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Screen International is the leading film industry resource covering the international film industry.

Screen International is the home for news, reviews, features, analysis, box-office analysis, festival reports and commentary for the global film industry, providing insight and intelligence into a world of production, finance, sales and distribution. Now in its fourth decade of operation, Screen diligently covers the network of individuals, companies, events and relationships that compose the film business – reporting on everything from a small independent production financed by crowd-funding to the global performance of the biggest Hollywood blockbusters.

Our staff writers and editors and our global network of correspondents provide in-depth analysis, opinion and commentary on the issues, people and products shaping the worldwide film industry.


Screen International is a monthly print edition, packed with in-depth analysis of commercial prospects and the issues impacting the international film industry. It offers special editions throughout the year focusing on major industry markets and festivals.


Awards season weeklies and special supplements are available online and in print exclusively to Screen subscribers. Throughout the awards season, subscribers receive a weekly magazine offering the latest from the talent behind this year’s nominated films. Additional supplements include World of Locations and Stars of Tomorrow, showcasing the latest in UK talent.


Screen Dailies are the market leading daily magazines, produced in print and online at key markets including Cannes, Berlin, AFM, Toronto and Hong Kong.


‘I love to start my day by opening the Screen newsletter and checking what is the latest news.  Screen is always a great resource as it is neither US centric nor Europe centric, but truly international.’

Adeline Monzier,
Head of New York office, Unifrance