About Screen International
Screen International is the leading film industry resource covering the international film markets. 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.
Its history goes back to 1889 when it was founded under the name of Optical Magic Lantern and Photographic Enlarger, only to change its name to Cinematographic Journal at the turn of the Twentieth century. The name was later changed to Kine Weekly in 1907 and to Today’s Cinema sixty five years later in 1972. The final metamorphosis to Screen International took place in 1975 and has remained the same ever since.
Close to nearly four decades now, Screen international has established itself as the voice of the international film industry, implying all films outside the US domestic market.
With more than 72,000 registered online users and a growing online community of more than 33,000, Screen International is committed to provide you with the best film intelligence available in the market. From news analyses and hard-hitting commentary on the people, issues and products shaping the film business to vital market intelligence and data on the latest trends, Screen International guarantees a whole film industry perspective.
We’ve developed a four-in-one package including print and online resources that give you access to more business tools than ever before. In addition, we are moving towards a more flexible business approach in 2013, when you’ll be able to purchase the online-only version of Screen International, Screen Daily, that will also give you access to ScreenBase and Screen Box Office. Simultaneously, you will be able to purchase the print magazine, Screen International, online as well as in selected newsstands throughout world.
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