London to host 50 ‘life size’ bear statues as StudioCanal launches Paddington trail.
Palestinian directors refused to show their films at the Jerusalem Film Festival last week in protest at Israeli treatment of Palestinians. Is it the right approach?
Ian Sandwell picks the brains of Jeff Baena, Aubrey Plaza and Matthew Gray Gubler to find out more about Life After Beth.
In the latest manna from heaven for Star Wars fans, J.J. Abrams has teased an X-Wing Starfighter that will be used in next year’s Star Wars VII.
Japanese film-maker receives Lifetime Achievement award on opening night of genre festival in Montreal.
The people behind Dolphin Films’ live-action adaptation of the Mattel property have released latest photos from the production as the stars and director prepare to descend on Comic-Con
The Go-Go Boys themselves, Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus, were at the festival on Saturday night to celebrate Hilla Medalia’s documentary about them.
The Bogota Audiovisual Market (BAM) opened on Monday night with British thriller ’71, starring Jack O’Connell.
The disturbing experience of attending a film festival in a conflict zone; and how filmmakers can get their voices heard politically.
The Korean master talks about how his life in 1980s Korea inspired Thirst, in a Jerusalem Film Festival masterclass.
Filmmaker and writer David Mamet was at the Jerusalem Film Festival on Friday night for a public reading of his novella The Handle and The Hold.
Peter Gerard, director of audience development and content operations at Vimeo and inventor of Distrify, explains why.
Christian Bale glowers, stares down authority and swings a weapon – and we’re not talking about the pitch meeting.
With the nationwide release of How to Train Your Dragon 2 this Friday, Fox arranged a kite stunt last week to mark its release.
Fox has issued its classy but not especially thrilling new trailer for the Gillian Flynn adaptation, due out on October 3.
Motherboard documentary travels to Liberia to uncover the real monkey island.
This year’s star of the KVIFF official trailer breaks with tradition by featuring the festival’s top award in a positive light.
It’s Antoine Doinel…now with flying fish!
In South Korea, Lotte Cinema’s Super Plex G has qualified as the world’s biggest screen in the Guinness World Records.
The first image of Henry Cavill in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has been released.
Award-winning documentary has achieved 52 weeks of continuous play at London venue.
Independent British comedy finds success with innovative release. Screen talks to the film’s director James Rouse.
Slideshow of some top costumes at CTBF’s London Party.
Gary Oldman and Andy Serkis joined Dawn of The Planet Of The Apes director Matt Reeves for a post-screening Q&A in Hollywood on Monday night (June 30).
Mick Jagger jokes: “It’s a bunch of wrinkly old men trying to relive their youth.”
As the famed comedy troupe prepares to launch its 10 shows at the O2, Eric Idle says last show in more than 1800 cinemas worldwide will be “saying goodbye publicly.”
The 3D landscape has changed beyond recognition over the last ten years, writes RealD Europe MD Bob Mayson.
While 3D animation used in large-scale feature films is a pinnacle for efficiency and high resolution finishing, analogue styles including 2D sketches, painting, and collage layering are still at the heart of animation today.
Video games, music videos and animation seamlessly tie in together, but as discussed in Fest Anca’s newly formed Game Days organised by Sector.sk, the merging of fields is treated with caution.
Pulse Films creatives explained how incorporating narrative into documentaries helps push the boundaries of the genre, in a panel at London’s Open City Docs Festival.