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Cannes 2014: Screen's dailies

Read Screen International’s latest daily magazine from the 67th Cannes Film Festival here.

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Cannes daily: Day 8

Cannes daily: Day 7

Features - Honouring the Spirit of Sarajevo, David Robert Mitchell (It Follows)

Reviews - Maps to the Stars, Foxcatcher, Force Majeure, A Girl at my Door, Love at First Fight

Deals - Winter Sleep wakes up Cannes buyers, Glacier mints $100m fund, Little Introduces Debut Slate from Genesius, Visit strikes Critics Week Deals, Rumble Fish arrives with Dealer, First Paris Coproduction Village Readies Projects, MAD to cross borders with 10 Arab Features, Almeida’s film scoops Doc Alliance prize,

Cannes daily: Day 6

Features - Dean Dublois (How to train Your Dragon 2), Jonas Cuaron (Forsaken), On the Frontline, Call of the Capitol (Film London’s 10th anniversary - promotional features)

Reviews - The Wonders, The Homesman, It Follows, The Salvation, A Hard Day, Self Made, The Go-Go Boys

Deals - Sorrentino’s Youth Draws a Crowd, Hanway’s High Rise signs for UK and France, Omar star joins Kapadia’s Ali and Nino, IFB commits to Temple Sheridan, Wilson Films, Microwave powers $3.7 mill fund, IMAX projects first Scandi deal, Russia and Ukraine unite over Sevastopol

Cannes daily: Day 5

FEATURES: The New Money (fifth international Film Finance Forum), Alice Rohrwacher (The Wonders), David Michod (The Rover), Fabrice du Welz (Alleluia), Fantastic Mixer networking event, At the Cutting Edge ( (genre filmmakers), Buzz Titles India
REVIEWS: Winter Sleep, Saint Laurent, The Rover, Wild Tales, Red Army, How to Train Your Dragon 2, Amour Fou,
DEALS: Von Trier producer plans Viking epic, Relativity-Bollywood pact details emerge, TF1 making deals for Serial (Bad) Weddings, Curzon takes all rights to Leviathan, Piccadilly unveils development fund, Cannes hears the call for female film quotas, Chinese animators Mili Pictures opens up in LA, China Rising as Marche is on the Up, Branco makes tracks to Conrad’s Outpost
PHOTO GALLERIES: Gulf Film Party, Tianjin North celebrate Legend of a Rabbit - The Martial of Fire (3D)

Cannes daily: Day 4

All the latest news plus…

FEATURES: Andrew Hulme (Snow in Paradise), Q&A with Sebastiano Riso (Darker than Midnight), Kristian Levring (The Salvation), Buzz Titles - Korea
REVIEWS: The Captive, Catch Me Daddy, The Blue Room, Party Girl, That Lovey Girl, Darker than Midnight, Silvered Water: Syria Self Portrait
DEALS: Backers lust for Iggy Pop doc from Jarmusch, Scanbox sets record by buying seven films in the official selection, Ezekiel boards Ziad Doueiri’s next film L’Insulte
GALLERY: Marche Opens in Style

Cannes daily: Day 3

All the latest news plus…

FEATURES: Israeli producers Menahem Golan and Yorum Globus (Go-Go Boys), Martin Kemp of Spandau Ballet, Q&A with John Boorman, Buzz titles - China and Hong Kong, Selim el Azar, Poland Rising,
REVIEWS: Mr Turner, Timbuktu, Girlhood, Faire: L’Amour
DEALS: Worldview Entertainment to finance and produce Jean-Francois Richet’s thriller Blood Father to star Mel Gibson, Francois Ozon’s The New Girlfriends makes deals, Amour Fou makes early deals

Cannes daily: Day 2

All the latest news plus…

FEATURES: Modern Girl (Mika Kaurismaki’s ‘The Girl King’), Future Leaders - Sales & Distribution, director Celine Sciamma, Marche’s NEXT Initiative 
REVIEWS: Grace of Monaco, Whiplash, Charlie’s Country 
DEALS: Bankside cashes in on Julianne Moore’s Freeheld, Mickey Rourke comedy Ashby, Paramount spends big on sic-fi Story of Your Life, Gaumont brings Florida to Canada and Europe, Memento Films International acquired rights to Kevin Bacon thriller Cop Car, UK distributor picks up Spandau Ballet doc Soul Boys of the Western World

Cannes daily: Day 1

All the latest news plus…

FEATURES: Bennett Miller (Foxcatcher), Is France a Cinephile Nation?, Trade Secrets, Buzz titles Taiwan, Cannes rituals 
DEALS: Alex Walton’s new company Bloom, Wild Bunch takes on sales for Salma Hayak produced Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet, Studio Canal reveals slate including Bastille Day starring Idris Elba, 

 

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