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The Godfather

Seven things to look out for at Tribeca 2017

18-Apr-2017

Politics, the environment and The Godfather set to feature at this year’s Tribeca.

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Thierry Frémaux talks Cannes 2017 selection

13-Apr-2017

‘I don’t give a damn about these nationalistic questions.’ Cannes chief on why regional representation is not his problem… and other matters.

Lipstick Under My Burkha

Mike Dougherty talks Indian Film Festival Of Los Angeles

4-Apr-2017

The director of programming talks censorship, diaspora and non-Bollywood cinema ahead of the 15th annual event that runs in Downtown Los Angeles from April 5-9.

The Lost City Of Z

Charlie Hunnam: Robert Pattinson didn't speak to me during 'The Lost City Of Z'

25-Mar-2017

“I didn’t know if he was just ‘in that zone’ or if he genuinely didn’t like me.”

Pang ho cheung

'Love Off The Cuff' director talks Hong Kong festival opener

16-Mar-2017

Filmmaker Pang Ho Cheung on the third part of his rom-com trilogy, which opens the Hong Kong International Film Festival.

Song To Song

SXSW film chief on hot pics, Judd Apatow return, Joe Biden debut

10-Mar-2017

Festival’s director of film Janet Pierson talks convergence, TV, politics.

Bruno Dumont

Bruno Dumont: 'Film school is not much use for becoming a director'

8-Mar-2017

Cannes habitué talks about his career at Qumra masterclass in Doha.

Still Alice

Christine Vachon talks Killer Films and career

1-Mar-2017

Producer of Boys Don’t Cry, Far From Heaven and Happiness was talking at the Glasgow Film Festival.

Lonergan

'Manchester By The Sea' producer: "We were up all night"

21-Feb-2017

Producer Kevin Walsh tells Jeremy Kay why he was determined to help filmmaker Kenneth Lonergan realise his vision for Manchester By The Sea.

Yang Cheng

Yang Cheng on the future of Chinese arthouse cinema

21-Feb-2017

The Beijing-based producer, who had two films in Berlin, explains why he’s optimistic about the future of arthouse cinema in China.

Jen Handorf

'The Chamber', 'Prevenge' producer talks women in genre

21-Feb-2017

As her latest film screens at Glasgow Film Festival, Jennifer Handorf chats to Screen about carving a niche in her industry.

see saw

See-Saw: how to sustain a red-hot production company

20-Feb-2017

See-Saw co-founders Iain Canning and Emile Sherman tell Matt Mueller what goes into sustaining one of the industry’s hottest independent production houses.

Sebastian Lelio

Berlin Q&A: Sebastián Lelio talks 'A Fantastic Woman'

18-Feb-2017

A Fantastic Woman premiered in competition at the Berlinale. Scooped up by Sony Pictures Classics at the start of the festival, the film has won Berlin’s Teddy Award for LGBT-themed films.

Toni Erdmann

'Toni Erdmann', 'Elle' producer Michel Merkt: 'I need a new challenge on every project'

17-Feb-2017

The name of producer Michel Merkt, whose credits include foreign-language Oscar nominee and festival sensation Toni Erdmann, is little-known internationally. And that’s how he likes it, he tells Melanie Goodfellow.

I Married A Dumbass

Argentina focus: How Patagonik drove record admissions in 2016

17-Feb-2017

Patagonik is not only Argentina’s leading production outfit but one of the world’s most exciting film companies. Artistic director Juan Vera talks to Jeremy Kay.

Trolls Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake talks 'Trolls' and updates on 'Spinning Gold'

17-Feb-2017

The actor-musician is up against La La Land and Moana for this year’s original song Oscar with ‘Can’t Stop The Feeling’ from Trolls.

casting jonbenet

Berlin: Kitty Green and James Schamus on doc 'Casting JonBenet'

14-Feb-2017

Documentary was pre-bought by Netflix ahead of its premiere at Sundance.

monsieur mayonnaise

Berlin: The story behind Philippe Mora doc 'Monsieur Mayonnaise'

14-Feb-2017

The film chronicles Mad Dog Morgan director Mora’s family history, including his father’s time in the French Resistance.

Trudie Styler

Trudie Styler talks directing 'Freak Show' ahead of Berlin premiere

13-Feb-2017

Alex Lawther stars in the story of a teenager who, despite attending an ultra-conservative high school, makes the decision to run for homecoming queen.

The Queen Of Spain

Fernando Trueba on reviving Penelope Cruz's Macarena Granada for 'Queen Of Spain'

13-Feb-2017

Trueba’s Queen Of Spain features in this year’s Berlinale Special programme.

the young karl marx

Berlin Q&A: Raoul Peck, 'The Young Karl Marx'

12-Feb-2017

I Am Not Your Negro director talks Karl Marx and Hollywood diversity.

Josh O Connor and Alec Secareanu in Gods Own Country

'God's Own Country' director Francis Lee talks Sundance hit

11-Feb-2017

Francis Lee, winner of the best director prize in Sundance’s World Cinema Dramatic Competition, talks to Wendy Mitchell about God’s Own Country, screening in Berlin’s Panorama.

Arrival

Participant Media's David Linde talks international expansion

9-Feb-2017

US production powerhouse CEO talks to Jeremy Kay about the impact the company’s new deal with Lionsgate International will have on its strategy.

Django

'Django' star Reda Kateb talks Berlin opener, Trump, minorities

9-Feb-2017

French actor talks playing Django Reinhardt, the future of nomadic cultures and why he’s not worried about an impending trip to the US. 

The Crown

Peter Morgan updates on series two and three of 'The Crown'

8-Feb-2017

Showrunner explains recasting the show and why working with Netflix is “liberating”.

