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Pablo Larrain on the set of Neruda

Pablo Larrain: "It's strange what cinema does in terms of memory"

Chilean film-maker Pablo Larrain dwells on the mysteries of storytelling as he contemplates fall festival slots for his two latest films, Neruda and Jackie.

Free Fire

'Free Fire': Ben Wheatley firing on all cylinders (set report)

Ben Wheatley talks shooting guns and cameras on the set of his action thriller Free Fire and reveals how Martin Scorsese came on board as executive producer. Michael Rosser reports.

The Chamber

'The Chamber' producer talks Metrodome, Blumhouse, UK genre

Jen Handorf talks about the demise of Metrodome, the Blumhouse effect and a potential bursting of an “independent film bubble”.


Alice Lowe on 'Prevenge': "It's one individual's insane perspective"

The Sightseers co-writer and star talks about her feature directorial debut.


FrightFest: Kate Shenton talks 'Egomaniac'

The Horror Rising Star-nominated director discusses no-budget film-making ahead of the FrightFest premiere of her second feature.


Sarajevo Q&A: Mehmet Can Mertoğlu talks 'Album'

Turkish film-maker talks to Screen about his debut feature, which played in Sarajevo’s competition following its Cannes premiere.

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Sarajevo Q&A: 'Humidity' director Nikola Ljuca talks funding challenges, film politics

Ljuca’s feature debut plays in competition at Sarajevo Film Festival.


Sarajevo Q&A: Ralitza Petrova on 'Godless'

Bulgarian director talks to Screen about her competition title Godless, which recently won Locarno’s Golden Leopard.

The Black Pin

Sarajevo Q&A: Ivan Marinovic discusses 'The Black Pin'

Montenegrin director Marinovic’s debut feature is in competition in Sarajevo.

Stephen Chin

Stephen Chin, 'War Dogs'

The Canadian former lawyer talks to Alec Govi about the screenplay he co-wrote with director Todd Phillips and Jason Smilovic about two savvy young Americans who scored a $300m arms contract with the US government.


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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



Zurich Film Festival: hot picks and what not to miss

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

San Sebastian 2015

San Sebastian: strength and sensibility

In a busy fall festival season, San Sebastian manages to shine with a strong balance between mainstream and auteur cinema and its role as a key port for Latin American cinema.



Exits, endings and expectation (COMMENT)

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

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What Thor did during ‘Civil War’ Video

Ever wondered what the god of thunder got up to while everyone else was smashing each other up in Captain America: Civil War? (And Hulk, for that matter.)

What’s the purpose of film festivals in the 21st Century?

Screen asked the participants at the sixth annual Developing Your Film Festival course what tips they took away from expert speakers and their peers.


WATCH: First trailer for Locarno premiere 'Afterlov' Video

EXCLUSIVE: Greek comedy-drama stars Haris Fragoulis and Iro Bezou.


Locarno: 'Standing Tall' team win inaugural European Casting Director Award

Antoinette Boulat and Elsa Pharaon took home the prize, which has been founded to recognise an overlooked film-making sector.

Katrien Roos

How to… navigate the UK child licensing regime

How to avoid sanctions when working with young performers, according to Harbottle & Lewis associate Katrien Roos.

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Oliver Stone’s views on mobile telephony Video

Want to get the audience to switch off their phones before a screening? This is how the Snowden director does it.

Taxi Driver

'Taxi Driver' gets 40th anniversary trailer Video

EXCLUSIVE: International trailer launches to celebrate 40th anniversary of Martin Scorsese classic.

William Sargent

Framestore CEO William Sargent looks to the future of film

Films will soon exist in formats we can’t yet even imagine. Fundamental change will help meet the challenge, writes Framestore CEO and co-founder Sir William Sargent.