One on One
Trey Edward Shults talks about making his debut feature made with his mother and aunt.
French screenwriter Thomas Bidegain - who debuted his first feature Cowboys in Directors’ Fortnight this Cannes - talks about his long and winding route to the director’s chair.
Romanian director Radu Munteans talks about his latest feature One Floor Below, which has just premiered in Cannes’ Un Certain Regard
Alice Winocour’s action horror-thriller Disorder, starring Matthias Schoenaerts and Diane Kruger, premiered in Un Certain Regard (Indie Sales is selling).
Italian-American film-maker Jonas Carpignano returns to Cannes with Critics’ Week entry Mediterranea.
Korean director Shin Su-won is following up her second feature fiction film Pluto - a gritty high school thriller that won a Special Mention at the 2013 Berlinale - with Madonna in Un Certain Regard.
The French director talks to Melanie Goodfellow about her fifth film, premiering In Competition at Cannes.
Actress and director Maïwenn hits the red carpet this Sunday with her Palme d’Or contender Mon Roi, a searing tale of a passionate but dysfunctional relationship co-starring Vincent Cassel and Emmanuelle Bercot.
Fresh from the completion of the Mentalist television series, Simon Baker has made a swift stop-over in Cannes to discuss his next big feat - the directorial debut of Breath.
The Sweden-born, Poland-based director talks about his debut feature in Directors Fortnight.
Anticipated Cannes Competition entry The Lobster marks Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos’ English-language debut after acclaimed 2009 Un Certain Regard title Dogtooth and 2011 drama Alps.
French actress and director Emmanuelle Bercot’s Standing Tall (La Tete Haute) opens the festival today (Elle Driver handles sales). The gritty social drama follows a young delinquent as he makes his way through France’s juvenile justice system.
A new documentary from British directors Gabriel Clarke and John McKenna explores the film that “almost destroyed” Steve McQueen. Clarke talks to Geoffrey Macnab about the making of ‘Steve McQueen: The Man And Le Mans’
To celebrate 40 years of Screen International, several of our illustrious previous editors reflect on their favourite Cannes memories.
Quentin has authored books on Anthony Hopkins, Alfred Hitchcock, Graham Greene, Lew Grade and the Rank Organisation and been a critic for the Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph and the Sunday Mirror.
After Screen, Adrian joined Thorn EMI as an acquisition executive and later moved into development with British Screen. Since 1990, he has been working full time as a screenwriter. His film credits include Metroland, Tom And Viv and My Week With Marilyn, while his TV work includes David Copperfield and a new adaptation of The Go-Between, which will go out on BBC1 later this year.
Colin left Screen to run the UK’s National Film Development Fund and went on to senior executive roles at Columbia Pictures, Miramax Films, The Weinstein Company and Graham King’s GK Films. He returned to freelance production in 2010 with Ralph Fiennes’ Coriolanus.
Terry left Screen to write My Indecision Is Final: The Rise And Fall Of Goldcrest Films. He returned to journalism, as editor of Screen Finance and managing editor of Variety Europe, before setting up a consultancy business, Bridge Media, in 1993. In 2000, he was part of an investment group that bought Hammer Films, where he served as CEO until 2006 when the group sold the company. Since 2010, Terry has been teaching, writing novels and undertaking occasional consultancy projects.
After Screen, Nick was founding editor of Moving Pictures. He has worked for the European Film Market and the European Film Awards, freelanced as a journalist and runs consultancy firm Split Screen, advising for various film festivals and national film bodies.
Boyd joined Screen in 1990, became editor in 1994 and left the magazine in 1999. He switched his focus away from film journalism to write about other industries, taking over the editorship of CNBC Business in 2009. Three years ago, he moved to Berlin, where he now lives.