Proposal to smash theatrical release windows has cast a pall over the industry, writes Screen US editor Jeremy Kay.
Talk about praise from above. In a memorably generous appraisal, none other than U2 frontman Bono himself said on Wednesday that the cast of Sing Street are even better than the real thing.
The Commission wants to make it easier for us to enjoy Europe’s rich cinematographic culture online, but its proposal may put that richness in jeopardy, argues Reed Smith film finance partner Michael Maxtone-Smith.
Trailer offers a glimpse at the film set between Episodes III and IV.
Harbottle & Lewis partner Andy Millmore outlines the need for consent when using third-party material in film.
Screen editor Matt Mueller on preparing for Cannes and catching up on top TV drama.
Should film festivals be looking to add, or expand upon, high-end TV drama strands?
Former Screen Star Of Tomorrow Scott Graham talks about recutting his Edinburgh title Iona and the value of taking a few knocks along the way.
American film-maker Emilie Upczak is appealing to backers to support a Kickstarter campaign for her human smuggling drama.
Lionsgate teamed up with charity Films Without Borders to offer internships on the Gerard Butler-starring sequel.
Classic cinema and contemporary clashes crossover in the latest production from Secret Cinema.
GUEST BLOG: British Consul General Chris O’Connor celebrates an enduring and outstanding transatlantic partnership ahead of Sunday’s Oscar ceremony.
Oscar nominee Johann Johannsson spoke about collaborating with Denis Villeneueve on a panel at Stockfish Film Festival .
Hosted by the British Council and the BFI, the We Are UK Film party at the Berlin Film Festival featured a performance from the London Gay Men’s Chorus.
Oscar voters across the Atlantic will have felt some ripples from BAFTA’s Sunday night awards show as they weigh up their own choices.
Busan International Film Festival has been under government pressure since 2014.
Away from the MGB and hotel offices, the stakes ran high at the annual Berlinale Indoor Soccer Tournament sponsored by German distributor Pandastorm on Friday night.
The initiative selects ten emerging film talents from across Europe.
Pictures from Screen’s party celebrating the opening of the EFM at the Catwalk Lounge and Bar, Marriott, Berlin.
What one thing can be done - however small - to bring more minorities and women into the film industry?
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Abigail Payne, a partner in the Film and Television Group of law firm Harbottle & Lewis, explains.
After a buzzy Sundance for US deals, attention now turns to Berlin and the European Film Market (EFM), which for the European film industry always serves as the pre-eminent launchpad to the year’s deal-making.
From Jason Bourne and Batman v Superman to Captain America and Deadpool, action heroes dominated the commercials during Super Bowl 50.
The studio was one of several US majors to claim a coveted spot during Super Bowl 50 and subsequently issued a one-sheet that read, ‘You know his name.’ For a minute there we weren’t sure, but we do now.
The films will screen in 30 venues across the UK before travelling abroad.
The series will release a new clip every day throughout February.
Eddie Redmayne and the British Consul General Chris O’Connor will co-host the Film Is GREAT Reception celebrating British Oscar nominees in West Hollywood on February 26.
American distributor Richard Abramowitz (Abramorama) and film festival and publicity strategist Kathleen McInnis (See-Through Films) led a ‘do’s and don’ts’ discussion at the 45th IFFR on both the traditional and alternative requirements in marketing an independent film.
Down the road from IFFR’s bustling cinema hub de Doelen lies a partially disused office building whose 11th and 12th floors are housing four installation pieces, each representing one of the four strands in the festival’s 45th year.
Venice award-winner kicks off second edition of the international live cinema event in Rotterdam.