Festival top brass unveil several features and VR projects ahead of the jamboree in Austin, Texas, that runs from March 10-19.
Production on father-daughter drama set for April start in Portland, Oregon.
The official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO) will honour the British star on March 30.
The move comes as the Los Angeles-based film and TV company ramps up operations.
The Starz Original series becomes available to stream from Wednesday.
Errol Morris documentary explores work of portrait photographer Elsa Dorfman.
Marvel films, Pixar sequels will also get the IMAX treatment.
The documentary festival is also launching a fifth competition strand at its 2017 edition.
Industry figures have issued a rallying cry to protect their autonomy in the face of perceived government interference.
Study shows that 29% of films in 2016 had a woman as the lead character.
WATCH: Screen interviews the Mexican actor-director-producer at the 2017 Berlinale.
As her latest film screens at Glasgow Film Festival, Jennifer Handorf chats to Screen about carving a niche in her industry.
Producer Kevin Walsh tells Jeremy Kay why he was determined to help filmmaker Kenneth Lonergan realise his vision for Manchester By The Sea.
The Beijing-based producer, who had two films in Berlin, explains why he’s optimistic about the future of arthouse cinema in China.
As divisive rhetoric continues to swell across the Atlantic, it is appropriate that Mexico took centre stage at the 2017 Berlinale as the EFM’s inaugural Country In Focus.
See-Saw co-founders Iain Canning and Emile Sherman tell Matt Mueller what goes into sustaining one of the industry’s hottest independent production houses.
A Fantastic Woman premiered in competition at the Berlinale. Scooped up by Sony Pictures Classics at the start of the festival, the film has won Berlin’s Teddy Award for LGBT-themed films.
Warner Bros’ John Wick: Chapter 2 is the week’s highest new entry with $2.78m (£2.23m) opening; Moonlight posts strong site average.