The Avengers director recalled his “Life in Pictures” at BAFTA in London, covering Buffy, Firefly and Toy Story as well as his recent adaptation of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing.
St Petersburg’s Mariinsky Theatre staged the first ever 3D live ballet, filmed using James Cameron’s ground-breaking technology as seen in Avatar, and Peter Colley pulled on his 3D glasses to check out the results.
Around 200 people gathered at BAFTA to celebrate 10 years of the UK’s Met Film School.
Scottish crowdsourced documentary We Are Northern Lights will screen in five remote communities in Scotland via mobile cinema Screen Machine.
Screen’s Cannes 2013 Competition blog is now complete with the reaction to Jarmusch and Polanski’s films.
Screen’s photobooth is back in Cannes.
Industry experts share their best deal-making stories from Cannes.
Screen checks out the latest Secret Cinema production.
Some advice for new producers.
Zentropa has unveiled the first teaser poster for Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac.
Sundance hit The Moo Man gets a warm welcome at its UK premiere.
After the acrimonious break-up of The Eagles in 1980, Don Henley, co-founder of the rock band, famously quipped that they would play together again “when hell freezes over”.
Richmond Arquette talks about Sundance award-winner This Is Martin Bonner.
Bastian Gunther, the writer-director of Houston, talks about the film’s journey to screen.
BAFTA hosted a Question Time-style event which drew dozens of interesting queries.
New shorts from the team behind Bel Borba Aqui.
BFF create innovative festival trailer.
Watch the trailer
Robert Zemeckis reminisces
BAFTA honour awarded
Director Harmony Korine goes wild
Join the industry five-a-side event
Speculation over directors in competition
TV and film are growing ever closer
Memories and films from past 60 years
Just what exactly links croissants and Iron Man 3?
The Cannes Film Festival has unveiled the poster and short animated film for its 66th edition, featuring late star Paul Newman and wife Joanne Woodward.
There is an impressive, if dauntingly large, crop of British films that will be considered for the Croisette.
One family-friendly title at Filmart features Gregory Popovich sharing the spotlight with dozens of rescued cats and dogs.
Remembering Revolver’s pioneering spirit and risk-taking marketing innovations, as well as wondering what went wrong at the beleaguered UK distributor.