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Cristian Mungiu

Cristian Mungiu to preside over Cannes Cinéfondation jury

21-Mar-2017 | By

Monica Belluci named master of ceremonies.

Kleber Mendonca Filho

Kleber Mendonça Filho to head Cannes Critics' Week jury

16-Mar-2017 | By

Aquarius director leads jury that will award the Nespresso Grand Prize. 

Fleur Pellerin

Cannes TV festival sets Fleur Pellerin as president

8-Mar-2017 | By Melanie Goodfellow

Previously announced event for TV series will run alongside MipTv.

Cannes Croisette

Cannes Marché reveals Frontières genre forum details

6-Mar-2017 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Trio of projects garner praise from industry; dates set for Cannes producer pitching event.

Cannes Croisette

Cannes Atelier to host UK, Palestinian, Asian projects

3-Mar-2017 | By Will Tentindo

The Cannes Atelier will feature 15 titles.

Werner Herzog

Cannes: Werner Herzog to receive Directors' Fortnight Carrosse d’Or Award

6-Feb-2017 | By

French Film Directors Guild to fete German legend.

Arab Critics Awards

First Arab Critics Awards to launch at Cannes 2017

31-Jan-2017 | By

A 25-strong jury of critics will present five prizes to Arabic feature films that have played at international festivals.

Pedro Almodóvar

Pedro Almodóvar named Cannes jury president

31-Jan-2017 | By

Spanish auteur said he was “grateful, honoured and a bit overwhelmed.”

Pierre Lescure re-elected as Cannes Film Festival president

16-Jan-2017 | By

Lescure unanimously re-elected ahead of the festival’s 70th edition.

Thierry Fremaux

Thierry Frémaux to present Lumière brothers tribute in Dubai

9-Nov-2016 | By Melanie Goodfellow

Cannes Film Festival and Institut Lumière chief to introduce the Gulf to work of cinema pioneers at DIFF.

Thierry Fremaux

Thierry Frémaux flies into Toronto for Lumière tribute

11-Sep-2016 | By Melanie Goodfellow

Cannes head will be live-narrating his archive film Lumière! at the festival.

Lynne Ramsay Joaquin Phoenix

Studiocanal swoops on Lynne Ramsay-Joaquin Phoenix thriller

1-Jul-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Hot Cannes package You Were Never Really Here has secured a UK deal; shoot due to get underway late summer.

Loving Vincent

CMG adds 'Loving Vincent' sales in Cannes

15-Jun-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Edward Noeltner’s Cinema Management Group has reported robust sales on the Croisette led by its hotly anticipated ‘painted animation’ starring Saoirse Ronan.

Whitney Houston

Miramax picks up rights to Whitney Houston doc

14-Jun-2016 | By

The company is reteaming with Roadside Attractions to handle the US theatrical release on Kevin Macdonald’s upcoming film.

Michel Hazanavicius

Dakota Johnson, Michel Hazanavicius titles head to Italy

13-Jun-2016 | By Melanie Goodfellow

EXCLUSIVE: Rome-based distributor Cinema pre-bought six new titles at Cannes.

Train To Busan

Well Go USA Entertainment boards 'Train To Busan'

9-Jun-2016 | By

The distributor has pounced on North American rights to Yeon Sang-ho’s zombie apocalypse thriller that played at Midnight Screenings in Cannes.

After The Storm

Kore-eda's Cannes title 'After The Storm' secures UK deal

9-Jun-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Arrow Films strikes deal with Wild Bunch for Un Certain Regard title.


13 Films reports Cannes rush for 'Extortion', 'Manhattan Nocturne'

7-Jun-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: President Tannaz Anisi and her team have returned from the Croisette following a slew of deals on two of the company’s prestige titles.


Netflix reveals Cannes haul including hits 'Divines', 'Aquarius'

7-Jun-2016 | By Tom Grater

The streaming giant has revealed eight Cannes acquisitions a day after it announced its first Indian original.

Operation Chromite

'Temple', 'Drone', 'The Titan' among Signature's Cannes deals

7-Jun-2016 | By Tom Grater

The UK outfit has revealed five acquisitions made in Cannes.

