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18. Olivier Kaempfer, Film London_Sandra Hebron, NFTS_Adrian Wootton, Film London and British Film Commission

In pictures: Screen, BFC and Film London UK Cannes reception

A drinks reception on the beach at the Gray D’Albion in Cannes.


European Film Promotion elects new board of directors

For the first time there are six women on the seven-person board.


Bong Joon-ho's Cannes title 'Parasite' lands UK deal (exclusive)

Curzon buys Palme d’Or contender ahead of today’s premiere.

Natasha Henstridge

Natasha Henstridge to star in 'Blindsided' for Premiere Entertainment Group (exclusive)

Thriller on fast-track for July start in Pennsylvania, US.

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Wild Bunch scores strong sales on Cannes contender 'Les Misérables' (exclusive)

“It’s this year’s Capernaum,” commented Wild Bunch sales chief Eva Diederix.

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'Portrait Of A Lady On Fire' lights up Screen’s Cannes jury grid for second place

The Dardenne brothers’ ‘Young Ahmed’ scored mid-range.

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Cannes 2019: Screen's dailies

Browse Screen International’s daily magazines from the 2019 Cannes International Film Festival. To read click on the image below.

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Buyers still zooming into TrustNordisk's 'The Tunnel' (exclusive)

The film, written by Kjersti Helen Rasmussen, is based a real-life incident about families and tourists trapped in a blazing tunnel by a blizzard.

Anurag Kashyap

New arthouse VoD service coming to India

Fortissimo Films, Denmark’s LevelK and Seattle-based Heyou Media taking part.

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Yellow Affair strikes North American deal for 'Romantic Comedy' (exclusive)

Yellow Affair also closed deals on Mika Kaurismaki’s Master Cheng for Switzerland, Israel , and Hungary.

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Blumhouse trio sell for Film Sales Company (exclusive)

UK, Middle East buyers snap up genre slate.

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Fox Searchlight swoops on Terrence Malick's 'A Hidden Life'

carMister Smith handles international sales on auteur’s return to Croisette after 2011 Palme d’Or winner The Tree Of Life.

Breaking Through The Lens

Female-focused financing event Breaking Through The Lens marks second edition at Cannes

The initiative is spearheaded by filmmakers Daphne Schmon, Emily Carlton and Elpida Stathatou.