director Na Hong Jin talks to Screen about his Out of Competition Cannes 2016 title.

The Transfiguration

Michael O'Shea, 'The Transfiguration'

Debut director discusses being selected in Cannes’ Uncertain Regard.

Olivier Assayas

Cannes Q&A: Olivier Assayas, 'Personal Shopper'

Kristen Stewart stars in the Clouds Of Sils Maria director’s latest feature, which plays in Competition at Cannes.


Assassins Creed

Spain: territory focus

Mainstream Spanish films are thriving as TV broadcasters fill the gap in public funding. But at what cost to auteur film-making? Could a new Pedro Almodovar emerge now?

Long Distance

Spanish film-makers to follow: the magnificent seven

Who are the exciting new film-makers emerging from Spain? Elisabet Cabeza profiles seven to keep an eye on.


Spain focus: hot projects, big-name draws

Among the most anticipated Spanish productions of the year are a Paleolithic period drama, the new Almodovar and a regal role for Penelope Cruz.


Cannes Marche 2015

Cannes Market 2016: Climate Change

While there is space in the market for the mid-budget, adult-oriented fare no longer pursued by Hollywood, buyers and agents warn against bringing a mediocre project. Jeremy Kay gauges the mood ahead of Cannes




Screening Room: reason to be fearful?

Proposal to smash theatrical release windows has cast a pall over the industry, writes Screen US editor Jeremy Kay.

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John McVay

John McVay: "Producers stand to lose $9bn from DSM"

COMMENT: A strong digital economy is in everyone’s interest but the Digital Single Market agenda risks leaving us poorer, says John McVay, CEO of UK independent producers body Pact.

Adam Valdez NFTS

Adam Valdez talks 'The Jungle Book' VFX with NFTS students

The Jungle Book’s visual effects supervisor delivered a talk to NFTS students.


Gallery: Screen's UK reception

Screen celebrated the UK’s industry at Cannes with a reception on the beach.


Cannes 2016: Competition Blog - 'Elle, the end...'

Fionnuala Halligan blogs on the Cannes Competition titles straight from the Palais.

Borg McEnroe Shia La Beouf

Cannes: Shia LaBeouf unleashes a volley

LaBeouf will play John McEnroe in forthcoming tennis rivalry film Borg/McEnroe.

Oasis Documentary

Liam Gallagher rolls into Cannes with 'Supersonic'

Gallagher is here with director Mat Whitecross (pictured) to promote the forthcoming Oasis doc, now titled Supersonic.

Andrew Macdonald

Andrew Macdonald gives NFTS masterclass

BAFTA multi award-winning producer of Trainspotting and Ex Machina gave a masterclass to NFTS students.

Richard Linklater

Richard Linklater jokes that 'Boyhood' "should have won the Oscar"

Writer-director Richard Linklater talked about new film Everybody Wants Some!! and missing out on the Oscar for Boyhood at London’s Barbican.

Paddy Considine in JOURNEYMAN

New image: Paddy Considine in 'Journeyman'

Paddy Considine-starring boxing drama will promo screen at Cannes.


Bono hails 'Street' that has a name

Talk about praise from above. In a memorably generous appraisal, none other than U2 frontman Bono himself said on Wednesday that the cast of Sing Street are even better than the real thing.

Michael Maxtone Smith

Cross-border access and the Digital Single Market: a poorer new landscape?

The Commission wants to make it easier for us to enjoy Europe’s rich cinematographic culture online, but its proposal may put that richness in jeopardy, argues Reed Smith film finance partner Michael Maxtone-Smith.

VIDEO: 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' first trailer Video

Trailer offers a glimpse at the film set between Episodes III and IV.

Andy Millmore

What use can I make of other people’s material without needing consent?

Harbottle & Lewis partner Andy Millmore outlines the need for consent when using third-party material in film.