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Gary Michael Schultz

Gary Michael Schultz, 'Vincent N Roxxy'

Zoë Kravitz and Emile Hirsch star in Unified Pictures’ tough, romantic revenge thriller that premiered at Tribeca on Monday.

Thierry Demaiziere and Alban Teurlai, Reset

Thierry Demaiziere and Alban Teurlai, 'RESET'

The directors talk to Laura Henderson about their documentary and imminent Tribeca world premiere starring choreographer and ballet dancer Benjamin Millepied.

John Hegeman

John Hegeman, producer, 'Holidays'

The producer and studio marketing whizz at Blumhouse Productions’ BH Tilt talks about his battle to bring the chilling anthology to the screen as the film premieres at Tribeca.

The Fixer

Ian Olds, 'The Fixer'

Ahead of the April 17 world premiere in Tribeca, Ian Olds discusses his drama about an Afghan ‘fixer’ for Western war reporters who discovers new intrigue when he leaves his life behind and settles in northern California.

Bill Purple

Bill Purple, 'The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea'

The TV director who has worked in the camera department on some of Hollywood’s biggest tentpoles makes his feature directorial debut in the Tribeca premiere about a grieving architect who forms a bond with a runaway.

Vanessa Gould

Vanessa Gould, 'Obit'

Gould sat down to discuss her new documentary ahead of the world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 17.

Genna Terranova

Tribeca: Genna Terranova Q&A

With a huge push into virtual reality and a major focus on television and digital, the Tribeca Film Festival offers a wide-lens snapshot of contemporary content creation. But, festival director Genna Terranova tells Jeremy Kay, “Film is the bedrock.”

Ed Gass-Donnelly

Ed Gass-Donnelly, 'Lavender'

The director talks to Jeremy Berkowitz ahead of the April 18 world premiere of his psychological thriller in Tribeca.

Ip Man 3

Well Go USA: growing audiences for Asian movies

Currently one of the most active distributors of Asian movies in the North America market, Well Go USA Entertainment distributes action, genre and US indie films across all platforms, including theatrical, DVD and VOD.

Enrique Perez

Enrique Perez, 'Kenke'

Ahead of its world premiere at IFF Panama on April 12, the director tells Jeremy Kay why Kenke is more than a ‘silly stoner film that promotes the use of cannabis.’


Bajirao Mastani

India box office: mid-budget and Hollywood booming

Modest budget films are outperforming bigger budget fare in India, while Hollywood films doubled their market share in 2015.



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.


Hong Kong

Hong Kong Filmart: Asia’s knowledge platform

Hong Kong Filmart has evolved in line with Asia’s flourishing film businesses to become an event that is much more than buying and selling. Liz Shackleton reports.

Tsui Hark John Woo

Hong Kong International Film Festival: Fabulous at 40

Four decades on, Hong Kong International Film Festival has long introduced challenging Asian and international work to enthusiastic local audiences. Silvia Wong looks at how the event has evolved.




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.

Print Issue

Print Issue



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.

The Big Question: TV at film festivals

Should film festivals be looking to add, or expand upon, high-end TV drama strands?


'Shell' director Scott Graham: "I’m happy to take a few knocks"

Former Screen Star Of Tomorrow Scott Graham talks about recutting his Edinburgh title Iona and the value of taking a few knocks along the way.

Moving Parts

Trinidad-based director of 'Moving Parts' turns to Kickstarter

American film-maker Emilie Upczak is appealing to backers to support a Kickstarter campaign for her human smuggling drama.

Gerard Butler films without borders

'London Has Fallen' interns hail "life-changing" experience

Lionsgate teamed up with charity Films Without Borders to offer internships on the Gerard Butler-starring sequel.