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Irrational Man

Woody Allen's 'Irrational Man' gets new trailer

Joaquin Phoenix stars alongside Emma Stone and Parker Posey.

online piracy

Piracy in the UK: how the film industry and government are working together

GUEST BLOG: Now based in Los Angeles, Mike Weatherley, the former British MP and intellectual property advisor to British prime minister David Cameron, serves as vice-chairman at Motion Picture Licensing Corporation.

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Michael B. Jordan stars in first 'Creed' trailer

Sylvester Stallone reprises role as Rocky in the Ryan Coogler-directed sequel.

Secret In Their Eyes

‘Secret In Their Eyes’ trailer arrives

STX Entertainment has dropped the first trailer for the thriller starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Nicole Kidman and Julia Roberts. “Dropped” as in “posted”, not “dumped”. Things are off to a good start.

Secret Cinema X Amy

Secret Cinema X review: 'Amy'

Secret Cinema’s latest event was supposed to be a sonic tribute to the mellifluous Amy Winehouse…technology had other ideas.

Tom Hardy in the first image from Legend

Tom Hardy packs a punch in 'Legend' full trailer

The actor plays both Ronald and Reginald Kray in Brian Helgeland’s upcoming biopic.

Talulah Riley

Talulah Riley talks 'Scottish Mussel'

Directing Scottish Mussel was a lesson in figuring out what to fight for and when to concede that it’s time to chop off a leg, says Talulah Riley ahead of the film’s world premiere at the Edinbugh International Film Festival.

Judi Dench

Dame Judi Dench talks Tim Burton and... Vin Diesel

At a St. James’s Palace Q&A, Dench talked turning into a bird in Tim Burton’s upcoming Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children and how she ended up in The Chronicles of Riddick.

Matt Mueller

Summer ramblings

Now that summer is here, thoughts (well, mine anyway) turn to holidays and multiplexes being dominated by Hollywood’s latest salvo of tentpoles, sequels and tentpole sequels.

The Catcher in the Rye

Ask the Experts: Which book should be made into a film?

As industry line up their summer holiday reading, Screen asks… Which book needs to be made into a film and why?

Black Mountain Poets

Alice Lowe and Dolly Wells, 'Black Mountain Poets'

Wendy Mitchell talks to Alice Lowe and Dolly Wells about starring in the funny improv comedy Black Mountain Poets, which had its world premiere this week at EIFF.

Picturehouse Central

GALLERY: Picturehouse Central opening

New seven-screen cinema for central London officially open.

For The Love Of Spock

Son of Leonard Nimoy wants memory of Spock to live long and prosper

Filmmaker Adam Nimoy is raising money for a documentary that will pay tribute to the beloved Vulcan from Star Trek and the man who portrayed him for 50 years – his later father Leonard Nimoy.

Touch of Evil

BFI releases new 'Touch of Evil' trailer

BFI to re-release Orson Welles’ last Hollywood feature next month.

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GALLERY: BIG Sundance Film Festival: London Party 2015

Images from BIG Sundance Film Festival: London Party at The Langham to celebrate the return of the festival in 2016 to new venue, Picturehouse Central.

Rock The Kasbah

'Rock The Kasbah' trailer

Bill Murray being funny and tender and singing and goodness knows what else in Afghan-set feelgood comedy – what’s not to like?

Crooked Candy

Fest director finds home for his 'Crooked Candy'

Andrew Rodgers is a man of many talents. The director of the RiverRun International Film Festival and former Chicago Tribune journalist has secured summer DVD and VOD releases for his short documentary.

The Good Dinosaur

'The Good Dinosaur' teaser

Disney/Pixar have posted the UK teaser trailer for their upcoming release, which arrives in the UK on November 27, two days after the US launch.

(L-R) Priscilla Delannay, FEMI film festival; Patricia Monpierre, APCAG; Nneka Luke, trinidad+tobago film festival; and Bahamian filmmaker and 'The Cinema' series host Travolta Cooper.

Caribbean in Cannes: paving the way for new voices

GUEST BLOG: Nneka Luke, external relations director at the trinidad+tobago film festival, on why Cannes showed there are reasons to be cheerful in the Caribbean.

Kornel Mundruczo

'White God' director Kornel Mundruczo gives LFS masterclass

The Hungarian Cultural Centre and The London Film School partnered on a special two-day visit by award-winning director Kornél Mundruczó.

Los Angeles Greek Film Festival Project DIscovery Forum

LAGFF unveils development workshop titles

The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) has announced its International Project Discovery Forum development workshop selections and the features and documentary jury members.

A Walk In The Woods

‘A Walk In The Woods’ trailer

Broad Green Pictures has issued its latest trailer for the upcoming Bill Bryson adaptation starring the venerable pair of Robert Redford and Nick Nolte.

‘Tomorrowland’ co-creator Jeff Jensen reveals secrets

Disney gives NFTS students preview screening of ‘Tomorrowland’ and Q&A with Co-Creator Jeff Jensen

Mary J Blige and Jakes Gyllenhaal

'Southpaw' private screening, Cannes

Mary J Blige joined Jake Gyllenhaal and guests aboard a private yacht in Cannes on Friday for a private screening of Southpaw orchestrated by The Weinstein Company.

Cannes 2015: Competition Blog

Fionnuala Halligan blogs on the Cannes Competition titles straight from the Palais.

Macbeth

Michael Fassbender in 'Macbeth', first clips

Clips show Michael Fassbender in fighting spirit as Shakespeare’s warrior undone by ambition.

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Cannes Diary: the latest from the Croisette

A roundup of Cannes fun, from John Lasseter’s wine habit to Steve McQueen’s son.

Luc Jacquet

Luc Jacquet talks climate change for Cannes closing film

The French filmmaker talks to Geoffrey Macnab about Ice and the Sky.

Cues

NFTS Graduates Launch New Film Discovery App at Cannes

Victoria Thomas talks about her new App, Cues, which was unveiled at Cannes.

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