Screen International has unveiled its 2007 UK Stars Of Tomorrow, a comprehensive round-up of the brightest new talent in the British film industry.

Published both in this week's Screen International and online (click here), the annual talent survey - now it fourth year - highlights the brightest actors, directors, writers and producers in the UK. Nearly 40 new names are profiled, coming from shorts, documentaries, drama and film school, the stage and television.

Among the actors profiled are Gemma Arterton, a recent RADA graduate cast in Barnaby Thompson and Oliver Parker's St Trinian's; Kierston Wareing, who appears in Ken Loach's It's A Free World; and Andrew Garfield, cast by Robert Redford in United Artists' Lions For Lambs.

Film-makers profiled include writer-director Johnny Barrington, drawing buzz for his short films; writer Alecky Blythe, whose play Come Out Eli has Joe Wright attached to direct; and writer-director Paul Wright, who won a Scottish Bafta.

Previous editions of Screen International's annual UK Stars Of Tomorrow have highlighted actors including James McAvoy, Noel Clarke, Emily Blunt, Michelle Ryan, Jaime Winstone and Rupert Friend.

Several film-makers featured in the article have also gone on to pick up Oscars and Baftas, including director Andrea Arnold and producer Mia Bays.