Published on: 09 November 2022 in Industry

Directors Digest — Thursday 10 November

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Edinburgh International Film Festival will reportedly go ahead next year, and No Bears, the new film by incarcerated Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi, is set for UK release. Read the latest news in the industry below. 

The collapsed Edinburgh International Film Festival will go ahead next year as hopes rise that the city’s Filmhouse cinema can be saved. (The Times)

Jafar Panahi’s No Bears shows the political power of filmmaking, The New Statesman reports.

The Wonder director Sebastián Lelio talks to Little White Lies about the political and philosophical power of cinema.

The Guardian asks whether film studios should ever expunge a director’s vision in light of the recent decision to cancel Batgirl

Luca Guadagnino speaks to Deadline about carnal love in his new feature, Bones And All, for the latest episode of the Crew Call podcast.

Broadcast explores the value of hands-on training for creative roles.

Alek Keshishian, director of Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me, speaks to The Hollywood Reporter about the biographical documentary and portraying celebrity.

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