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UK: Sarin traces found in Syria samplesupdated Thu Sep 05 2013 18:19:14

British Prime Min. David Cameron says there is even more evidence Syria used sarin in a chemical attack on its people.

Spielberg: Cannes brings world togetherupdated Fri May 24 2013 13:07:55

CNN's Becky Anderson presents highlights from the world's best known film festival and meets producer Harvey Weinstein.

2010: Bringing monsters to lifeupdated Wed May 08 2013 09:05:12

CNN's Neil Curry spoke with special effects pioneer Ray Harryhausen in 2010 about his movie-making methods.

How Korean war might play outupdated Wed Apr 03 2013 19:02:13

CNN's Tom Foreman and retired General James Marks map out potential strategies if North Korea attacks South Korea.

Director Creevey the 'next big thing'updated Mon Mar 18 2013 07:47:11

After only his second movie, British director Eran Creevey is being hailed as the next big thing. Neil Curry reports.

Fear of new Korean warupdated Tue Mar 12 2013 05:35:36

North Korea ratcheted tensions even higher when it said the armistice that ended the Korean War is null and void.

2009: Making 'Where the Wild Things Are'updated Tue May 08 2012 10:22:20

Author Maurice Sendak and director Spike Jonze talk about the film adaptation of the classic children's story.

Borat to Bruno!updated Mon Feb 27 2012 10:35:20

Borat is back but this time as Bruno! CNN's Ayesha Durgahee was at the London premiere of Bruno.

TSA changes some screening rulesupdated Wed Feb 08 2012 19:13:26

TSA expands a program that allows some passengers to keep on their shoes, jackets and belts. Lizzie O'Leary reports.

2012 election fueling soaring gun sales?updated Thu Dec 29 2011 18:16:41

CNN's Barbara Starr looks at how the 2012 elections are affecting gun sales in the U.S.

Huntsman delivers message in Mandarinupdated Fri Oct 28 2011 19:10:06

Jon Huntsman speaks directly to the Chinese and tells them U.S.-Chinese ties are the most important in the world.

Business booming for 'iPhone doc'updated Fri Sep 16 2011 19:05:49

Apple products are very popular, but who do you turn to when you need a quick repair? CNN's Poppy Harlow has the answer.

2010: Cannes film slams Italian PMupdated Fri Jan 14 2011 10:10:08

In May 2010, a controversial film about Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi got attention at Cannes. CNN's Neil Curry reports.

London's pop-up cinemasupdated Fri Aug 13 2010 08:39:22

The Screening Room visits London's quirkiest cinemas, as unconventional film venues are popping up across the city.

What makes a great comedy?updated Thu Aug 12 2010 08:18:52

Comedy directors Jay Roach and Edgar Wright share their thoughts on what makes a great comedy.

This month on The Screening Roomupdated Wed Aug 11 2010 08:35:50

On this month's edition of The Screening Room we visit London's quirkiest cinematic venues, offering film-buffs an alternative to the multiplex.

Nolan returns with 'Inception'updated Fri Aug 06 2010 08:05:58

Director Christopher Nolan returns with his highly anticipated sci-fi thriller "Inception", starring Leonardo DiCaprio.

Bollywood's golden couple in 'Raavan'updated Fri Aug 06 2010 08:01:24

Bollywood's golden couple, Abishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, are reunited on cinema screens in "Raavan".

Sex, toys, action! Comedy spotlights China's adult shopsupdated Wed Jun 23 2010 22:06:42

Now that he has finished filming his latest movie, director Sam Voutas doesn't know what to do with the boxes and boxes of sex toys he has accumulated during the course of filming.

Sex, toys, action! Comedy spotlights China's adult shopsupdated Wed Jun 23 2010 22:03:50

Now that he has finished filming his latest movie, director Sam Voutas doesn't know what to do with the boxes and boxes of sex toys he has accumulated during the course of filming.

Documenting the beautiful gameupdated Wed Jun 23 2010 09:56:36

The Screening Room looks at the documentaries that attempt to capture football?s impact on the world.

Soccer in the cinemaupdated Wed Jun 23 2010 09:52:40

As the 2010 World Cup heats up The Screening Room looks back at the history of soccer films.

Kicking and Screeningupdated Wed Jun 23 2010 09:50:14

The Screening Room travels to New York where the Kicking and Screening Film Festival celebrates soccer cinema.

8 football movies to watchupdated Wed Jun 23 2010 04:51:44

If 64 World Cup matches over the course of a month aren't enough to satisfy your craving for football, don't despair; just turn to the big screen.

June on The Screening Roomupdated Wed Jun 09 2010 11:21:48

As the 2010 World Cup kicks off in South Africa, The Screening Room takes a closer look at representations of "the beautiful game" in cinema.