The Handmaiden

Curzon Artificial Eye acquires Cannes title 'The Handmaiden'

3-Jun-2016 | By Michael Rosser

Park Chan-wook’s adaptation of Sarah Waters’ lesbian-themed Fingersmith played in Competition.

Sierra / Affinity scores prestige Cannes sales

2-Jun-2016 | By

Nick Meyer announced on Thursday a slew of deals on the company’s heavyweight Croisette sales roster, led by such highlights as Molly’s Game, Tully, Anon, and Villa Capri.

The Happiest Day In The Life of Olli Maki

MUBI acquires Cannes winner 'Olli Maki'; Bruno Dumont's 'Slack Bay'

2-Jun-2016 | By Michael Rosser

Streaming service acquires rights for US and UK.

The Salesman Forushande

Memento sells Cannes award-winner 'The Salesman' to UK, Germany

31-May-2016 | By Melanie Goodfellow

EXCLUSIVE: Memento also secures deals for Bruno Dumont’s Cannes contender Slack Bay.


Arrow targets Cannes title 'Apprentice' for UK Video

27-May-2016 | By Melanie Goodfellow

EXCLUSIVE: Paris-based Luxbox secures new sales on Un Certain Regard title.

Borg McEnroe Shia La Beouf

'Borg Vs McEnroe', 'Rita Hayworth', 'Mortal' among Ascot Cannes buys

26-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

EXCLUSIVE: Deals with IM Global, SF Studios and Radiant Films.

D Films snaps up 'Under The Silver Lake'

25-May-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: The Canadian distributor has added one of the most sought-after projects from the Cannes Marché to its slate.

Paul Hanson

Covert Media, Todd Garner strike pact

25-May-2016 | By

Paul Hanson has signed a two-year, first look co-financing and co-production deal with the former Revolution Studios partner and producer of Knight And Day and the Paul Blart: Mall Cop franchise.

One Week And A Day

Oscilloscope takes Cannes black comedy 'One Week And A Day' for US

24-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

New Europe Film Sales secures further deals in Europe and Asia.

Cannes: Market wrap

24-May-2016 | By

STX’s $50m play, Amazon Studios’ charm offensive and other takeaways from this year’s market.


Arrow takes chess doc 'Magnus' for UK

24-May-2016 | By Tom Grater

TrustNordisk has struck multiple Cannes deals for the Norwegian documentary about chess world champion Magnus Carlsen.


Cannes buyers spark to Electric’s 'Blackway'

23-May-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Sonia Mehandjiyska and her team have reported a strong response on the Croisette to the thriller starring Anthony Hopkins, Julia Stiles and Ray Liotta.

Saban Films picks up 'Tomboy, A Revenger’s Tale'

23-May-2016 | By

The North American rights deal with ICM Partners on Walter Hill’s crime thriller caps a busy Cannes for the distributor.

worry dolls

Cannes: Jinga scores North America hat-trick

23-May-2016 | By Tom Grater

EXCLUSIVE: Sales outfit strikes deals for three titles in Cannes: Worry Dolls, The Lesson and Last Girl Standing.

Ken Loach on the set of I Daniel Blake

Cannes: Ken Loach's 'I, Daniel Blake' wins Palme d'Or; full list of winners

22-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

British filmmaker Ken Loach wins second Palme d’Or; Asghar Farhadi’s The Salesman wins two.

Toni Erdmann

Cannes: 'Toni Erdmann' tops final Screen Jury Grid

22-May-2016 | By Tom Grater

Maren Ade’s comedy-drama set the highest score in the history of the Jury Grid.

Chilean producers find deals in Cannes

22-May-2016 | By

Producers were highly active on the Croisette as deals flowed in the wake of increased co-production opportunities with the South American country.

The Happiest Day In The Life Of Olli Maki

Cannes: 'The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki' wins Un Certain Regard prize

21-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

Captain Fantastic’s Matt Ross wins director prize; animation The Red Turtle wins special prize.

