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By Mark Adams, chief film critic

Dirs/scr: Olivier Nakache, Eric Toledano. France. 2014. 115mins



Tencent CEO Pony Ma

China’s Tencent enters film production

19-Sep-2014 | By

Tencent has become the latest Chinese internet giant with film industry ambitions, announcing plans to produce four to five movies a year.

China India

China, India sign co-production treaty

19-Sep-2014 | By

India and China signed a long-planned co-production agreement during the state visit of China’s president Xi Jinping to India.


Broad Green Pictures takes Samba for US

18-Sep-2014 | By

Gabriel Hammond and Daniel Hammond’s ambitious company continues to build its distribution pipeline and has announced the second major acquisition of a Toronto title within a week.

Seth Rogan

Good Universe boards Seth Rogen comedy

18-Sep-2014 | By

Gary Sanchez Productions, Point Grey Pictures and Good Universe have made a pre-emptive purchase on an untitled comedy pitch from actor-writer Ben Schwartz with Seth Rogen attached to star.


Lionsgate to release The SMOSH Movie


The studio is taking a crossover bet on YouTube stars Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox, whose Smosh channel has generated more than 30m subscribers.

The Judge

First Britannia honourees unveiled

18-Sep-2014 | By

BAFTA LA will honour Robert Downey Jr, Mark Ruffalo, Emma Watson, Mike Leigh and Dame Judi Dench at this year’s awards ceremony on October 30.

Jerry Brown

California anti-runaway law gets greenlight

18-Sep-2014 | By

California Governor Jerry Brown has signed into action new legislation that will more than triple the state’s film and TV tax credit.

Wild to open Hamptons

18-Sep-2014 | By

Jean-Marc Vallée’s awards contender Wild will receive its East Coast Premiere as the opening night screening at the festival, set to run from October 9-13.

Adam Nee

Band Of Robbers wraps shoot

18-Sep-2014 | By

Principal photography has concluded on the comedic thriller that reimagines Mark Twain’s Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer as grown men.

Fridrik Thor Fridriksson

Filmmakers launch new Iceland festival

18-Sep-2014 | By Wendy Mitchell

A group of film industry veterans is launching a new film festival in Iceland, Stockfish Film Festival.

Pale Moon

One Japanese film in Tokyo competition

18-Sep-2014 | By

In an early announcement, the 27th Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF) has revealed Japanese film Pale Moon will be the only local film in Competition this year.

Joana Vicente

IFP unveils Screen Forward beneficiaries


The Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) has announced during Independent Film Week the first five projects to get week-long theatrical runs at the Made In NY Media Center’s theatre as part of the Screen Forward initiative.  

Sorrow and Joy

Denmark enters Sorrow and Joy to Oscar race

18-Sep-2014 | By Jorn Rossing Jensen

Nils Malmros’ Sorrow and Joy has been submitted by Denmark for the Academy Awards.

AFM announces speakers roster

18-Sep-2014 | By

Millennium Films president Mark Gill, Tug co-founder Nicolas Gonda, Relativity Media’s Russell Schwartz and Mister Smith’s Jill Jones are among the line-up of speakers at AFM, set to run in Santa Monica from Nov 5-12.


BFI funds Michael Lennox, Michael Pearce films

18-Sep-2014 | By Michael Rosser

First features A Patch of Fog and Beast to receive support from the BFI Film Fund.


Yahoo: UK needs cinema-going evolution

18-Sep-2014 | By Adam Woodard

Yahoo executives discuss film audiences.

Villa Touma

Reykjavik unveils competition line-up

18-Sep-2014 | By Michael Rosser

Titles include Shawn Christensen’s Before I Disappear and Suha Arraf’s Villa Touma [pictured]; guests include Mike Leigh and Ruben Ostlund.

Arnon Milchan

IFF to honour Arnon Milchan and Mace Neufeld

18-Sep-2014 | By

The producers will be feted at the opening night gala of the 28th Israel Film Festival on October 23.

Binoche, Leuthard named ZFF Women of Impact

18-Sep-2014 | By Michael Rosser

Juliette Binoche and Federal Councillor Doris Leuthard to be guests of honor at Zurich Film Festival’s ‘Women of Impact’ event.

Michael Vine

Objective founder departs for film career

18-Sep-2014 | By Matthew Campelli

Co-founder of UK production company behind Peep Show and Fresh Meat to target horror film-making.


  • First-look picture: Results


    Guy Pearce and Cobie Smulders from The Avengers are mismatched personal trainers in the upcoming movie.

  • Disney’s new Hero

    By Adam Woodard

    A huggable robot with super powers? Disney unveiled impressive first footage of just that today in the shape of Big Hero 6, their new animation inspired by a little-known Marvel comic.

  • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 trailer Video

    By Michael Rosser

    Lionsgate releases the full-length trailer for the penultimate film in the Hunger Games franchise.

  • TIFF Industry Dialogues: VOD vs SVOD

    By Daniel Horowitz

    Sunday September 7 was D-Day at the Toronto International Film Festival. Daniel Horowitz plugs in to find out more.



Steven Markovitz

The challenges of co-production

Film producer Steven Markovitz on the challenges of co-production, finding the right partners and maintaining independence.


Toronto 2014: Daily 5

Toronto 2014: Screen's dailies

Download Screen International’s daily magazines from the Toronto International Film Festival here.


Toronto 2014: World premieres

A round up of the world premieres across TIFF’s programme, with details on each film including contact information.

Awards 2014: The prize fighters

As Venice, Telluride and Toronto introduce a slew of prestige titles, Jeremy Kay examines the season’s possible awards contenders


Andrew Lau and Andrew Loo, Revenge of the Green Dragons

The co-directors sat down with Jean Noh ahead of the world premiere at Toronto of the gangster drama exec produced by Martin Scorsese.

Isabel Coixet

Isabel Coixet, Learning To Drive

Patricia Clarkson and Ben Kingsley star in the Spanish director’s first film she says is ‘feel good.’

Alan Rickman, A Little Chaos

After making his directorial debut 16 years ago, Alan Rickman returns to the director’s chair with a period drama starring Kate Winslet and Matthias Schoenaerts.



Jose Luis Rebordinos

Jose Luis Rebordinos, San Sebastian Film Festival

San Sebastian festival director Jose Luis Rebordinos tells Juan Sarda about his ‘best selection’ yet, including an Antonio Banderas sci-fi film, international hits and Latin American gems

Downton Abbey series 5

CTBF: Charity begins at home

As the Cinema and Television Benevolent Fund (CTBF) prepares to host a premiere event around Downton Abbey, CEO Richard Wilson talks to Michael Rosser about how the charity is adapting to changes in the industry.

Yoav Goren in studio

Yoav Goren, Immediate Music

The work of Yoav Goren has been featured in movie trailers for The Wolverine, Rush, 47 Ronin and Star Trek: Into Darkness among many others. On September 12, Goren gives a talk entitled Trailer Music: New Trends/ Modern Techniques at the Production Music Conference in Los Angeles.


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