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Past Life

Haifa: Avi Nesher talks Holocaust drama 'Past Life'

For his 20th feature, Past Life, film-maker Avi Nesher examines how a father’s complicated past haunts his family.

JA Bayona A Monster Calls

J.A. Bayona talks 'A Monster Calls' Video

The Spanish film-maker, who has the Jurassic World sequel next, discusses blending reality with fantasy elements in his third feature.

The Levelling

LFF: Wellington Films duo on 'The Levelling', future plans Video

Co-founders Rachel Robey and Al Clark talk about their latest feature, which plays in LFF’s First Feature competition.


Busan: Tammy Nam talks talent discovery and content on the move

Tammy H. Nam, CEO of global streaming service, explains how the site’s avid community of subtitling fans is helping content to travel and break emerging talent.


Busan: Haobam Paban Kumar talks 'Lady Of The Lake'

Indian film-maker talks about his narrative debut, which premiered in Busan’s New Currents competition, and the state of filmmaking in northeast India.

The Distinguished Citizen

Argentinian co-directors talk Venice winner 'The Distinguished Citizen'

Mariano Cohn and Gastón Duprat discuss Argentina’s Oscar entry, a Spain-Argentina co-production which won star Oscar Martinez the best actor award in Venice.


Busan Q&A: Boo Junfeng talks 'Apprentice'

Singaporean director discusses his prison drama, which premiered at Cannes and is Singapore’s submission to this year’s Oscar race.

Lady K

Busan Q&A: Ho Yuhang talks 'Mrs K'

Director discusses his Kara Wai-starring action thriller, which world premieres in Busan.

Zhang Lu

Busan Q&A: Zhang Lu talks festival opener 'A Quiet Dream'

Director Zhang discusses the project’s origins and shooting on a tight schedule.

LFF: Benedict Andrews talks sexual abuse drama 'Una'

Una premeired at Telluride and will play in Official Competition at LFF next month.


Captain America Civil War

Box Office 2016: summer of surprises

Following 2015’s spectacular summer box office, it felt like 2016 would struggle to keep up. Surprisingly, even with the Euro football championships and the Olympics, the pace hasn’t been far off. By Charles Gant



Toronto 2016: Film Profiles

From westerns and concert movies to crime dramas, this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (Sept 8-18) selection is as eclectic as ever. Screen rounds up the world premieres and more…

Zurich Film Festival: hot picks and what not to miss

The starry Zurich Film Festival continues its upward trajectory. Michael Rosser reports.



Exits, endings and expectation (COMMENT)

Screen editor Matt Mueller discusses Brexit and looks forward to Toronto and Venice.

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Rules Don't Apply

'Rules Don't Apply' director Warren Beatty on reboots, Trump Video

The Hollywood legend took to online form Reddit on Thursday as a new trailer dropped for his latest directorial outing and admitted he could see a president portray him if there were ever a biopic of his life.


Zurich: Harvey Weinstein says Trump "appeals to the worst in us"

Harvey Weinstein talked Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton at the 12th Zurich Film Festival.

WATCH: First trailer for Venice premiere 'Are We Not Cats' Video

EXCLUSIVE: Xander Robin’s feature film debut closes Critics’ Week.

The Blind Christ

WATCH: First trailer for Venice premiere 'The Blind Christ' Video

EXCLUSIVE: Spanish drama stars Michael Silva as a man who believes he has experienced a divine revelation.