Wolf And Sheep

'Wolf And Sheep', 'The Together Project' win at Directors' Fortnight Video

21-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

The Together Project was directed by Solveig Anspach, who died last August.

Lars von Trier

Cannes: Curzon Artificial Eye acquires Lars Von Trier's 'The House That Jack Built'

20-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

EXCLUSIVE: UK distributor also acquires upcoming sports biopic Borg vs McEnroe, Directors’ Fortnight title After Love and Scottish indie music doc Lost In France.


Cannes: 'Mimosas' wins top Critics' Week prize

20-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

Other winners included Mehmet Can Mertoglu’s Albüm and Wregas Bhanuteja’s Penjak.

Cannes: Cinéfondation 2016 winners revealed

20-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

Japanese director Naomi Kawase led the jury at the 69th Cannes Film Festival.

Cannes: Sean Penn's 'The Last Face' sets Jury Grid low

20-May-2016 | By Tom Grater

Nicolas Winding Refn’s The Neon Demon also fails to impress Screen’s roster of critics.

'Toni Erdmann' racks up key sales for The Match Factory

19-May-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: UK, Italy, Australia, Spain among a host of key sales on Cannes Competition hit.

Graduation Bacalaureat

Cannes: Mungiu impresses, Dolan disappoints on Screen’s Jury Grid

19-May-2016 | By Tom Grater

Graduation, It’s Only The End Of The World and The Unknown Girl all made their bows on today’s Jury Grid.

Mrs B A North Korean Woman

Korea trafficking doc 'Mrs B' set for feature adaptation

19-May-2016 | By Melanie Goodfellow

Paris-based Zorba is developing a slate of Asia-set projects and will produce Jero Yun’s debut fiction feature, Ma Mère.

Paradise 89

Latvia celebrates centennial with $8.5m film fund

19-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

A total of 16 features will receive funding from the country’s national film centre.


Cannes: Tallinn Black Nights launches Storytek

19-May-2016 | By Tiffany Pritchard

The initiative will support 20 projects exploring alternative storytelling through digital technologies.

The Red Turtle

Sony Pictures Classics acquires animation 'The Red Turtle'

19-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

Animation co-produced by Wild Bunch and Studio Ghibli premiered at Cannes in Un Certain Regard.

Olga Kurylenko

Olga Kurylenko to join Gilliam's 'Don Quixote'

18-May-2016 | By Tiffany Pritchard

Terry Gilliam revealed further details about his long in the works Don Quixote film in Cannes.

The Salesman

Amazon Studios buys 'The Salesman', 'The Dressmaker'

18-May-2016 | By

The story of Cannes 2016 continued apace on Wednesday as Asghar Farhadi’s late addition to the Competition became one of the latest titles headed for Prime Video customers.

Amazon's charm tactics cheer a muted Cannes market

18-May-2016 | By

STX made a big splash, while Amazon’s charm offensive overshadowed Netflix.

Screen Cannes 2016 Daily 1

Cannes 2016: Screen's dailies


Read Screen International’s daily magazine from the 69th Cannes Film Festival here.


Cannes panel: Theatrical experience key to Amazon strategy

18-May-2016 | By

Amazon executives discussed sales companies, emerging filmmakers, women directors and disruption.

Halle Berry

Halle Berry's LA Riots drama 'Kings' sold into Europe

18-May-2016 | By Melanie Goodfellow

EXCLUSIVE: Studiocanal takes UK rights for riots drama..


Cannes UCR opener 'Clash' sold to Europe, Asia

18-May-2016 | By Melanie Goodfellow

EXCLUSIVE: Post-Egyptian revolution drama set in police van opened Un Certain Regard. 

Cedric Ido

MK2 Films boards Barry and Ido’s comedy 'Chateau'

18-May-2016 | By Melanie Goodfellow

EXCLUSIVE: Film is set in Paris’s African neighbourhood of Chateau d’Eau.

Borg McEnroe Shia La Beouf

Tennis rivals 'Borg/McEnroe' served to France's Pretty Pictures

18-May-2016 | By Wendy Mitchell

EXCLUSIVE: Shia LaBeouf and Sverrir Gudnason star as John McEnroe and Bjorn Borg.

