EXCLUSIVE: Spanish drama stars Michael Silva as a man who believes he has experienced a divine revelation.
Screen editor Matt Mueller discusses Brexit and looks forward to Toronto and Venice.
Ever wondered what the god of thunder got up to while everyone else was smashing each other up in Captain America: Civil War? (And Hulk, for that matter.)
Screen asked the participants at the sixth annual Developing Your Film Festival course what tips they took away from expert speakers and their peers.
EXCLUSIVE: Greek comedy-drama stars Haris Fragoulis and Iro Bezou.
Antoinette Boulat and Elsa Pharaon took home the prize, which has been founded to recognise an overlooked film-making sector.
How to avoid sanctions when working with young performers, according to Harbottle & Lewis associate Katrien Roos.
Want to get the audience to switch off their phones before a screening? This is how the Snowden director does it.
EXCLUSIVE: International trailer launches to celebrate 40th anniversary of Martin Scorsese classic.
Films will soon exist in formats we can’t yet even imagine. Fundamental change will help meet the challenge, writes Framestore CEO and co-founder Sir William Sargent.
COMMENT: Askandar Samad, partner in the Entertainment and Media Industry Group at law firm Reed Smith, considers the driving forces that are luring more UK film producers to TV.
Photos from last week’s CineEurope reception hosted by Screen with the Event Cinema Association and European Digital Cinema Forum.
As Churchill wraps its shoot, Screen can exclusively reveal another image from the film.
It’s an Olympic year again, and despite being overshadowed by the US mass media’s inflated coverage of its upcoming presidential election, the Games in Brazil represent a culmination of many athletes’ lifelong journeys to represent their countries on the most respected stage in athletics.
Creative England CEO Caroline Norbury suggests documentary filmmakers should hit upon a subject matter or story that has the potential to impact society - and how her organisation is working to support the filmmaker’s vision.
Studiocanal, Blueprint Pictures and BBC Films have released first images of Colin Firth and Rachel Weisz in their previously untitled Colin Crowhurst drama, which is now called ‘The Mercy’.
Screen editor Matt Mueller discusses the shifting sands of the digital age and looks ahead to CineEurope and the Annecy animation festival.
The Edinburgh Film Festival got off to a glittering start on a damp evening in the Scottish capital.
Who should be the new James Bond and who should direct their first outing?
Jude Law plays Pope Pius XIII in the TV series directed by Paolo Sorrentino.
A collection of images from the 70-year history of the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Unsung hero Jan Tomalin on her award-winning career.
Virtual reality and immersive story-telling are all the rage and the Annecy Animation Festival is about to offer a taste when Google premieres a short from its Spotlight Stories series.
The director behind City Of Dreams: A Musical, which received its world premiered at Sheffield Doc/Fest on Sunday, on why he uses song and music in his documentaries.
Sheffield Doc/Fest head on how the festival explores who is telling the stories, how are audiences watching, and who has the funds.
The director of Philomena, The Queen and new release Florence Foster-Jenkins spoke to NFTS students.
Visitors to the Denver Film Society who were unable to catch X-Men: Apocalypse at the Colorado non-profit’s signature Sie FilmCenter last weekend will get another opportunity this weekend. Why is this of note, you ask?
Sundance Film Festival London kicked off in style at the Langham Hotel on June 2.
What’s in a name? Kostyantyn Lobov of London law firm Harbottle & Lewis on the pitfalls behind film titles.
Critically-acclaimed director Lone Scherfig delivers masterclass to NFTS students.