The winners, the party and the glamour from the Screen Awards 2014
American films show audiences a different side of The States at fifth American Film Festival (Oct 21-26) in Wroclaw, Poland.
To erase the line between man and machine is to obscure the line between men and gods. If this sounds like a high-falutin’ Screen editorial meeting, it isn’t.
Duncan Speakman from production company Circumstance, which creates cinematic experiences in unexpected environments, on the future of cinema in the city.
Film producer Iain Smith OBE on forging a career in film production and the importance of continuing to develop your skills in the industry
Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige looked like he had the world in his hands when he strolled on to the stage at El Capitan Theatre on October 28.
Men In Black, The Wolfman, The Grinch, The Nutty Professor… Rick Baker has created dozens of memorable faces in his time.
Highlights from the Abu Dhabi Film Festival, updated daily.
Pan Arab road movie From A to B proves a crowd-pleaser on opening night of Abu Dhabi Film Festival.
Disney’s latest animation received its world premiere in Tokyo, with the directors and producer in attendance.
The director talks about working with Jennifer Lawrence & Bradley Cooper on Serena
A panel at this week’s TIFFCOM discussed how figuring out who owns the rights to a novel can be a complicated business in Japan.
The sci-fi classic gets a re-cut trailer ahead of a re-release in the UK.
The writer-director and producer of Monsters: Dark Continent talk about the story behind the film.
We Are Colony has released Giacomo Cimini’s ambitious, award-winning sci-fi short The Nostalgist starring Lambert Wilson (Of Gods and Men) and Samuel Joslin (The Impossible, Paddington).
Some of India’s leading filmmakers discussed the country’s lack of creative screenwriters during a Mumbai Film Festival panel discussion.
Laura Poitras’ Citizenfour, the remarkable documentary about NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, had its UK premiere at the BFI London Film Festival last night, in an event that was broadcast live to 70 cinemas across the UK.
Screen asked festival and awards season experts: ‘Which actor or director would you like to be stuck with in an elevator?’
Colette Naufal talks about building the Beirut International Film Festival.
A panel of top casting directors from the US and UK offered tips during an industry panel at the BFI London Film Festival.
Director Catherine Hardwicke and stars Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette took a break from their busy shooting schedule for Miss You Already in London last week to meet with journalists and breast cancer survivors.
Billy Elliot, André Rieu and Monty Python are leading the charge for the growth of event cinema.
Tove Jansson’s niece Sophia is part of the team behind a new Moomins feature film (playing at the BFI London Film Festival) that draws on the spirit and style of the author’s classic comic strips.
If you’ve been to the Busan International Film Festival, you’ll probably know about the fish tank bars by Haeundae beach, where they serve all kinds of raw seafood and some cooked.
Joshua Oppenheimer spoke at Busan’s Asian Network of Documentary (AND) about his Venice Grand Jury prizewinner, The Look Of Silence, and its preceding companion piece The Act Of Killing.
Award-winning screenwriter’s latest work is drone drama Eye in the Sky, set to star Aaron Paul and Helen Mirren.
Animation supervisor on The Little Mermaid, Aladdin and Beauty and the Beast shares experiences.
Supposedly retired, former BIFF director Kim Dong-ho still works with the festival, heads a presidential committee and is running a cinematic graduate school at Dankook University.
Thailand’s DITP has introduced a “sanuk” way of getting to know the Thai film industry through speed dating with an added incentive of free drinks.
The Italian director and former actress talked to a small group of journalists in Busan about her Cannes title Misunderstood, why she no longer wants to act, and the influence of her father, horror director Dario Argento.