Clips show Michael Fassbender in fighting spirit as Shakespeare’s warrior undone by ambition.
A roundup of Cannes fun, from John Lasseter’s wine habit to Steve McQueen’s son.
Fionnuala Halligan blogs on the Cannes Competition titles straight from the Palais.
The French filmmaker talks to Geoffrey Macnab about Ice and the Sky.
Victoria Thomas talks about her new App, Cues, which was unveiled at Cannes.
Jean-Michel Cousteau talks about his documentary, aiming to premiere at next year’s Cannes.
Truffaut or Hitchcock? How about both. Kent Jones’ Hitchcock/Truffaut, premiering in Cannes Classics and sold by Cohen Media Group, will be a must see for any true cinephile in Cannes.
Although the similarities between 1990s China and the Pine Ridge Native American reservation in South Dakota may not be immediately obvious, Chloe Zhao explains those parallels exist in her first feature, Songs My Brother Taught Me, which is screening in Directors Fortnight.
Korean film director Sung-Bok ‘Myron’ Jung and Auro 3D Founder Wilfried Van Baelen brought their high-flying 4k and 3d spectacle Odysseo 3D by Cavalia to the Marche on Thursday.
Andrew Morgan talks about his Cannes Market premiere The True Cost, executive produced by Livia Firth.
Sergei Polunin, the James Dean of the ballet world, is no longer a rebel without a cause.
Nearly 40 years after her death, 2015 looks like the year of Eileen Gray, the designer, modernist and architect behind E1027.
The Icelandic director talks about his Un Certain Regard selection, set in a remote farming community.
The film’s cast and other A-list talent were in attendance at the opening gala.
EXCLUSIVE: The family drama directed by Trey Edward Shults plays in Cannes Critics Week.
Screen Editor Matt Mueller looks ahead to this year’s festival… and beyond.
EXCLUSIVE: Thriller starring Sam Neil features two former Screen Stars of Tomorrow - Tom Payne and Antonia Campbell-Hughes
EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK at Whit Stillman’s Jane Austen adaptation.
PICTURE GALLERY: Filmgoers mixed with celebrities at the California festival’s 16th edition that ran from April 23-30.
Screen’s chief film critic and reviews editor Fionnuala Halligan talks about the lack of screenings ahead of Cannes and what critics most want to see at the festival.
RiverRun honoree talks about crowdfunding support for theatrical launch of The Black Panthers: Vanguard Of The Revolution.
One of the audience hits at this year’s RiverRun International Film Festival in Winston-Salem, North Carolina is Chris Gallaway’s documentary The Long Start To The Journey.
Far From The Madding Crowd director joined by cinematographer Charlotte Bruus Christensen.
Attendees at the annual Las Vegas shindig know they are always in for a treat and Paramount and Warner Bros did not disappoint in their content-heavy A-list presentations.
Harrison Ford and Peter Mayhew, as Han Solo and Chewbacca, are the first of the original cast to be glimpsed in the new teaser.
With titles yet to be announced (up to three for Competition) Thierry Fremaux has presented an artistic selection which feels fresh and new, even though it’s anchored by exciting auteur ‘names’ – Audiard, Haynes, Villeneuve, Sorrentino, Van Sant.
A Bob Hund concert and a Foley demonstration show Copenhagen’s embrace of sound work.
Nikki Christie, Head of Education & Skills at the BFI, writes here about working with Creative Skillset to support placement of outstanding young film talent into UK film companies.
Adam Bakri, Maria Valverde, Mandy Patinkin and Connie Nielsen, star in the period romance.
Ahead of its release this weekend, Bypass producer Samm Haillay reveals the direct distribution strategy for the film – timed to precede the UK General Election.