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Robert Sheehan to star in The Messenger

Gateway Films and Ratio Film have announced the commencement of principal photography on feature film The Messenger.…

Screen Yorkshire backs $25m US/UK co-production, Hunter’s Prayer

Screen Yorkshire has announced its latest investment through the Yorkshire Content Fund in the $25m US/UK co-production Hunter’s Prayer.…

Ron Howard to direct new doc feature about The Beatles

Apple Corps Ltd., White Horse Pictures and Imagine Entertainment have announced they will produce a new authorized documentary for Apple, based on the first part of The Beatles’ career – the touring years.…

One To Watch – Chanya Button (Director)

After studying English at Oxford and theatre directing at RADA, Chanya worked in Warner Bros LA’s creative department, for the UK Film Council and as an assistant director on various features. Through her production company Gobby and Specs she has made three shorts; her latest,…

One To Watch: Antonia Thomas

Best known for playing Alisha in the award-winning TV series Misfits, this year Antonia will…

One To Watch: Jack Weatherley

Jack Weatherley’s first short film Straight Way Lost premiered at the BFI London Film Festival…

Creative England doubles production pot to £1million

Creative England is doubling its Lottery-based Production Fund from £500,000 to £1 million for 2014/2015.…

Sean Bobbitt – The Camera as Observer

Having shot a diverse range of films including Shame, Byzantium, Oldboy and 12 Years a Slave, Sean Bobbitt has developed a unique visual style. Here, he discusses the craft of filmmaking, and why the digital revolution may not always be a good thing.…

A Brighter Outlook – Lukas Moodysson

After achieving international acclaim with the crowd-pleasing Show Me Love and Together, Lukas Moodysson plunged into the darkness with Lilya 4-Ever and A Hole in My Heart. In 2009 he made his first English-language film, Mammoth. His latest, We Are the Best!, returns him to…

Creative England doubles production pot to £1million

Creative England is doubling its Lottery-based Production Fund from £500,000 to £1 million for 2014/2015.…