Valerian

Lionsgate UK talks 'La La Land', bold 'Valerian' plan and ways to boost UK film

7-Feb-2017

High on the success of La La Land, Lionsgate UK and Europe CEO Zygi Kamasa tells Andreas Wiseman about his bold plans for Valerian, a move into TV and why he still believes in flexible ticket pricing.

Fences

Viola Davis on taking 'Fences' from stage to screen

3-Feb-2017

Davis and Denzel Washington talk to Elbert Wyche about their lasting impressions of the Oscar-nominated Fences - first on stage and now on film.

Araby

IFFR Tiger directors: Affonso Uchoa and João Dumans on 'Aráby'

1-Feb-2017

Film focuses in on the life of a marginalised worker in contemporary Brazil.

Quality Time

IFFR Tiger directors: Daan Bakker on 'Quality Time'

1-Feb-2017

Irreverent Dutch comedy subtitled ‘A Film in Five Parts’.

Columbus

IFFR Tiger directors: kogonada on 'Columbus'

31-Jan-2017

This stylised coming-of-age movie is set amongst the modernist architecture of Columbus, Indiana.

Sister Of Mine

IFFR Tiger directors: Pedro Aguilera on 'Sister Of Mine (Demonios sus ojos)'

31-Jan-2017

Film features drugs, bondage, voyeurism and sibling incest.

Light Thereafter

IFFR Tiger Directors: Konstantin Bojanov, ‘Light Thereafter’

29-Jan-2017

Birmingham-set film follows a second-generation immigrant who embarks on a road trip to find a legendary French painter.

The Burglar

IFFR Tiger directors: Hagar Ben-Asher talks 'The Burglar'

27-Jan-2017

New film from Israeli film-maker Hagar Ben-Asher revolves around a lonely girl whose life is turned around after her apartment is burgled.

Sexy Durga

IFFR Tiger directors: Sanal Kumar Sasidharan on Malayalam drama 'Sexy Durga'

27-Jan-2017

Emerging Indian writer-director talks largely improvised female-focused road movie, which is world premiering in Rotterdam.

I Love Dick

Jill Soloway talks new Amazon series and "scary" Donald Trump

23-Jan-2017

The Emmy-winning creator of Transparent won the directing award at Sundance 2013 for her debut feature Afternoon Delight and talks about her return to Park City with the first three episodes of the Amazon Studios series I Love Dick.

Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart discusses her directing debut at Sundance

21-Jan-2017

The celebrated actor called her Sundance short “a full-frontal heartbreak movie”.

Arrival

Villeneuve, producers on the making of $50m sci-fi 'Arrival'

13-Jan-2017

How did a hot indie director and a producer of broad Hollywood comedies come together to make the cerebral sci-fi hit Arrival? Director Villeneuve and the film’s lead producers talk to Tom Grater.

Fences

Denzel Washington talks Golden Globe winner 'Fences'

10-Jan-2017

The filmmaking team behind Fences talk to Elbert Wyche about the challenges of taking a Tony-winning play from stage to screen - with the entire Broadway cast.

The Sense of An Ending

Michael Lerman, PSIFF artistic director

1-Jan-2017

In his first year as artistic director at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, Lerman looks ahead to a handful of anticipated highlights in the 2017 programme.

Christine

Rebecca Hall on playing tragic reporter Christine Chubbuck: "I was really haunted by this one"

28-Dec-2016

The actress tells us about the painful process of bringing journalist Christine Chubbuck’s life, and not just her infamous death, to the big screen.

Amanda Berry

Bafta chief exec Amanda Berry talks eligibility shake-up, diversity push

28-Dec-2016

Amanda Berry tells Wendy Mitchell about this year’s eligibility refinements and new moves to stimulate a more diverse membership.

Allied

Why costume design is so important in 'Allied'

28-Dec-2016

UK costume designer Joanna Johnston explains how the clothing worn by Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard reflects their characters’ dramatic arcs.

luke davis lion

Screenwriter Luke Davies on how he avoided the "bad path" with 'Lion'

28-Dec-2016

Writer discusses collaborating with director Garth Davis and avoiding sentimentality on the awards-contending drama.

Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams on 'Manchester By The Sea': "I was afraid that I just wouldn’t measure up"

27-Dec-2016

Michelle Williams packs a powerful punch in Kenneth Lonergan’s awards-season front-runner Manchester By The Sea, despite very limited screen time.

Fantastic Beasts and where to find them

How the 'Fantastic Beasts' VFX team created a world of amazing monsters

27-Dec-2016

For the first instalment in Warner Bros’ planned five-film follow-up to the Harry Potter franchise, the visual-effects team transposed JK Rowling’s wizarding world to 1926 New York City.

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'Nocturnal Animals' cinematographer Seamus McGarvey talks the hardest sequence he's ever shot

26-Dec-2016

For twice Oscar-nominated UK cinematographer Seamus McGarvey, working with Tom Ford on Nocturnal Animals was an experience like no other.

20th Century Women

Annette Bening: "Good directors don’t say a lot"

24-Dec-2016

The legendary actress discusses her role in Mike Mills’ critically acclaimed 20th Century Women.

My Scientology Movie

How Louis Theroux’s 'My Scientology Movie' conquered cinemas

23-Dec-2016

Theroux, director John Dower and producer Simon Chinn tell Screen about making their “ambitious cinematic documentary”.

Fantastic Beasts

'Fantastic Beasts': why the New York sets were mostly built in Watford

23-Dec-2016

Legendary Harry Potter production designer Stuart Craig tells us how he built the world of Fantastic Beasts.

Legion Of Brothers

John Battsek talks Oscar-winning documentary career, future projects

21-Dec-2016

What does it take to produce award-winning documentaries year after year? Two-time Oscar winner John Battsek talks to Geoffrey Macnab about story, scale and the one rule of financing he sets himself.

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