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INTERVIEWS

Baltasar Kormakur Everest

Conquering 'Everest'

2-Sep-2015 | By Andreas Wiseman

Director Baltasar Kormakur and Working Title co-chair Tim Bevan reveal the remarkable journey behind the Venice-opener.

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Venice preview 2015

1-Sep-2015

Screen previews the world premieres at this year’s Venice Film Festival and interviews festival director Alberto Barbera

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Toronto preview 2015: film profiles, interviews, TV focus

1-Sep-2015

Screen previews the world premieres at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.

Nikolaj Coster Waldau at San Sebastian

San Sebastian steps up

1-Sep-2015 | By Juan Sarda

Festival director Jose Luis Rebordinos has put together a ‘very solid’ selection at San Sebastian (Sept 18-26) against stiff competition.

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Screen August-September 2015

1-Sep-2015

Browse the August-September 2015 edition of Screen International here…

Benicio del Toro Zurich 2014

Zurich on the A-list

1-Sep-2015 | By Michael Rosser

Artistic director Karl Spoerri speaks to Michael Rosser about a bigger budget and growing TV focus at Zurich Film Festival (Sept 24-Oct 4)

Tom Hooper, 'The Danish Girl'

1-Sep-2015 | By Andreas Wiseman

Reunited on The Danish Girl with Eddie Redmayne and Working Title, Tom Hooper tells Screen about his passion for the project, transgender illumination and Redmayne’s ‘gender fluidity’.

Oldenburg International Film Festival

Oldenburg grows as discovery channel

1-Sep-2015 | By

Festival director Torsten Neumann speaks to Martin Blaney about this year’s Oldenburg film festival, an event dubbed ‘the German Sundance’

Steve Oram

Steve Oram, 'Aaaaaaaah!'

28-Aug-2015 | By Ian Sandwell

Screen talks to the British actor about his feature directorial debut, which receives its world premiere today [Aug 28] at Film4 FrightFest.

A Walk In The Woods

Ken Kwapis talks 'A Walk In The Woods'

28-Aug-2015 | By

The adaptation of Bill Bryson’s account of the Appalachian Trail brings Robert Redford and Nick Nolte together on screen for the first time since Redford’s 2012 thriller The Company You Keep.

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