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The Unknown Girl La Fille Inconnue

Dardenne brothers re-edit Cannes drama 'The Unknown Girl'

28-Jun-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Final version of Cannes Competition title is now seven minutes shorter following critics response.

Zola Budd Mary Decker The Fall

Picturehouse to release Zola Budd-Mary Decker doc 'The Fall'

28-Jun-2016 | By Wendy Mitchell

Daniel Gordo directs the story of the controversial race between Zola Budd and Mary Decker at 1984 Olympics.

Mads Brugger

Nordisk Fond gives largest doc grant to Brugger's 'Hammerskjold'

28-Jun-2016 | By Wendy Mitchell

Fond also backs two TV serires and Lisa Langseth’s new feature.

Piers Wenger appointed BBC head of drama

28-Jun-2016 | By Hannah Gannagé-Stewart, Broadcast

Channel 4 head of drama Piers Wenger has been appointed BBC director of drama commissioning after four years at the ad-supported broadcaster.

Idris Elba in Toronto

Lionsgate, Idris Elba's Green Door partner on TV writing competition

28-Jun-2016 | By Screen staff

Lionsgate UK is partnering with Idris Elba’s Green Door Pictures to launch a writing competition for UK residents who want to write a TV drama series.

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Dolby Cinema's launch in Dalian

First Dolby Cinema sites open in Asia

23-Jun-2016

Dolby Laboratories has announced its first Dolby theatres in Asia at Wanda Cinema Line sites in Dalian, Changchun, Chongqing and Jinan.

Tony Orsten

Cost of CG remains biggest challenge, says Imaginarium boss

10-Jun-2016

Tony Orsten, CEO of Andy Serkis’ performance capture studio, also discusses “the other Jungle Book”.

Now You See Me 2

China box office: 'Now You See Me 2' beats 'Independence Day'

Lionsgate had its biggest opening in China with Now You See Me 2 on $43.64m from its first three days

'Independence Day: Resurgence' lands with $100.2m overseas

JUNE 27 UPDATE: Now You See Me 2 records Lionsgate’s biggest-ever opening in China with $44.4m.

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