“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.
Johnny Depp sports an English accent and a spiffing moustache in the first look at Mortdecai.
President Obama led tributes to comedian, actor and Oscar-winner Robin Williams who has died aged 63.
Shout! Factory has launched the US trailer for its upcoming animation release Jack And The Cuckoo-Clock Heart.
LOCARNO: Pia Borg and Edward Lawrenson talk about their essay film Abandoned Goods, which has its world premiere on Thursday.
Focus Features has unleashed the first trailer for Working Title’s upcoming awards hopeful The Theory Of Everything.
Ron Howard is a helpful sort and has made a short video offering advice to Tribeca Film Festival hopefuls.
New Film4 boss is hailed as smart and enthusiastic; and if he can connect more UK films to audiences across the globe, that’s surely a good thing.
The British Council opens an exhibition of its Film Collection; with new shorts commissioned inspired by the archive works.
Dogged by cancellations, Secret Cinema has a lot to prove with its production of Back to the Future. Michael Rosser went back to 1955 to find out if it was worth the wait.
You’ll have seen the fields of corn. Matthew McConaughey hugging his daughter. A professorial Michael Caine. Now there is more.
Noel Clarke, the British actor, writer, producer and director whose films include Kidulthood and 4,3,2,1, spoke to students at the National Film and Television School about his latest film – sci-fi thriller The Anomaly.
Shaun is reading up on film industry news ahead of his big-screen debut from Aardman and StudioCanal.
First trailer for Horns shows Daniel Radcliffe going through hell.
In the same way they say dogs can look like their owners, film festivals can take on the temperament of their artistic director.
The Motovun honoree talks about the inspirations for Cannes award winner Leviathan.
Like Katniss sending forth a steely arrow, Lionsgate has let fly its first trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1.
Nuno Bernardo’s book is his follow-up to the 2011 publication The Producers Guide To Transmedia.
In Motovun, the famed performance artist talks about his new documentary Project Cancer directed by Damjan Kozole.
Cue haunting folk song overlay and solemn skyward glances — it’s time for the first trailer to Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies.
Stephen Daldry also talks about his new Netflix-backed series, his first foray into episodic TV.
Tom Hardy gets Mad in the first footage from the action reboot.
RADiUS has unleashed the first trailer from Kevin Smith’s upcoming horror release.
“You have to make the money to buy a ticket!” screams Jake Gyllenhaal in Bold Films’ upcoming Toronto world premiere. What on earth can he mean?