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Olivier Assayas

Olivier Assayas talks Kristen Stewart, "the best actress of her generation"

Personal Shopper director discusses collaborating with Roman Polanski and a new bid to re-float passion project Idol’s Eye.

Marcel Hoehn

'The Swissmakers' producer Marcel Hoehn reflects on distinguished career

Veteran producer talks to Screen as he receives a lifetime achievement award from Zurich Film Festival.

Hugh Grant

Hugh Grant: "I don’t view myself as a fan of rom-coms"

Hugh Grant managed to orchestrate a graceful retreat from show business but Florence Foster Jenkins proved too compelling to stay away for good.


Toronto Q&A: Ana Lily Amirpour talks 'The Bad Batch'

The director discusses her follow-up to A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night and the “chaotic absurdity” of the Trump campaign.

Steve James

Toronto Q&A: Steve James on doc 'Abacus: Small Enough To Jail'

The acclaimed director of Hoop Dreams discusses his latest documentary, which focuses on the only company to be indicted following the 2008 mortgage crisis.


Toronto interview: 'Occupied' director Erik Skjoldbjærg talks 'Pyromaniac'

Director discusses his sixth feature, which plays this week at TIFF.

Toronto Q&A: Konkona Sen Sharma talks Bengali drama 'A Death In The Gunj'

Indian film-maker’s debut feature plays in TIFF’s Special Presentations strand.


Feng Xiaogang talks film-making challenges in China

I Am Not Madame Bovary director says that “the market is super hot” but financiers are “muddying the water”.


Production focus: Barry Jenkins's 'Moonlight' Video

Telling the tale of a life over three parts — and using three actors — Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight is a searing study of how a young person is shaped by a hostile environment. Jeremy Kay meets the film-makers.

Baltasar Kormakur

Set report: Baltasar Kormakur's 'The Oath'

Director Baltasar Kormakur returns to his Icelandic roots for thriller The Oath, which also sees him back in front of the camera. Wendy Mitchell reports from the Reykjavik set.


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Box Office 2016: summer of surprises

Following 2015’s spectacular summer box office, it felt like 2016 would struggle to keep up. Surprisingly, even with the Euro football championships and the Olympics, the pace hasn’t been far off. By Charles Gant



Toronto 2016: Film Profiles

From westerns and concert movies to crime dramas, this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (Sept 8-18) selection is as eclectic as ever. Screen rounds up the world premieres and more…

Zurich Film Festival: hot picks and what not to miss

The starry Zurich Film Festival continues its upward trajectory. Michael Rosser reports.



Exits, endings and expectation (COMMENT)

Screen editor Matt Mueller discusses Brexit and looks forward to Toronto and Venice.

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Zurich: Harvey Weinstein says Trump "appeals to the worst in us"

Harvey Weinstein talked Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton at the 12th Zurich Film Festival.

WATCH: First trailer for Venice premiere 'Are We Not Cats' Video

EXCLUSIVE: Xander Robin’s feature film debut closes Critics’ Week.

The Blind Christ

WATCH: First trailer for Venice premiere 'The Blind Christ' Video

EXCLUSIVE: Spanish drama stars Michael Silva as a man who believes he has experienced a divine revelation.

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What Thor did during ‘Civil War’ Video

Ever wondered what the god of thunder got up to while everyone else was smashing each other up in Captain America: Civil War? (And Hulk, for that matter.)

What’s the purpose of film festivals in the 21st Century?

Screen asked the participants at the sixth annual Developing Your Film Festival course what tips they took away from expert speakers and their peers.


WATCH: First trailer for Locarno premiere 'Afterlov' Video

EXCLUSIVE: Greek comedy-drama stars Haris Fragoulis and Iro Bezou.


Locarno: 'Standing Tall' team win inaugural European Casting Director Award

Antoinette Boulat and Elsa Pharaon took home the prize, which has been founded to recognise an overlooked film-making sector.

Katrien Roos

How to… navigate the UK child licensing regime

How to avoid sanctions when working with young performers, according to Harbottle & Lewis associate Katrien Roos.

Oliver Stone PSA

Oliver Stone’s views on mobile telephony Video

Want to get the audience to switch off their phones before a screening? This is how the Snowden director does it.

Taxi Driver

'Taxi Driver' gets 40th anniversary trailer Video

EXCLUSIVE: International trailer launches to celebrate 40th anniversary of Martin Scorsese classic.