Screen’s Cannes 2013 Competition blog is now complete with the reaction to Jarmusch and Polanski’s films.
The hottest upcoming producers from around the world.
From targeting the best festival for a premiere to connecting with rising talents, Wendy Mitchell asks the experts how new producers can make the most of festivals
Financing independent films is notoriously tough, so how can new producers attract backing? Geoffrey Macnab speaks to the seasoned professionals
First-time producers should understand the commercial appeal of their film and know when to approach a sales company. Andreas Wiseman speaks to key industry sellers about what newcomers need to know about working with them
David Hasselhoff took to the beach in Cannes this week, this time for business meetings not for Baywatch duty.
Leon Forde talks to Amit Kumar about his feature debut Monsoon Shootout, which screens in Cannes as a Midnight Screening.
Jeremy Kay talks to Terry Gilliam about his latest feature The Zero Theorem, which just wrapped production in Romania.
French filmmaker Yann Gonzalez discusses directing Eric Cantona as The Stud in his debut feature You and The Night about a failed orgy which premieres in Cannes Critics’ Week.
IMDb’s founder talks about his love for movies and the company’s huge growth over the years.
It began with a lucky calamity. Paul Schrader and Bret Easton Ellis originally came together to work on Bait, a movie backed by Spanish money that was set up at Lionsgate. When that fell apart, the two creative forces got talking about making something else.
Baz Luhrmann’s Cannes opener The Great Gatsby is his first film in 3D. Will it continue the director’s upward trajectory at the global box office? Ian Sandwell reports.
A group of Screen’s 2012 Future Leaders of Sales and Acquisitions had an informal reunion in Cannes at Canvas on the beach.
Browse the line-up of films selected for the 66th Cannes Film Festival