jstAs voting gets underway, Screen charts the international actors, writers and directors in the running for a nomination.
The frankness with which both writer and show handles issues around copulation has brought great acclaim to the eight-part first season.
Executive producer Jane Featherstone and actress Emily Watson discuss the journey to the screen for ambitious HBO/Sky drama Chernobyl.
Using an Italian dialect that few people understand was one of the challenges facing the small-screen adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s bestselling novel.
The last two years have seen international co-productions with substantial input from the region win major awards, including Loving Vincent and Another Day Of Life.
As part of our focus of the Chinese animation sector, Screen profiles ten buzzy upcoming Chinese animated titles.
Working increasingly with international partners, the Chinese animation industry is refocusing its gaze outwards.
Oyelowo is now working on his feature directing debut The Water Man.
The writer-stars outline the careful planning that went into bringing the series to a satisfying resolution.
The festival’s position as the best place in the world to celebrate and revel in the joy of cinema deeply infused this year’s line-up.
Charlie Brooker, Annabel Jones explain the torturous process behind the ground-breaking interactive episode.
Screen looks at what’s on offer for animated feature producers around the region.
Taking part in the development of the project has opened new horizons for Wilson.