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Stars Of Tomorrow

Screen presents the Stars of Tomorrow 2011 -- talent destined to shine on the international stage. These rising actors, directors and writers were selected and profiled by Fionnuala Halligan.

Alan Parker & Arjun Rose

The celebrated writer and director of some 14 films including Bugsy Malone, Mississippi Burning and Evita talks to the young film-maker who made his first film in 18 days about the importance of time, titles and trust.

Joe Cornish & Charles Henri Belleville

The director of Attack The Block and co-writer of Steven Spielberg’s The Adventures Of Tintin tells the young film-maker behind The Inheritance what he learned from making his first theatrical feature

Class of 2010: where are they now?

Stars of Tomorrow, today. Screen catches up with the blossoming careers of some of last year’s alumni, including Downton Abbey’s Jessica Brown Findlay and Claire Wilson, who is writing Oliver Twist contemporary retelling Twist for Ruby Films and Rocket Pictures.

Arjun Rose, John Maclean and Colin Kennedy

Stars of Tomorrow 2011 photos

Stars were photographed at London’s Club at the Ivy in June 2011. All photos by Adam Scourfield.

Adam Wimpenny

Working on thrillers The Mandrake Experiment and Rift.

Arjun Rose

Suicide Kids set for release in autumn.

Charles Henri Belleville

Collaborating with Tom Hardy.

Colin Kennedy

After I Love Luci, crossing Atlantic Bridge.

Corin Hardy

Yeti survival story set up at Big Talk.

Frances Lea

Strawberry Fields headed for LFF.

Jay Basu

Prolific writer has The Dinosaur Project.

John Maclean

Michael Fassbender is his Man On A Motorcycle.

Michael Pearce

BAFTA nominated for Rite.

Robert McKillop

To direct a subversive romantic comedy.

Rowan Athale

Wasteland to shoot in September.

Scott Graham

Cannes veteran plans Shell.

Sebastian Foster

Writer has four features in the works.

Stefan Georgiou

Debut feature Dead Cat screened at LUFF.