Writing a movie is hard, pitching a movie is hard, financing a movie is hard, and making a movie is hard. After you wrap your production, you might
Sick of identikit, soulless megaplex cinema chains? We are, too. Luckily for us, there are a host of fantastic independent cinemas across the UK doing incredible work for
We spoke to Tracie Hotchner, founder and director of The New York Dog Film festival, for our regular Spotlight series highlighting innovative film festivals and competitions.
Film Daily: The
In our regular Spotlight roundups, we talk to the people behind film competitions and festivals.
This week, we spoke to Mark Stasenko from WeScreenplay about their Diverse Voices Competition
So you’re working on your passion projects (film / screenplay / documentary / score) and having a ball. But between this project and your day job (even if
The 70th annual Cannes Film Festival is just around the corner, taking place 17th - 28th March at the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès.
Here’s the full line-up
Following expectant mother Ruth on a vicious yet laugh-out-loud reign of terror, Prevenge is a clever comedy that weaves together themes of loneliness, depression, destruction, feminism, and what
Donnie Darko is back in cinemas today, over fifteen years after its first release. Here’s hoping that second time’s a charm for this cult hit that never quite
The Hollywood Reporter states today there are concerns that the Oscar winner Moonlight will be not be released in China. After passing Disney’s Beauty and the Beast earlier