This week, a protest calling on AMPTP to reach negotiations with SAG-AFTRA takes place outside the BFI London Film Festival opening night gala. Read the latest headlines in Directors Digest below.
‘Theatres and streamers need to coexist’ — Bill Kramer, CEO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts, at London Film Festival
In a series of articles, Screen examines the challenges facing UK producers, including soaring costs and market disruption.
The Hollywood Reporter gives a play-by-play of the final negotiations between the WGA and Hollywood studios.
The Guardian revisits Martin Scorsese’s Mean Streets as the film turns 50.
Todd Haynes speaks to Vulture about Karen Carpenter, the New Queer Cinema movement, and his new film May December.
Little White Lies speaks to the writer, director and co-star of BlackBerry, Matt Johnson.