Peacocks meet Hitchcock, and other audience-friendly innovations at CPH PIX.
Cannes hits another poster home-run with an achingly cool shot of Marcello Mastroianni for its 67th edition.
The tastes and aromas of Indian cuisine were offered to cinemagoers to mark the UK release of Ritesh Batra’s The Lunchbox.
The synergies between the film and TV industries were alive and well at this year’s MIPTV.
Clearance work at Elstree Studios finds fake snow from the horror classic.
There was an air of quiet optimism among theatre owners at CinemaCon last week, writes Jeremy Kay.
For any film lover, is there any better feeling than a shiny new independent cinema opening in your neighbourhood?
As the film industry loses Tessa Ross to the theatre world, Channel 4 has to be very careful in its hires, Wendy Mitchell argues.
UK’s offering at AFCI Locations show includes throne from Game of Thrones.
Sixteen Films makes shock bid for Eric Cantona as teams finalise FIFE rosters.
Nana Ocran, lead researcher on June Givanni’s Pan African Cinema Archive, reflects on the history and heritage of African cinema in the UK, around the African diaspora and on the African continent itself.
Uh-oh Michael Fassbender is back in the helmet, flicking puny humans into the air. Ian McKellen pouts knowingly. Hugh Jackman is angry again. It can only be X-Men: Days Of Future Past.
Lord Puttnam, President of Film Distributors’ Association (FDA) in the UK, looks at the big changes happening in the film value chain.
After my second visit in as many years to the Cartagena Film Festival, I’m convinced this is a festival on the rise.
This year’s FICCI Frames conference in Mumbai (March 12-14) was dominated by India’s upcoming general elections.
Cartagena world premiere Manos Sucias shows a different side to the Colombian drug trade.
Auto enrolment into a pension scheme create particular issues for the film industry.
French viewers were finally given the chance to watch the return of political thriller starring Kevin Spacey - after virtually every other key territory on the map.
Documentary director Mark Cousins and distributor Dogwoof threw a workshop for youngsters based around feature A Story of Children and Film.
The British director of The Arbor and The Selfish Giant revisited earlier short films and discussed their influence on her features.
In a guest column, ACE head Simon Perry argues that the UK is missing out on co-production prospects.
New adaptation of Macbeth, starring Sean Bean, has already met 10% of its target.
Robert Pattinson and Dane DeHaan star in Anton Corbijn’s James Dean biopic.
First look at the live-action feature based around classic children’s character.
COMMENT: It was an Oscars without many surprises, but that’s not to say that AMPAS voters didn’t make a few bold decisions.
Screen reports from the ninth FrightFest strand at Glasgow Film Festival, including interviews with Zack Parker and Jordan Barker.
A crack cabal of carnivores is chomping the pomp out of awards season as the race gallops down the final stretch towards the 86th annual Academy Awards on Sunday (March 2).
Oscar-winning art director visits Glasgow Film Festival for the UK premiere of his restored short Black Angel.
Secret Cinema founder Fabien Riggall reveals how its most ‘grand’ production to date came together and what the future holds.
A constellation of UK talent is preparing to honour home-grown Oscar nominees at the GREAT British Film Reception.