With the Independent Spirit Award nominations announcement comes the first significant marker for awards season, as pundits and prognosticators read the tea leaves for signs of relative health (or ailment) in each film’s march towards the Oscars.
Todd Haynes discussed his career at a BAFTA Life in Pictures event.
The titular Captain faces off against Iron Man in Marvel’s next superhero blockbuster.
Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu joined Leonardo DiCaprio and assorted cast and crew from his latest film on Monday to talk weather, guacamole and Swiss watches.
Three new documentary films highlight the plight of children caught up in the refugee crisis.
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Georgina Long, an associate at London law firm Harbottle & Lewis, explains the process.
Screen US editor Jeremy Kay highlights the best film contenders and considers the strength of human resolve in the wake of the Paris attacks.
Yves Bélanger, the cinematographer behind Brooklyn, Wild, and Dallas Buyers Club discussed his work at a BAFTA masterclass event.
The first images of Eddie Redmayne shooting JK Rowling’s Harry Potter spin-off have been released.
Lionsgate has unleashed the first trailer from its fantasy epic starring Gerard Butler, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Brenton Thwaites.
The Sea Of Cortez may inhabit a galaxy far, far away but it provided a suitable place for former Jedi masters Liam Neeson and Ewan McGregor to enjoy an impromptu spar at the weekend.
Screen editor Matt Mueller on the foreign-language film race.
Corin Hardy has discussed the journey and film-making craft behind his debut The Hallow with NFTS students.
EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK: First image shows Patrick Schwarzenegger, son of Arnold, and Bella Thorne, in the title being shopped by Mister Smith at AFM.
Watch the international trailer for the upcoming Star Wars film, which is released Dec 18.
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE: Composer Jed Kurzel latest to join upcoming feature sold by WestEnd.
The actress interviewed the Nobel Peace Prize winner in a live broadcast shown in UK theatres as part of the Into Film Festival.
The sequel to 2010’s Alice In Wonderland is set for release on May 27 2016.
Filmmaker Joanna Hogg pays tribute to producer Gayle Griffiths, who died Oct 23 at the age of 49 after a battle with cancer. Griffths produced two of Hogg’s features, Archipelago and Exhibition.
It’s a kind of closing of the circle for German-born Hollywood director Wolfgang Petersen with his latest film project Vier gegen die Bank.
Screen editor Matt Mueller on the big questions hanging over the future of European independent film.
A reception at Craft in Century City hosted by the British Film Commission on October 28 gave participants in the UK Film & TV Week Los Angeles a chance to unwind after a week of networking.
Nigerian filmmaker CJ Obasi made Nigeria’s first zombie film, Ojuju, which is set in a Lagos slum.
Screen International ad from 1984 offers glimpse of what could have been a precursor to the latest Bond film.
Ahead of its release on December 18, Screen asked four experts whether Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens would take the global box office crown…
The winners, the party and the glamour from the Screen Awards 2015.
Pablo Trapero’s Argentinian thriller and foreign-language Oscar submission prevailed in Miami at the weekend as the four-day festival came to an end.
Drama set for release in 2016.
Planning to shoot your film in a public area? Here some points to consider before you start, according to Matt Parritt, associate at law firm Harbottle & Lewis.
A new video in the Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences’ webseries Moments That Changed The Movies tips its hat to Monty Python And The Holy Grail.