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Misha Green talks historical drama 'Underground'

The co-creator and co-showrunner talks to Elbert Wyche about creating a critical hit and Emmy hopeful that explores slavery in America.


Doc/Fest: 'Wilders' director on politics, perfection and picking winners

“We want to be the Ryanair of the film business”

Armed With Faith

Doc/Fest Q&A: 'Armed With Faith' directors talk bomb disposal doc

Geeta Gandbhir and Asad Faruqi on their Doc/Fest world premiere.

In The Fade

Cannes Competition Q&A: Fatih Akin on 'In The Fade'

The Turkish-German filmmaker on Cannes, Netflix and feeling like “the enemy” in his own country

Becoming Cary Grant

Cannes Classic doc explores Cary Grant's LSD habit

A documentary about the late actor examines a little-known aspect of his life.

claes bang in the square

Cannes Interview: 'The Square' actor Claes Bang

Screen talks to Danish actor in Cannes.

Sean Baker Florida Project

Sean Baker on 'The Florida Project': 'I didn’t want to become the iPhone guy'

US indie director talks his Directors’ Fortnight premiere.

Michel Hazanavicius

Cannes Q&A: Michel Hazanavicius on Godard film 'Redoubtable'

French director discusses his return to Cannes Competition.

Grace Jones

Grace Jones talks new doc: 'It will be like seeing me naked"

Pop culture icon on Sophie Fiennes-directed feature.

The Day After

Q&A: Hong Sangsoo on having two films in Cannes this year

Korean film-maker and Cannes regular talks The Day After and Claire’s Camera.

A Ciambra

'A Ciambra', 'Patti Cake$' producer: "our main goal is a theatrical experience"

RT Features CEO Rodrigo Teixeira talks working on a host of festival favourites.

A Ciambra

Cannes Q&A: Jonas Carpignano talks migrant drama 'A Ciambra'

Italian director discusses his Mediterranea follow up.


Cannes boss Thierry Frémaux: "I was a beggar and I became a prince"

Ahead of the Festival’s 70th birthday, the Cannes delegate general shares his Cannes memories.

Bong Joon Ho on set of Okja

'Okja' director Bong Joon Ho talks Cannes Competition, Netflix

Korean director talks being in Cannes Competition with his Netflix-backed feature.

John Hurt Jeremy Thomas Naomi Campbell

Jeremy Thomas talks his Cannes highs and lows

Screen spoke to the British uber-producer about 46 years of Cannes adventures.