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Comment: 'Bribery and the film & TV industry - Offers you really should refuse'

Screen Eoin O'Shea partner at Reed Smith LLP

Eoin O’Shea, partner at LLP, explains what does and does not constitute a bribe.

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Comment: Brits are investing more than just talent in Hollywood

Author Michael Howells

Michael Howells, British Consul General in Los Angeles, explains why the partnership between Hollywood and the UK is stronger than ever.

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MPA Europe chief: seven suggestions for the new UK culture secretary

Stan McCoy on the key agendas Matt Hancock should be looking into.

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Comment: the challenge of getting your film into UK cinemas is only going to grow

The lacklustre acquisitions market points to contextual challenges.

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Comment: 'Weinstein scandal is a wake-up call for us all'

“This is a long-overdue correction the industry has desperately needed.”

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Comment: 'Weinstein accusations speak to a larger industry problem'

The allegations raining down on the disgraced mogul suggest the need for some deep industry soul-searching.

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BFI's Ben Roberts: how and why we're reforming the Film Fund

Roberts details the changes to the BFI Film Fund, in his own words.

Cannes update

Cannes shake-up in store

Screen editor Matt Mueller weighs in on the Cannes press screening debate.

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Thinking outside the festival

Screen editor Matt Mueller looks back on the first edition of Jerusalem’s Think Fest.

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Why Hollywood needs to rethink Comic-Con

Content creators should bring more footage, more news, and a surprise or two.


How to navigate the defamation minefield of movie biopics

Lee & Thompson associate solicitor Emma Teichmann reveals how filmmakers can avoid falling into a libel trap.

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COMMENT: Kim Longinotto on tackling difficult subjects on film

The filmmaker explores the moral grey areas of making powerful documentaries ahead of Sheffield Doc/Fest.

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COMMENT: Jolyon Rubinstein, 'it's time to rejuvenate on-screen satire'

Actor and director talks shattering taboos in a topsy-turvy world ahead of Doc/Fest panel.

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COMMENT: Doc/Fest celebrates the physicality of film

Festival director Liz McIntyre talks capturing non-verbal narratives

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Cannes 2017: Competition Blog

Screen International’s chief critic Fionnuala Halligan blogs on the Cannes Competition.