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Manchester By The Sea

Kenneth Lonergan, 'Manchester By The Sea'

Arguably the most acclaimed film in Sundance, Kenneth Lonergan’s Premieres selection packs a punch and sparked a $10m US buy from Amazon Studios that will include a theatrical launch most likely during awards season.

The Birth Of A Nation

Nate Parker talks Sundance hit 'The Birth Of A Nation'

You may know the name Nate Parker from his roles in The Great Debaters, Non-Stop and Arbitrage. Then Monday afternoon happened at the Eccles in Sundance.

Embers

Slamdance directors: Claire Carré, 'Embers'

SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Claire Carré talks to Jeremy Berkowitz about the challenges of a first feature, her fascination with memory and building the world of her film using places across the globe.

Doron Weber

Doron Weber, The Sloan Foundation

As Sundance prepares to announce the winner of the Alfred P. Sloan Prize, Jeremy Kay talks to the Sloan Foundation’s vice-president and programme director about his mission to further public understanding of science, technology and economics through grant allocation and partnership with film schools around the US.

A Good Wife

Sundance directors: Mirjana Karanovic, 'A Good Wife'

Acclaimed Serbian actress Mirjana Karanovic discusses the inspiration for her directorial debut about a woman who discovers her husband’s war crimes.

Driftwood

Slamdance directors: Paul Taylor, 'Driftwood'

SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Filmmaker Paul Taylor talks with Jeremy Berkowitz about the use of dialogue in film, creating an alternate universe on screen and the influence Greek mythology has on his work.

Kalinka

Paris RDV: Vincent Garenq talks true-crime drama 'Kalinka'

SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Director discusses new crime-drama starring Daniel Auteuil, his passion for true stories and future projects

Jeremy Lalonde

Slamdance directors: Jeremy Lalonde, 'How To Plan An Orgy In A Small Town'

SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Jeremy Lalonde takes the coming-of-age formula and turns it on its head: what if the protagonist was a confident teen gazelle who becomes a Sex And The City-style big city writer and the plot was about her return to her hometown to plan an orgy?

Composers: Daniel Pemberton, 'Steve Jobs'

Having worked with Ridley Scott, Guy Ritchie and now Danny Boyle on Steve Jobs, Daniel Pemberton is rapidly becoming one of the industry’s most sought-after composers.

Winter On Fire

Q&A: Evgeny Afineevsky talks 'Winter On Fire'

The director discuss his documentary about the recent Ukrainian Revolution.

What Happened Miss Simone

Q&A: Liz Garbus on 'What Happened, Miss Simone?'

The director discusses her Nina Simone documentary.

Thithi

Palm Springs Q&A: Raam Reddy, 'Thithi'

The director discusses his India-US drama, which premired at Locarno in August.

Palm Springs Q&A: Thomas Stuber, 'A Heavy Heart'

The Leipzig-based director tells Jeremy Kay about earning the trust of his star, stage veteran Peter Kurth, who portrays a former East German boxer who receives life-changing news

Departure

Palm Springs Q&A: Andrew Steggall, 'Departure'

The director on his coming-of-age love story set in the south of France.

Quo Vado

Pietro Valsecchi eyes box office gold in Checco Zalone comedy 'Quo Vado?'

Screen Subscribers: Screen sat down with the producer behind Italian hit factory Taodue.

Where To Invade Next

Michael Moore talks 'Where To Invade Next'

Michael Moore reveals how his electrifying Where To Invade Next was made under the radar.

je suis charlie

'Je Suis Charlie': documenting the aftermath of a tragedy

SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: On the day of Je Suis Charlie’s release in France, co-directors Daniel and Emmanuel Leconte discuss their doc about Charlie Hebdo’s survivors and the recent Paris atrocities.

Q&A: Rishika Lulla Singh, CEO, Eros Digital

The head of Eros International’s digital division discusses the growth of VOD in India.

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