The Oscar-winning screenwriter of Forrest Gump is the subject of a short film about his craft. Enjoy the clip and read a bonus interview with Elbert Wyche.
Joe Evea, commercial director at Digital Cinema Media, considers whether the big screen and second screen can co-exist peacefully and profitably.
Secret Cinema founder Fabien Riggall’s speech at the Toronto International Film Festival, in which he revealed details of ‘Secret Space and discussed analog vs digital.
Guy Pearce and Cobie Smulders from The Avengers are mismatched personal trainers in the upcoming movie.
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.
Lionsgate releases the full-length trailer for the penultimate film in the Hunger Games franchise.
Sunday September 7 was D-Day at the Toronto International Film Festival. Daniel Horowitz plugs in to find out more.
Film producer Steven Markovitz on the challenges of co-production, finding the right partners and maintaining independence.
Toronto: The Chinese director says he loves absurdity more than black humour.
Bryan Cranston and Jay Roach promote their upcoming biopic of Dalton Trumbo.
If you can’t take one more drink in the Hyatt bar, two Torontonians have just the list for you.
While the huge programme is a challenge for industry, this festival offers more great new films in one place than any other.
Reimagined posters of classic and contemporary features on show.
Vertigo Films has released the first trailer to sci-fi sequel Monsters: Dark Continent.
Venice might have been sans Clooney this year, but there are plenty of reasons why this festival is still vital.
COMMENT: A year after Gravity wowed Venice, Birdman could be in flight for a similar path to awards glory - especially for Michael Keaton.
Universal Pictures International has released the first trailer from Working Title, PeaPie Films and 02 Filmes’ adventure directed by Stephen Daldry.
A romantic volcano? Who would have thunk it? Why those sharp minds at Pixar, of course.
COMMENT: The nature of film premieres in the internet age means Telluride can’t exist in a vacuum.
Daniel Craig, Elton John and Lana Del Rey also donate signed memorabilia for charity auction.
First images from a new Disney short, directed by the head of animation on Oscar-winner Paperman.
Screen reports from the 15th edition of the genre festival and first from its new venue, including an interview with Starry Eyes’ writer-directors Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer.
Screen reports from the opening night of Film4 FrightFest which saw the UK premiere of Adam Wingard’s The Guest.
“Discover how little you know about the people you know,” suggests the slightly sinister tagline to Jason Reitman’s upcoming Toronto world premiere.
Everybody adores him, so Toronto International Film Festival has done the decent thing.
They weren’t kidding around at Marvel Studios when they announced the start of production in San Francisco this week.
The Black Power Mixtape director talks about his latest and future projects.
Three-part TV rock series is named after Morrissey’s debut solo album.
Peter Luisi’s Unlikely Heroes (Schweizer Helden) brings together the most Swiss of heroes, William Tell, with asylum seekers seeking to make Switzerland their new home.
Toronto changes its Telluride policy on world premieres, in a smart move that reflects the digital age we live in.