Hollywood pays tribute to Garry Marshall
by Amber Wilkinson - 20 Jul 2016
Pretty Woman director dies at 81.
Iris Prize earns BAFTA status
by Amber Wilkinson - 20 Jul 2016
LGBT prize nominees now eligible for automatic entry.
Sigourney Weaver to receive Donostia Award
by Amber Wilkinson - 19 Jul 2016
Star's A Monster Calls will also screen in San Sebastian
Héctor Babenco dies
by Jennie Kermode - 15 Jul 2016
Kiss Of The Spider Woman director was 70.
Szabolcs Hajdu has time of his life at KVIFF
by Amber Wilkinson - 09 Jul 2016
Director takes Crystal Globe and acting prize in Karlovy Vary.
Double joy for Original Bliss
by Amber Wilkinson - 09 Jul 2016
German film takes two awards in Karlovy Vary
Was Iraq War intelligence influenced by a film?
by Jennie Kermode - 06 Jul 2016
Chilcot Inquiry notes similarities in SIS report and The Rock
Abbas Kiarostami dies
by Jennie Kermode - 05 Jul 2016
Palme d'Or winner was suffering from cancer.
Willem Dafoe receives Crystal Globe
by Jennie Kermode - 04 Jul 2016
Actor honoured for his lifetime contribution.
A Syrian Love Story vies for Lux Prize
by Amber Wilkinson - 04 Jul 2016
British film one of 10 in running for European Parliament Award.
Michael Cimino dead at 77
by Jennie Kermode - 02 Jul 2016
The Deer hunter director has passed away.
Horror home goes on the market
by Jennie Kermode - 02 Jul 2016
Iconic Amityville property has been refurbished.
Robin Hardy dies
by Jennie Kermode - 02 Jul 2016
The Wicker Man director was 86.
My Father Die to open Frightfest
by Jennie Kermode - 01 Jul 2016
Full line-up of monstrous movies announced.
UK in crisis? Enter Keanu Reeves
by Jennie Kermode - 28 Jun 2016
Star on film industry lobbying trip asked to be next PM.
Krysty Wilson-Cairns to pen screenplay for The Voyeur's Motel
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 27 Jun 2016
Sam Mendes will direct Gay Talese adaptation.
New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham has died
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 26 Jun 2016
Much-loved documentary subject was 87.
EIFF announces awards
by Amber Wilkinson - 24 Jun 2016
Pikadero and Before Love among winners.
Gunman killed in German cinema
by Jennie Kermode - 23 Jun 2016
Viernheim hostages rescued by police.
EIFF selects Best of the Fest
by Jennie Kermode - 23 Jun 2016
Popular films to get further screenings.
Daniel Battsek to head Film4
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 22 Jun 2016
Former Cohen Media Group president takes top job.
EIFF announces screenwriter-in-residence
by Amber Wilkinson - 22 Jun 2016
Year-long programme will being in September
Scots film distributors pick a winner
by Richard Mowe - 21 Jun 2016
Cox’s The Carer for UK release.
Anton Yelchin killed in car accident
by Jennie Kermode - 19 Jun 2016
Star Trek actor was just 27.
EIFF ticketing crisis
by Jennie Kermode - 17 Jun 2016
Hackers suspected as website slows to a crawl.
Meg Ryan to attend EIFF
by Amber Wilkinson - 10 Jun 2016
Star to bring Ithaca to Edinburgh.
Kate Davis wins Margaret Tait Award
by Amber Wilkinson - 07 Jun 2016
Glasgow-based artist receives £10,000 commission
EIFF announces Youth Hub details
by Amber Wilkinson - 03 Jun 2016
Programme offers access to free workshops and careers advice.
Pixar premiere for Edinburgh at 70
by Richard Mowe - 25 May 2016
Cox, Cattrall and Smith join the celebration.
Dance in the Frame
by Amber Wilkinson - 25 May 2016
New London festival announces film and events.
Loach victorious in a divided Cannes
by Richard Mowe - 22 May 2016
British film-maker receives Palme d’Or.
Finn lands prize punch at Cannes
by Richard Mowe - 22 May 2016
Juho Kuosmanen's boxing drama heads Un Certain Regard awards.
German comedy tickles the critics
by Richard Mowe - 21 May 2016
FIPRESCI prize for Toni Erdmann
Nellie is top dog at Cannes
by Jennie Kermode - 21 May 2016
Paterson star wins this year's Palme Dog.
Afghan film wins Directors’ Fortnight
by Richard Mowe - 21 May 2016
Accolade for docudrama Wolf And Sheep.
Cannes critics love Mimosas
by Richard Mowe - 19 May 2016
Turkish comedy and Cambodian drama also win awards.
Sundance sets sight on second features
by Amber Wilkinson - 18 May 2016
FilmTwo Initiative aims to offer guidance.
EIFF puts spotlight on Scots
by Amber Wilkinson - 17 May 2016
Festival reveals homegrown titles and stars.
Miller leads his jury into the Cannes fray
by Richard Mowe - 12 May 2016
Pledge to view films without any baggage.
Man made movies
by Jennie Kermode - 10 May 2016
A quarter of 2015 British films had no senior female crew.
Cannes honour for veteran rebel
by Richard Mowe - 10 May 2016
Léaud to receive Palme d’or for his career
Two British filmmakers join Sundance Directors Lab
by Amber Wilkinson - 06 May 2016
Sandhya Suri and Kibwe Tavares selected by prestitigious programme.
From movie star to bank robber?
by Jennie Kermode - 05 May 2016
Flight Of The Navigator's Deleriyes Joe Cramer arrested by mounties.
Jacques Becker retrospective
by Amber Wilkinson - 04 May 2016
San Sebastian to honour French director
De Niro joins the Cannes throng
by Richard Mowe - 04 May 2016
Premiere for a boxing saga made with “passion”.
UK Green Film Festival returns to Glasgow
by Jennie Kermode - 03 May 2016
Jenny Rustemeyer and Grant Baldwin to address audience.
Hollywood getting less inclusive, says survey
by Jennie Kermode - 02 May 2016
Annual GLAAD report finds LGBT representation static and lacking in diversity.
Iberodocs returns to Filmhouse
by Amber Wilkinson - 02 May 2016
Documentary festival back for third edition.
Tommy's Honour to open EIFF
by Amber Wilkinson - 27 Apr 2016
Story of Scots golfing pioneer to kick-off 70th edition.
Dunst, Sutherland and Paradis join Cannes jury
by Richard Mowe - 25 Apr 2016
Final touches to Mad Max director’s line-up.

Remembering Héctor Babenco Bruno Barreto and Laurence Kardish pay tribute.

Politics goes pop Director Hany Abu-Assad on comedy, tragedy and a reluctant hero in The Idol.

Moongazing Kyle Molzan on Georges Simenon, Jerry Lewis and For The Plasma.

The purpose of looking Bingham Bryant on Poe, Proust, ghosts and For The Plasma.

Hollywood pays tribute to Garry Marshall Pretty Woman director dies at 81.

Iris Prize earns BAFTA status LGBT prize nominees now eligible for automatic entry.

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