Oliver Stone: Wall Street today is a financial casinoupdated Thu May 27 2010 07:56:01

Gordon Gekko-inspired suspenders may have faded from Wall Street and lunch isn't for wimps anymore, but if there's one thing that hasn't changed in the last two decades it's this: greed is good.

Vanity Fair styles Myleene Klassupdated Thu May 27 2010 05:58:40

The Screening Room's Myleene Klass is styled by Vanity Fair at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival.

Italian PM Berlusconi slammed in provocative filmupdated Wed May 26 2010 10:45:36

She's been called Italy's answer to Michael Moore, and she doesn't pull any punches -- even when the subject she's taking to task is Italian leader Silvio Berlusconi.

Staff Benda Bilili rock Cannes 2010updated Wed May 26 2010 08:50:22

CNN's Neil Curry brings us the Congolese paraplegic rockers of the band Staff Benda Bilili.

1000 movie events at Cannes 2010updated Wed May 26 2010 07:52:09

The Screening Room gives us a taste of the 1,000 movie events which took place at Cannes 2010.

Cannes glittering partiesupdated Wed May 26 2010 07:37:45

Myleene Klass attends some of the glittering parties which are an integral part of the Cannes world.

Winner of the Palme d'Orupdated Wed May 26 2010 07:33:43

And the winner is... Find out who took home the Palme d'Or.

Palme d'Or winnerupdated Mon May 24 2010 09:21:11

The awards are handed out at Cannes Film Festival 2010. CNN's Neil Curry reports on who walked away with honors.

Iranian filmmaker makes Cannes headlinesupdated Thu May 20 2010 14:42:45

CNN's Myleene Klass reports on calls for the release of imprisoned filmmaker Jafar Panahi.

UK films test religious boundariesupdated Thu May 20 2010 14:19:47

Two new British films provoke debate about the boundaries of humour. CNN's Neil Curry reports.

This month on The Screening Roomupdated Thu May 13 2010 12:52:21

This month let The Screening Room be your guide to the Cannes Film Festival. Presenter Myleene Klass goes beyond the glamour and the glitz at the most important festival on the movie calendar. We rub shoulders with the creators of the next billion dollar blockbusters, arthouse auteurs and low budget bloggers. Directors such as Ridley Scott and Woody Allen will strut up the red-carpeted steps of the Palais. Oliver Stone talks global financial meltdown as his follow up to the 80s classic "Wall Street" premieres in Cannes. And Mick Jagger brings rock 'n' roll swagger to the Croisette. From Algeria to Russia, China to Iran, 18 films will battle for the top prize. The Screening Room will tell you who takes home the coveted Palme d'Or.

Stars turn out for Tribecaupdated Wed May 12 2010 07:23:17

The Screening Room travels to New York to walk the red carpet at the ninth Tribeca Film Festival.

George Lucas offers a new hopeupdated Wed May 12 2010 05:34:34

Hollywood royalty meets British royalty as George Lucas and Prince Edward team up to offer young filmmakers advice.

'Star Wars' creator launches youth film projectupdated Thu May 06 2010 11:24:50

Film royalty shook hands with British royalty at the launch of "Films Without Borders" -- a new scheme that aims to use the language of cinema to break down cultural barriers among young people from diverse backgrounds.

Are these worst movie remakes of all time?updated Thu Apr 29 2010 06:37:33

Remake "Clash of the Titans?" What was wrong with the original?

This month on The Screening Roomupdated Wed Apr 28 2010 08:59:38

On this month's edition of The Screening Room, Myleene Klass tackles giant scorpions, evades the Kraken and flies away on Pegasus the winged horse as we focus on the world of special effects.

On remaking 'Clash of the Titans'updated Wed Apr 28 2010 07:33:31

Cast and crew members on the challenge of remaking fantasy classic "The Clash of the Titans."

Looking at Medusaupdated Wed Apr 28 2010 07:32:38

The special effects team behind Louis Leterrier's "Clash of the Titans" on creating the story's evil Gorgon, Medusa.

Distributor of dolphin hunt film decriedupdated Fri Apr 09 2010 22:53:46

A film distribution company took an unusual step to defuse a protest of the film, "The Cove". CNN's Kyung Lah reports.

Marine captures what journalists don'tupdated Fri Apr 09 2010 13:36:39

A Marine who documented his time in Iraq shares his story through a new documentary. CNN's Katie Walmsley reports.

Funding fuels rebirth of Colombia cinemaupdated Thu Apr 08 2010 12:56:21

In recent years, Colombian cinema has struggled to keep up with the likes of Argentina, Brazil and Mexico in making films which gain international recognition. But there are now signs that the tide is turning as the Colombian government's ongoing financial support of the film industry starts to bear fruit.

Colombia's new cinematic eraupdated Thu Apr 08 2010 07:00:51

With the Cartagena Film Festival reaching its 50th year, The Screening Room looks to the future of Colombian cinema.

