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.
New Europe Film Sales secures further deals in Europe and Asia.
STX’s $50m play, Amazon Studios’ charm offensive and other takeaways from this year’s market.
TrustNordisk has struck multiple Cannes deals for the Norwegian documentary about chess world champion Magnus Carlsen.
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.
The North American rights deal with ICM Partners on Walter Hill’s crime thriller caps a busy Cannes for the distributor.
EXCLUSIVE: Sales outfit strikes deals for three titles in Cannes: Worry Dolls, The Lesson and Last Girl Standing.
British filmmaker Ken Loach wins second Palme d’Or; Asghar Farhadi’s The Salesman wins two.
Producers were highly active on the Croisette as deals flowed in the wake of increased co-production opportunities with the South American country.
Captain Fantastic’s Matt Ross wins director prize; animation The Red Turtle wins special prize.
The Together Project was directed by Solveig Anspach, who died last August.
EXCLUSIVE: UK distributor also acquires upcoming sports biopic Borg vs McEnroe, Directors’ Fortnight title After Love and Scottish indie music doc Lost In France.
Other winners included Mehmet Can Mertoglu’s Albüm and Wregas Bhanuteja’s Penjak.
Japanese director Naomi Kawase led the jury at the 69th Cannes Film Festival.
Nicolas Winding Refn’s The Neon Demon also fails to impress Screen’s roster of critics.
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Graduation, It’s Only The End Of The World and The Unknown Girl all made their bows on today’s Jury Grid.
Fionnuala Halligan blogs on the Cannes Competition titles straight from the Palais.
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Cannes Best Director-winning film-maker talks to Screen about his latest feature Graduation.
The French film-maker speaks to Screen about her Directors’ Fortnight entry, Divines
The director speaks to Screen in Cannes about his new film The Death Of Louis XIV, which plays as a Special Screening.
The director talks to Screen about her Un Certain Regard selection, which stars Lily-Rose Depp and French popstar Soko.
The writer/director spoke to Screen in Cannes about his Competition contender Loving.
Sevigny makes her directorial debut with Kitty, a short that plays in Critics’ Week at this year’s Cannes.
Director Na Hong Jin talks to Screen about his Out of Competition Cannes 2016 title.
Debut director discusses being selected in Cannes’ Uncertain Regard.
Larrain discusses his playful noir, which plays at Cannes in Directors’ Fortnight.
Kristen Stewart stars in the Clouds Of Sils Maria director’s latest feature, which plays in Competition at Cannes.
Writer-director Shahrbanoo Sadat and producer Katja Adomeit talk to Wendy Mitchell about the challenges involved in making the Afghanistan-set drama Wolf And Sheep, which is premiering here in Directors’ Fortnight
The new film from Cannes favourite Park Chan-wook is an adaptation of Sarah Waters’ Victorian era-set lesbian crime novel Fingersmith, transplanted to 1930s Japan.
Garcia discusses her Martion Cotillard-starring Cannes Competition title.
Dutch animator Michael Dudok de Wit talks Un Certain Regard title The Red Turtle.
Michael Russo tracks the history of the Coppola clan in doc The Family Whistle.
The Italian production company run by Riccardo Scamarcio [pictured] and Valeria Golino is back in Cannes.
Brazilian director discusses his Cannes Competition drama.
The film’s producers discuss the long-gestating project.
Triet’s latest stars Virginie Efira as a workaholic Parisian lawyer.
French director discusses his Competition comedy Slack Bay.
The Finnish director makes his debut feature with a boxing story more about romance than the ring.
Stranger By The Lake director competing for the Palme d’Or with Staying Vertical.
Diab talks to Screen about his Un Certain Regard-opener Clash.
The British actor and filmmaker reveals why he chose to centre on a boxer for his second film as a director and taking on the challenge of directing himself.
The Dutch director, whose Basic Instinct opened the Cannes Film Festival in 1992, discusses his Competition title Elle.
Nathan Morlando talks Screen through his coming-of-age drama Mean Dreams, which takes its place in Directors’ Fortnight.
Four years on from the Oscar-nominated War Witch, Kim Nguyen returns with a romantic drama set near the North Pole. Screen speaks to the writer-director.
After his 2014 Jury Prize for Mommy and serving on the Competition jury last year, Quebec writer-director Xavier Dolan returns to Cannes with It’s Only The End Of The World. He tells Screen why his starry film marks a career turning point
A tale of beauty obsession and obsessive beauties in the ruthless world of Los Angeles fashion, The Neon Demon is Nicolas Winding Refn’s first venture into horror. The Danish film-maker and producing partner Lene Borglum tell Wendy Mitchell about their Cannes Competition title
Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-Hsien has had a banner year, with Cannes’ best director prize under his belt and a stint on the Venice jury. He talks to Damon Wise about The Assassin.
Find out who are the hottest upcoming agents from around the world.
LaBeouf will play John McEnroe in forthcoming tennis rivalry film Borg/McEnroe.
Gallagher is here with director Mat Whitecross (pictured) to promote the forthcoming Oasis doc, now titled Supersonic.
Paddy Considine-starring boxing drama will promo screen at Cannes.