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Maddie Hasson

The Solution boards 'Anna Dressed In Blood'

3-May-2016 | By

Lisa Wilson and her team will kick off sales in Cannes on the YA property that Twilight creator Stephenie Meyer and her Fickle Fish Films partner Meghan Hibbett will produce.

Maxine Peake Charles Dance Freddie Fox

Maxine Peake, Charles Dance, Freddie Fox wrap 'Fanny Lye Deliver’d'

3-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

EXCLUSIVE: Period drama from director Thomas Clay and the producer of the well-received Couple In A Hole.

Julian Assange in Risk

Cannes Marché revamps documentary offering

3-May-2016 | By Tom Grater

EXCLUSIVE: Gianfranco Rosi, Laura Poitras to speak at inaugural Doc Day; Marché to launch dedicated screening room for documentaries.

'Captain America: Civil War' lands with $21.2m UK debut

3-May-2016 | By Ian Sandwell

It’s another Disney one-two at the top as The Jungle Book posts impressive $8.4m (£5.7m) third weekend for $49m (£33.2m) to date.

Hands Of Stone

Robert De Niro's 'Hands Of Stone' to world premiere at Cannes Video

3-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

Cannes Film Festival adds Jonathan Jakubowicz-directed boxing drama to Official Selection.

Another Year

Cannes archives: Mike Leigh tops Screen's Jury Grid 2010

3-May-2016 | By Katy Young

In the lead up to Cannes, we revisit the 2010 Screen Jury Grid and reflect on what critics around the world had to say about the films in Competition.

PriFest A Good Wife

Kosovo's PriFest reveals award winners

3-May-2016 | By Tom Grater

A Good Wife won best film in the Balkan competition, while the best pitch prize went to The Witch Hunters, but the festival faces an uncertain future.

Jeonju Project Market winners

Poet’s Love takes top prize at Jeonju Project Market

3-May-2016 | By

Kim Yang-hee’s The Poet’s Love takes Feature Film Pitching Grand Prize in JIFF’s projects market, while Dongju; The Portrait Of A Poet is among the sold-out screenings at the festival (April 28-May 7).

A Melody To Remember

Korean films win at Italy’s Far East Film Festival

3-May-2016 | By Tom Grater

A Melody To Remember won the festival’s top prize, which is voted for by audience members.

A Night At Tokoriki

Karlovy Vary, EFP reveal 2016 Future Frames participants

3-May-2016 | By Tom Grater

The initiative selects ten film students and graduates, introducing their films to industry at the Karlovy Vary festival.

The Transfiguration

Cannes: ARP acquires 'The Transfiguration' for France

3-May-2016 | By Michael Rosser

Michael O’Shea’s debut to world premiere next week at Cannes Film Festival.

Finding Mr Right Book Of Love

'Finding Mr. Right' tops China box office

3-May-2016 | By Silvia Wong

Finding Mr. Right: Book Of Love tops The Jungle Book in a week that saw more homegrown than foreign releases.

Are We Not Cats

Frontières event at Cannes Marché to feature three works-in-progress

3-May-2016 | By Tom Grater

Are We Not Cats, Bodom and One Drop will be screened at the inaugural genre event.

The Fixer

Mongrel International boards 'The Fixer' for Cannes

2-May-2016 | By

Charlotte Mickie and her team will kick off sales on the Croisette on Ian Olds’ recent Tribeca winner.

Billy Hayes

Film Sales Company to sell 'Midnight Return'

2-May-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Andrew Herwitz has picked up worldwide sales rights to Cannes Classics selection Midnight Return: The Story Of Billy Hayes And Turkey.

Ross Lynch

Voltage Pictures picks up sales on 'Status Update'

2-May-2016 | By

Voltage Pictures will kick off sales in Cannes on the Millennials-skewing story from Offspring Entertainment and Canada’s Brightlight Pictures, with whom Voltage has a three-year production and distribution pact.


Seville International to handle sales on 'Hana’s Suitcase'

2-May-2016 | By

The Cannes-bound project is based on Ken Scott’s adaptation of the post-WWII non-fiction book by Karen Levine.

Puppet Master

Di Bonaventura Pictures, Caliber Media to reimagine 'Puppet Master'

2-May-2016 | By

The partners have optioned rights to develop a new take on Charles Band’s cult horror franchise.


LevelK teams with Mondrian for 'Klump'

2-May-2016 | By Wendy Mitchell

LevelK is teaming with Mondrian Entertainment for world sales on animated series Klump, based on the best-selling books.

A Prophet

Cannes archives: Jacques Audiard tops Screen's Jury Grid 2009

2-May-2016 | By Katy Young

Ahead of this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Screen looks back at the hits and misses of 2009 according to our jury of critics.



US Briefs: AFI to honour Quentin Tarantino, Rita Moreno

Plus: Spiderworx Media unveils $50m fund; Kristen Stewart to direct short for Refinery29; and more…


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Screen March-April 2016

Download the March/April 2016 edition of Screen International here including a focus on Brexit, Film4 and VPFs; profiles of SquareOne, Hanway and Gianfranco Rosi; previews of MIPTV, CinemaCon and AFCI Locations; a territory focus on Spain; and a training special.

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Call For Submissions: Screen's Cannes 2016 Product Guide

Screen International Presents: Cannes 2016 Product Guide



Bono hails 'Street' that has a name

27-Apr-2016 | By

Talk about praise from above. In a memorably generous appraisal, none other than U2 frontman Bono himself said on Wednesday that the cast of Sing Street are even better than the real thing.


Gary Michael Schultz

Gary Michael Schultz, 'Vincent N Roxxy'

Zoë Kravitz and Emile Hirsch star in Unified Pictures’ tough, romantic revenge thriller that premiered at Tribeca on Monday.

Thierry Demaiziere and Alban Teurlai, Reset

Thierry Demaiziere and Alban Teurlai, 'RESET'

The directors talk to Laura Henderson about their documentary and imminent Tribeca world premiere starring choreographer and ballet dancer Benjamin Millepied.

John Hegeman

John Hegeman, producer, 'Holidays'

The producer and studio marketing whizz at Blumhouse Productions’ BH Tilt talks about his battle to bring the chilling anthology to the screen as the film premieres at Tribeca.

The Fixer

Ian Olds, 'The Fixer'

Ahead of the April 17 world premiere in Tribeca, Ian Olds discusses his drama about an Afghan ‘fixer’ for Western war reporters who discovers new intrigue when he leaves his life behind and settles in northern California.

Bill Purple

Bill Purple, 'The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea'

The TV director who has worked in the camera department on some of Hollywood’s biggest tentpoles makes his feature directorial debut in the Tribeca premiere about a grieving architect who forms a bond with a runaway.

Vanessa Gould

Vanessa Gould, 'Obit'

Gould sat down to discuss her new documentary ahead of the world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 17.


Screen Awards 2015 award

VIDEO: Screen Awards 2015 Video

The winners, the party and the glamour from the Screen Awards 2015.

Screen Awards 2015 Distributor of the Year

Universal, 'Amy' big winners at Screen Awards 2015

The Screen Awards has unveiled its 2015 winners, recognising excellence in UK marketing, distribution and exhibition.