SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Abigail Payne, a partner in the Film and Television Group of law firm Harbottle & Lewis, explains.
After a buzzy Sundance for US deals, attention now turns to Berlin and the European Film Market (EFM), which for the European film industry always serves as the pre-eminent launchpad to the year’s deal-making.
From Jason Bourne and Batman v Superman to Captain America and Deadpool, action heroes dominated the commercials during Super Bowl 50.
The studio was one of several US majors to claim a coveted spot during Super Bowl 50 and subsequently issued a one-sheet that read, ‘You know his name.’ For a minute there we weren’t sure, but we do now.
The films will screen in 30 venues across the UK before travelling abroad.
The series will release a new clip every day throughout February.
Eddie Redmayne and the British Consul General Chris O’Connor will co-host the Film Is GREAT Reception celebrating British Oscar nominees in West Hollywood on February 26.
American distributor Richard Abramowitz (Abramorama) and film festival and publicity strategist Kathleen McInnis (See-Through Films) led a ‘do’s and don’ts’ discussion at the 45th IFFR on both the traditional and alternative requirements in marketing an independent film.
Down the road from IFFR’s bustling cinema hub de Doelen lies a partially disused office building whose 11th and 12th floors are housing four installation pieces, each representing one of the four strands in the festival’s 45th year.
Venice award-winner kicks off second edition of the international live cinema event in Rotterdam.
It is safe to say by this time next year, The Birth Of A Nation will not only feature among the best picture Oscar nominees but most likely will be the first on the list.
The British Film Commission and the BFI hosted their annual get-together in Park City.
Park City locals got a surprise on Monday night when Hugh Jackman and Taron Egerton turned up for a screening of the biopic about one of Britain’s pluckiest Olympians.
Geoffrey Macnab’s book is a thoroughly researched canter through a century of UK film distribution, writes Charles Gant
Director Yorgos Lanthimos talked to NFTS students about his BAFTA-nominated, English-language debut The Lobster.
UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television dean Teri Schwartz hosted the school’s annual Sundance reception on Saturday.
Interest in international co-production among Germany producers has never been higher. Miriam Ducke, senior trade adviser for Creative Industries, Berlin explains why.
A lack of diversity was glaringly apparent in this year’s Oscar nominations, writes Matt Mueller.
Screen Star of Tomorrow Jörn Threlfall discusses his short film Over, a mystery told in reverse, which was nominated for a Best British Short Film BAFTA.
The Revenant’s 12 Oscar nominations have put Fox/New Regency’s drama at the top of the pile and reflects the Academy’s appreciation of a work of supreme craft and ambition.
The 2016 Golden Globe Awards belonged to The Revenant and The Martian on Sunday while two of the most nominated films at the start of the night left the Beverly Hilton empty-handed.
Screen editor Matt Mueller on the deserved recognition for British filmmaking in this year’s Bafta nominations – despite not securing a single entry in the Best Film category.
Has the start to a year ever been so dominated by one five-word film title, writes Screen editor Matt Mueller.
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Six points to remember when securing a distributor, according to Harbottle & Lewis associate Alastair Lorimer.
The Joy director reflected on his filmography and his recurring collaborations.
Screen editor Matt Mueller introduces our 40th anniversary edition.
There’s a bear on the loose.
Screen editor Matt Mueller on his personal highlights from this year’s Screen Film Summit.
Three acclaimed films under its belt and Laika, the Portland, Oregon-based animation studio behind Coraline, is “just warming up” according to its founder.
Taron Egerton stars as the famous underdog Olympian.