Read about the impact of the UK pound crash, the history of the BBC for its 100 year celebrations, and exclusive interviews from directors across an eclectic mix of genres. Find out more below.
Screen Daily explores the weakness of the UK pound and its impact on the indie film sector.
Celebrating 100 years of the BBC, The Guardian looks back at some of its groundbreaking early broadcasts, including the first live FA Cup final and the dawn of true crime.
Director Sebastián Lelio delves into the making of his latest film, The Wonder, in a new interview via Cineuropa.
BFI announces their LFF For Free programme, including exclusive talks, short film screenings, and an immersive exhibition.
Following the recent broadcast of the funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth II, read about how filmmakers captured the first royal funeral on film, the procession for Queen Victoria, via Sight and Sound.
Don Hertzfeldt, director of It’s Such a Beautiful Day, looks back at the iconic 2012 film for its ten-year anniversary, via Little White Lies
Mubi Notebook explores the intracacies of stuntwork in Jung Byung-gil’s new film Carter.
Finally, in a roundtable discussion, commissioning and production executives from some of biggest global media companies discuss the current media landscape, via Broadcast
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