Canadian make-up and effects professionals Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie have taken to Indiegogo in a bid to begin effects work as early as possible on their upcoming horror.
Documentary film-maker Yasmin Fedda didn’t know quite how her latest film would take shape, so she embedded herself in the world she was filming and let the stories unfold.
If the 87th annual Academy Awards ceremony was devoid of the kind of shocks that fuel a week’s worth of water cooler conversations, it was not lacking in a creeping tide of subversion.
Jeremy Kay’s live blog of the 87th Academy Awards from Los Angeles.
Alan Rickman spent his 69th birthday in Glasgow last night to present a screening of A Little Chaos, his second film as a director.
The famed Internet Cat Video festival makes its UK debut, and the crowd purrs with approval.
Screen predicts who will walk away with the big awards on Sunday night - and how that may differ from who should win.
Kate McCullagh reveals the pitfalls and disputes behind securing a film screenwriting credit.
Chris O’ Connor, British Consul General based in Los Angeles, on British strength in awards season.
Former CNN chairman Walter Isaacson on why Alan Turing was a human, not a machine.
By Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google
See the trailer for Peter Greenaway’s recent Berlinale world premiere.
Muayad Alayan makes his feature debut with Love, Theft and Other Entanglements, a Palestinian feature screening in Panorama.
Director Jack Pettibone Riccobono and producer Shane Slattery-Quintanilla talk about how their intimate study of a troubled Native American community drew in high-profile collaborators.
Potsdamer Place was the location of a unique marketing stunt for Out of Nature on Sunday [Feb 8].
The Berlinale’s European Film Market kicks off the year’s dealmaking for the European film industry in earnest.
Bert is one half of the UK-based directing duo Bert & Bertie, who recently participated in the Fox Directors Initiative.
With theatrical space for independent cinema being squeezed it is important to consider the complex process of interaction that leads to a cinemagoer buying a ticket, says Jonathan Olsberg
Fox has dropped the first teaser for its summer superhero reboot.
Producer Catherine Bray on the Beyond Clueless team’s strategy for self-distributing the crowd-funded doc.
“Meet And Greet” is IFFR’s new initiative to allow the public and industry visitors to encounter filmmakers in an informal setting.
I’m not sure what it felt like in Ljubljana or Dundee, but from Rotterdam the first IFFR Live screening of Jan-Willem van Ewijk’s drama Atlantic. was quite exciting.
Precisely what a producer does is one of the murkiest questions in cinema.
The exclusion of Selma’s David Oyelowo from the Oscar nominations is more than a snub - it’s an injustice.
A day of big surprises confirmed Boyhood, Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel as front-runners for the best picture Oscar at the 87th Academy Awards.
The second photo is out of Ian McKellen as the elderly sleuth in Mr. Holmes, seen here with youngster Milo Parker.
We learned very little from the 72nd annual Golden Globes ceremony on Sunday night, which is to take nothing away from the joy of the occasion and its proud championing of independent cinema.
Kate Cook and James Levison reflect on producing indie feature Leave to Remain, starring Toby Jones, the struggle to find an audience and an “impactful” distribution strategy.
Wendy Mitchell reflects on women in film over the past 12 months and what to look forward to in 2015.
Screen’s editorial staff picks their top 10 films of 2014.