One Week And A Day

New Europe scores 'One Week And A Day' sales

18-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

EXCLUSIVE: Asaph Polonsky’s black comedy has gone to Brazil and Italy.


Japan's Gaga mounts Jonathan English’s 'Dias'

18-May-2016 | By Melanie Goodfellow

EXCLUSIVE: MFI clocks new sales on Greece-set thriller.

Merci Patron

Jour2fête docs 'Merci Patron!', 'Robert Doisneau' score sales

18-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

EXCLUSIVE: French company Jour2fête closes agreements.

Doc Day Cannes 2016

Cannes Doc Day: Making an impact with emotions, not just issues

18-May-2016 | By Wendy Mitchell

The Cannes Marche featured an enhanced documentary offering this year.

Oskar Jonasson

Truenorth lines up English-language projects

18-May-2016 | By Wendy Mitchell

The company has added Oskar Jonasson’s The Malaga Prisoner and Michael G Kehoe’s Keflavik to its production slate.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui

'Raman Raghav 2.0' star Nawazuddin Siddiqui to play Indian writer Manto

18-May-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Gangs Of Wasseypur actor will star in Nandita Das’ biopic.

Cannes: 'Aquarius' debuts strongly on Screen Jury Grid

18-May-2016 | By Tom Grater

Kleber Mendonca Filho’s film bows third on the list, behind Paterson and table-topper Toni Erdmann.

FilmRise, Content Media strike sales pact

18-May-2016 | By

FilmRise has appointed Content Media Corporation as its exclusive international sales agent.

Joanne Froggatt

Genesius picks up 'Starfish' starring Joanne Froggatt, Tom Riley

18-May-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: True-life drama stars Joanne Froggatt and Tom Riley.

AFM projects theatre boost

18-May-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: This year’s edition of the market will utilise the renovated Monica Film Center and the Arclight at the Santa Monica Place shopping centre.


Jodorowsky, Aronofsky head to Reykjavik

18-May-2016 | By Wendy Mitchell

Iceland’s Reykjavik film festival will host both directors at its 13th edition.

US Briefs: GKIDS acquires 'The Girl Without Hands'

18-May-2016 | By

Plus: Adopt takes UCR entry Beyond The Mountains And Hills: Oscilloscope snaps up two.

No Wave

SVoD platform Nowave to launch in UK, France

18-May-2016 | By Melanie Goodfellow

Service plans to roll out in 140 countries.

The Suffering

Horror 'The Suffering', 'A Demon Within' acquired

18-May-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Companies have taken all international rights on the Robert Hamilton horror from Blue Fox.

Ghent film fest to honour 'Revenant' composer Ryuichi Sakamoto

18-May-2016 | By

Festival’s soundtrack awards will have a TV focus this year, including performances of the Fargo and House Of Cards [picturted] soundtracks.

Robert De Niro

Lazio Film Commission on the rise in Cannes

18-May-2016 | By Gabriele Niola

Projects to receive funding include a remake of Roman Holiday, which the Lazio governor says has attracted interest from Robert De Niro.

Lars von Trier

Lars Von Trier’s 'The House That Jack Built' cuts early deals

17-May-2016 | By Wendy Mitchell

EXCLUSIVE: TrustNordisk secures pre-sales on serial killer feature.

Full Speed Ahead

Action comedy 'Full Speed' races across Europe, Asia

17-May-2016 | By Melanie Goodfellow

EXCLUSIVE: Other Angle also closed deals on 


Francois Ozon’s 'Frantz' sold across Europe, South America

17-May-2016 | By Melanie Goodfellow

EXCLUSIVE: Film expected to premiere in A-list autumn festival.

Like Crazy

Paolo Virzi’s 'Like Crazy' sold by Bac

17-May-2016 | By Melanie Goodfellow

EXCLUSIVE: Road movie has premiered at Cannes in Directors’ Fortnight.

