Michael Fassbender to play two roles in upcoming sci-fi, Australian government to build on incentives.
TorinoFilmLab awards more than $460,000 to several upcoming projects.
The television drama strand will again showcase premium titles at next year’s Berlinale, extending from two days to being spread across the festival.
EXCLUSIVE: As Rams heats up on the festival and awards circuit, Iceland’s Grimur Hákonarson tells Screen about his next feature, The County.
Jerzy Sladkowski’s documentary centres on an autistic man whose mother attempts to make him ‘normal’.
Oscar-winning French director to revisit infamous case of Tennessee novelist accused of murdering wife.
Festival also confirms Michael Moore set to compile next year’s ‘Top 10’.
The 20 and 10-year sentences meted out to Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov’s and his co-defendant Aleksandr Kolchenko have been upheld by the military division of the Russian Supreme Court.
Prize gives film-maker £30,000 ($45,000) and open access to Wellcome Trust scientists and research.
Shanker Raman’s Gurgaon and Rahul Jain’s Machines both picked up Prasad Digital Intermediate Awards at the close of Film Bazaar on Nov 25.
Asia Pacific prizes also awarded to Hany Abu-Assad for The Idol, Alexey German Jr for Under Electric Clouds and cinematographer Mark Lee Ping-bing for The Assassin.
Previewing the annual Latin American sales jamboree
BFI says spending review reduction is “better than anticipated”.
“Deep cuts” would be a “false economy” says British Chancellor, but department admin costs to be cut by 20%.
Film likely to face cuts amid anticipated DCMS budget reduction.
EXCLUSIVE: In a major shift to the documentary festival landscape, CPH:DOX has announced it is to change dates.
From 2016, CPH PIX is moving from its April dates to an autumn slot and will merge with its sister children’s/youth film festival, BUSTER (which formerly ran in September).
Picture about Danish artist Per Kirkeby opened CPH:DOX.
Plus… FilmRise acquired The Champions; Unified’s Red Band Films wraps shooting on The Rake; and Made In NY grant receipents announced.
Screen International presents our 2016 Berlinale/EFM Product Guide
Browse the digital edition of Screen International here, which includes a focus on the leading contenders for animation nominations this awards season…
Browse Screen International’s daily magazines from Goa’s Film Bazaar here.
With the Independent Spirit Award nominations announcement comes the first significant marker for awards season, as pundits and prognosticators read the tea leaves for signs of relative health (or ailment) in each film’s march towards the Oscars.
Todd Haynes discussed his career at a BAFTA Life in Pictures event.
The titular Captain faces off against Iron Man in Marvel’s next superhero blockbuster.
Reports on the making of Inside Out, Shaun The Sheep Movie, The Good Dinosaur, Anomalisa, The Peanuts Movie and Minions
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Local films are enjoying huge success throughout the Nordic region this year.
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Can the traditional end-of-year release of local comedy titles help boost the Italian box office of 2015?
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Weak local titles are suffering in the face of particularly strong product from Hollywood and a dwindling art-house sector in 2015.
How do you turn a great evening ceremony into a meaningful year-round brand? That’s the challenge the new co-directors of the British Independent Film Awards have set for themselves.
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Singapore’s thriving Asia TV Forum & Market is designed to offer real insights into how to reach Asian TV audiences. Silvia Wong reports
The winners, the party and the glamour from the Screen Awards 2015.
The Screen Awards has unveiled its 2015 winners, recognising excellence in UK marketing, distribution and exhibition.