Precisely what a producer does is one of the murkiest questions in cinema.
The exclusion of Selma’s David Oyelowo from the Oscar nominations is more than a snub - it’s an injustice.
A day of big surprises confirmed Boyhood, Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel as front-runners for the best picture Oscar at the 87th Academy Awards.
The second photo is out of Ian McKellen as the elderly sleuth in Mr. Holmes, seen here with youngster Milo Parker.
We learned very little from the 72nd annual Golden Globes ceremony on Sunday night, which is to take nothing away from the joy of the occasion and its proud championing of independent cinema.
Kate Cook and James Levison reflect on producing indie feature Leave to Remain, starring Toby Jones, the struggle to find an audience and an “impactful” distribution strategy.
Wendy Mitchell reflects on women in film over the past 12 months and what to look forward to in 2015.
Screen’s editorial staff picks their top 10 films of 2014.
It’s remarkable that during the season of big awards films, the story that most people I know are genuinely buzzing about is the tale of Hae Min, Adnan and Jay.
US Editor Jeremy Kay analyses the effects of Sony’s decision to pull The Interview from release after threats from hackers.
The first-look of Terrence Malick’s upcoming Berlinale competition selection has been released.
Shailene Woodley returns as Tris in Lionsgate’s latest YA franchise-elect.
Ear-splitting screams welcomed the cast and crew of Bollywood film Welcome Back, who are filming in Dubai, and dropped in to speak to guests at DIFF.
Pierre Morel directs Sean Penn, Javier Bardem, Idris Elba and Ray Winstone. What’s not to like?
This year’s Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) got underway with two lavish parties – the opening at Madinat Jumeirah and the IWC Filmmaker Award gala dinner at the One&Only Royal Mirage on the following night.
One of the most inspiring talks at the VFX + Animation Summit Dublin was from Paul Young, one of the founders of Cartoon Saloon.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has struck a blow for so-called independent cinema while uncharacteristically cocking a snoot at a quartet of major studio contenders.
Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, the screenwriters of Tim Burton’s Big Eyes, talk about the “stranger than fiction” real life of Margaret and Walter Keane.
The Making Of Boyhood - 12 Years On Film has debuted on Hulu.
Way To Blue’s infographic unveils the most buzzed about trailers of the year.
Chris Nolan and the Interstellar team talk about the down-to-earth solutions for their out-of-this-world film.
For those who prefer their cinema al fresco, the public screenings at this year’s Dubai International Film Festival will be held at “The Beach” opposite Jumeirah Beach Resort (JBR).
Champagne, and some fun chaos, while championing independent filmmaking.
Director Tim Burton and star Christoph Waltz talked about Big Eyes after a Weinstein Company screening at The May Fair Hotel on December 7.
Industry recognise that an untapped market exists amidst thriving alternative content audience.
Film Initiative’s Isabelle Fauvel fears that films will no longer have any flavour.
Film London’s new initiative will see the capital’s film archives tour the city’s streets.
At the Screen Film Summit on December 1, one hot debate was about how to drive support for British films at the UK box office.
A Single Man’s cinematographer talks about being “lucky”, Saul Dibb’s Suite Française, Adam Smith’s Trespass Against Us & Sarah Gavron’s Suffragette.
DCM’s marketing director Zoe Jones talks about the findings of their latest research project looking at the effectiveness of cinema advertising.