Keanu Reeves

Keanu Reeves sci-fi 'Replicas' sold around world

17-May-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Jeffrey Nachmanoff will direct Chad St John’s sci-fi thriller screenplay.

Insiders, MadRiver consolidate sales operations

17-May-2016 | By

Insiders’ Vincent Maraval and MadRiver Pictures’ Marc Butan and Kim Fox have consolidated their international sales operations to form IMR International.


Mongrel Internartional strikes UK deal on 'Viva'

17-May-2016 | By

Mongrel International has licensed UK rights in Cannes to Viva, last season’s Irish foreign-language Oscar submission.

Andrus Ansip

Ansip offers Digital Single Market reassurance in Cannes

17-May-2016 | By

Talking to Screen in Cannes, the European commissioner said that there had been scaremongering around the issue.

Alberto Barbera

Venice chief Barbara talks festival additions, revamped market

17-May-2016 | By Gabriele Niola

Festival will revamp its market offering this year under the new name Venice Production Bridge.

Scanbox adds 'Like Crazy', 'Clash', 'I, Daniel Blake'

17-May-2016 | By Wendy Mitchell

EXCLUSIVE: Company also takes Cannes titles Cafe Society, The Neon Demon, The Salesman.

Anurag Kashyap’s 'Giddy' on US-India genre slate

17-May-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Blumhouse, Ivanhoe and Phantom Films are teaming on a slate of three local-language films.

Fyodor Bondarchuk

'Stalingrad' team line up sci-fi 'Attraction'

17-May-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Fedor Bondarchuk and Dmitry Rudovsky have revealed their production slate in Cannes.


First female-centric film finance initiative launches in Cannes

17-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

Boudica is headed by co-financiers of seven films including The Falling and Iona.

Tara Reid

JC Ollana buys Spanish outfit Rebel Movies

17-May-2016 | By Elisabet Cabeza

The sales and production company specialises in genre, but is looking to explore other genres.

Twisted Juice

'Twisted Justice' to open NYAFF

17-May-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Go Ayano stars in the film crime drama based on detective Yoshiaki Inaba’s autobiography.


Cannes: Jim Jarmusch’s 'Paterson' impresses Screen Jury Grid

17-May-2016 | By Tom Grater

Drama starring Adam Driver clocked the second highest score of the year.

Xavier Samuel

'Twilight' star joins Australian thriller 'Bad Blood'

17-May-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Xavier Samuel has joined the Australian suspense thriller along with San Andreas actor Morgan Griffin.

Love Is All You Need

Shoreline finds 'Love Is All You Need?'

17-May-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: The US sales company has also started talks on Sarah Gordon’s It Had To Be You.


Kino Lorber snaps up edible insects doc 'Bugs'

17-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

EXCLUSIVE: Andreas Johnsen’s documentary debuted at Tribeca.


Southeast Asia directors line up art-inspired omnibus

17-May-2016 | By

The five award-winning directors will each make a short film inspired by a piece of art from their region.


Scottish film studio gets greenlight

17-May-2016 | By

Studio which has hosted Sony’s Outlander [pictured] gets council approval for expansion.

Col Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore

India to receive producers portal

17-May-2016 | By

India’s Minister of State revealed the portal in Cannes.

Endless Poetry

Chile boosts development ties with new funds

17-May-2016 | By

Territory aims to forge stronger ties with five territories here in Cannes to boost co-productions.

Danny Diamondback

Kaleidoscope selling animation 'Danny Diamondback'

17-May-2016 | By

Shaun The Sheep director Darren Walsh will helm the feature.

No Filter

FilmSharks trades on 'No Filter' remake rights

17-May-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Original racked up more than 1.3 million admissions.

Toni Erdmann_2

Cannes hits 'Toni Erdmann', 'Sieranevada' secure sales

16-May-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: German comedy Toni Erdmann is attracting buyers following a strong critical reception.

May 13, 2015

Mrs B A North Korean Woman

Korea trafficking doc 'Mrs B' set for feature adaptation

Paris-based Zorba is developing a slate of Asia-set projects and will produce Jero Yun’s debut fiction feature, Ma Mère.

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