Ricardo Darín to be honoured with Silver Shell
by Amber Wilkinson - 24 Jun 2017
San Sebastian celebrate work of Argentinian star.
55th New York Film Festival poster revealed
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 23 Jun 2017
Richard Serra design references the camera eye.
Red carpet rolls out for EIFF's 71st edition
by Amber Wilkinson - 22 Jun 2017
Stars attend UK premiere of God's Own Country
Scottish short selected for Oscar-qualifying film festival
by Jennie Kermode - 21 Jun 2017
Documentary Borderline explores mental health problems through dance.
Production Growth Fund is a winner for Scotland
by Jennie Kermode - 21 Jun 2017
£250k to be added to boost the film industry.
Daniel Day-Lewis announces retirement
by Jennie Kermode - 20 Jun 2017
Triple Oscar winner declines to comment on "private decision."
Dave Kehr receives the insignia of Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 17 Jun 2017
Bénédicte de Montlaur makes the presentation at the French Embassy.
John G Avildsen dies
by Amber Wilkinson - 17 Jun 2017
Rocky director loses cancer fight at 81
Richard Linklater's Last Flag Flying to open 55th New York Film Festival
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 14 Jun 2017
Festival director calls it "infectiously funny, quietly shattering."
Adam West dies
by Jennie Kermode - 10 Jun 2017
The Batman is no more.
My Neighbour Totoro theme park announced
by Jennie Kermode - 03 Jun 2017
Ghibli Park scheduled to open in Nagoya in 2020.
Lipstick Under My Burkha ban overturned in India
by Jennie Kermode - 02 Jun 2017
Certification board fails to defend initial decision.
Jim Carrey to face trial over death of former girlfriend
by Jennie Kermode - 01 Jun 2017
Lawsuit brought by mother of Cathriona White will not be thrown out.
EIFF announces full programme
by Amber Wilkinson - 31 May 2017
Kevin Bacon, Kyra Sedgwick and Stanley Tucci among guests.
Major studios criticised over poor LGBT inclusion
by Jennie Kermode - 30 May 2017
"We continue to see many of the same problems repeatedly," says GLAAD CEO.
Kidman hailed the Queen of Cannes
by Richard Mowe - 28 May 2017
Palme d’Or for Swedish satire The Square.
Iran tops Cannes Un Certain Regard
by Richard Mowe - 28 May 2017
FIPRESCI jury also unveils Cannes winners.
The Rider gallops to a Cannes award
by Richard Mowe - 26 May 2017
Directors’ Fortnight announces winners.
Bruno wins Palm Dog paws down
by Richard Mowe - 26 May 2017
Jury announces canine winners in Cannes.
EIFF plans to Play
by Amber Wilkinson - 26 May 2017
Festival launches event cinema strand and celebrates Scottish filmmakers.
Accolades for Cannes new talent
by Richard Mowe - 25 May 2017
Critics’ Week announces prize-winners.
Roger Moore dies at 89
by Jennie Kermode - 23 May 2017
Goodbye, Mr Bond.
Cannes shows solidarity for Manchester
by Richard Mowe - 23 May 2017
Festival and mayor give messages of support
Laura Poitras honoured
by Amber Wilkinson - 23 May 2017
AFI Docs celebrates Citizenfour director.
Films added to Sundance London line-up
by Amber Wilkinson - 19 May 2017
Festival favourites play in 'Redford Recommends' strand.
Netflix screening hit by fault
by Richard Mowe - 19 May 2017
Swinton and Bong keep their cool.
Almodóvar roots for the big screen
by Richard Mowe - 17 May 2017
Cannes jury president weighs in to Netflix row.
UK director among 13 selected for Sundance Labs
by Amber Wilkinson - 13 May 2017
Aleem Khan to develop After Love.
Accessible screenings planned for A Silent Voice
by Jennie Kermode - 12 May 2017
Deaf and hard of hearing viewers can now experience the film in the cinema.
Morrissey biopic to close EIFF
by Amber Wilkinson - 12 May 2017
England is Mine gets world premiere.
Resolution for Cannes row over Netflix
by Richard Mowe - 10 May 2017
Festival to introduce new rules to preserve cinema.
God's Own Country to open EIFF
by Amber Wilkinson - 10 May 2017
Gay romance kicks-off 71st festival.
Iberodocs returns for fourth year
by Amber Wilkinson - 05 May 2017
Programme celebrates Ibero-American films and culture.
EIFF announces free outdoor screenings
by Amber Wilkinson - 04 May 2017
Films include Mamma Mia!, Singin' In The Rain and Dirty Dancing.
Play it again Cannes!
by Richard Mowe - 03 May 2017
Classics to the fore for Festival’s 70th.
Tribeca audience awards announced
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 29 Apr 2017
Greg Campbell and Petra Volpe are recipients.
Special Sunday screenings added at Tribeca
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 29 Apr 2017
Award winners to be shown again.
Sci-fi London gets under way
by Amber Wilkinson - 28 Apr 2017
25 features and 51 shorts feature in festival.
Son Of Sofia takes a top prize at Tribeca
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 28 Apr 2017
Full list of award winners announced.
Polanski back on Cannes red carpet
by Richard Mowe - 28 Apr 2017
Director among late signings for festival.
Jonathan Demme dead at 73
by Jennie Kermode - 26 Apr 2017
Eclectic director succumbed to oesophogeal cancer.
Smith, Chastain and Sorrentino join Cannes jury
by Richard Mowe - 25 Apr 2017
Almodóvar finalises his colleagues for duty.
Stop, thief! Tom Hardy chases down suspect
by Jennie Kermode - 25 Apr 2017
Hollywood star makes an arresting appearance in London.
Sundance London titles announced
by Amber Wilkinson - 25 Apr 2017
Festival's 14 features include The Big Sick and A Ghost Story.
Critics offer top picks for Cannes
by Richard Mowe - 21 Apr 2017
La Semaine de la Critique reveals line-up.
Tribeca Film Festival Artists Awards participants announced
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 21 Apr 2017
Work on exhibition at Tribeca Film Festival Hub.
Binoche and Depardieu open Cannes Quinzaine
by Richard Mowe - 20 Apr 2017
Directors’ Fortnight unveiled.
Beatriz At Dinner to open Sundance: London
by Amber Wilkinson - 18 Apr 2017
Salma Hayek satire kicks off festival on June 1.
Scottish short film selected for Cannes
by Jennie Kermode - 14 Apr 2017
"Obviously it's amazing," says director Rory Alexander Stewart.
Quad Cinema reopens with First Encounters
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 14 Apr 2017
Historic New York venue will also screen Lina Wertmüller retrospective.
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