Niels Arden Oplev is directing the Danish drama about Daniel Rye.
sScreen International critics select some of the best titles from this year’s Berlinale.
Three-time Bafta Film Award nominee Christian Manz has been working in the Harry Potter universe for a decade and a half.
“We want this film to wake people the fuck up, and to talk about this very real problem, which is happening in society every single day, all the way to the Oval Office.”
Los Angeles-based producer Lynette Howell Taylor, born in Liverpool, has produced more than 20 films since 2006.
“It was the biggest victory for me to see my actors, who were struggling in real life to prove they legally exist, to be in Cannes, applauded and appreciated.”
The actress tells Screen about loving her female co-stars and being directed by Yorgos Lanthimos.
From humble beginnings, Dogwoof has quietly built up a thriving documentary production, sales and distribution company, and has just enjoyed its first £1m UK box-office hit.
Screen examines data that reveals how actresses have often been cut adrift from the awards mainstream
Berlin Competition title Mr. Jones co-stars Vanessa Kirby and Peter Sarsgaard.
Screen talks to producers Tomorrow Studios about its slate of feature film-based TV series.
Poland has a new cash rebate for incoming films and a national film institute that is focused on building up international collaborations.
As Israel Film Fund chief Katriel Schory prepares to retire after 20 years at the helm, Screen asks where the industry he helped nurture is heading.