Cartagena Film Festivalupdated Thu Apr 08 2010 06:55:36

The Screening Room travels to Cartagena in Colombia where Latin America's longest-running film festival turns 50.

The petticoat pioneersupdated Wed Mar 31 2010 11:13:07

The Screening Room looks back at the history of female filmmakers.

Sex in the cinemaupdated Wed Mar 31 2010 10:46:48

After Kathryn Bigelow's historic Oscar win, The Screening Room focuses this month's show on female filmmakers.

A master class without menupdated Wed Mar 31 2010 10:42:06

The Screening room heads on a globe-trotting tour to meet women making movies in contrasting cultures.

Alice Guy Blache: Unsung heroine of early cinemaupdated Tue Mar 30 2010 08:57:43

As Helen Reddy's 1970s feminist anthem "I Am Woman" blasted through the speakers of the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles, a squall of shrieks greeted Kathryn Bigelow's exit from the Oscars stage.

Wanuri Kahiu: 'In Kenya, I'm a hustler'updated Tue Mar 30 2010 08:44:00

She might have won Africa's best director award in 2009, but back in her homeland Kenya Wanuri Kahiu is still struggling to win recognition -- even within her close family.

March on The Screening Roomupdated Tue Mar 23 2010 11:46:04

Bigelow and beyond: "I'm not a woman -- I'm a director"

Guerilla filmmaking at Oscarsupdated Thu Mar 11 2010 07:10:06

Louie Psihoyos, director of "The Cove," talks about the power of exposure after winning the Oscar for best documentary.

The battle for best pictureupdated Thu Mar 11 2010 06:45:38

A look back at the Oscar-winning journey of "The Hurt Locker." Plus: Actor Anil Kapoor on "Slumdog Millionaire" one year later.

Taking home the Oscarupdated Thu Mar 11 2010 06:43:23

The Screening Room goes beyond the red carpet and takes a closer look at the 2010 Oscar winners.

Will Cameron's 'Avatar' give Oscar ratings a pop?updated Fri Mar 05 2010 12:38:37

Whether he walks away with any or all of the nine Oscars that "Avatar" is nominated for, James Cameron may still go home the hero of this year's awards.

Oscars' trophy friends from around the worldupdated Fri Mar 05 2010 09:04:40

'Bird's' film festival puts women firstupdated Wed Mar 03 2010 12:20:07

2010 has, so far, been a great year for women in film.

Scorsese's 'battle' to bring 'Shutter Island' to the big screenupdated Tue Mar 02 2010 08:57:48

Martin Scorsese found himself scaling rocks early one morning while making his latest movie, psychological thriller "Shutter Island."

Shah Rukh Khan: 'My job is to make people smile'updated Mon Mar 01 2010 08:26:03

Putting a smile on millions of faces is all in a day's work for the reigning king of Bollywood.

'Shutter Island'updated Mon Mar 01 2010 06:57:14

Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio and Ben Kingsley on "Shutter Island" at the Berlin Film Festival.

'Cove' director: SeaWorld death preventableupdated Fri Feb 26 2010 09:28:10

The director of an Oscar-nominated documentary about dolphin slaughter says the SeaWorld killer whale attack that left a trainer dead earlier this week could have been prevented.

Burton, Depp in wonderland at 'Alice' premiereupdated Fri Feb 26 2010 09:02:32

Filmmaker: I want to give the world a different view of Haitiupdated Thu Feb 25 2010 07:12:42

Haiti's most famous filmmaker says he's uncomfortable that his earthquake-ravaged country has become just a victim in the eyes of the world.

The Berlinale turns 60updated Wed Feb 24 2010 09:20:13

The Screening Room looks back through 60 years of the Berlin Film Festival.

Berlinale highlightsupdated Wed Feb 24 2010 09:04:51

The picks of this year's Berlin Film Festival including Polanski's "The Ghost Writer" and Scorsese's "Shutter Island."

Movie stars of the futureupdated Wed Feb 24 2010 08:53:18

The Screening Room meets some of Europe's most promising young actors at the Berlin Film Festival.

'Hurt Locker' trounces 'Avatar' at top UK film awardsupdated Mon Feb 22 2010 06:29:43

Movie director Kathryn Bigelow made history and added to her awards season haul Sunday as "The Hurt Locker" soundly trounced "Avatar" at the UK's top movie prize giving.

Film stars: Polanski edited our movie in jailupdated Fri Feb 19 2010 06:51:40

You could call "The Ghost Writer" the Polanski film that almost wasn't.

From Facebook to 'Freestyle'updated Thu Feb 18 2010 08:20:28

How new British basketball movie, "Freestyle" used social networking sites in the casting process.

Europe's search for the next Daniel Craigupdated Tue Feb 16 2010 08:30:38

Chances are you haven't heard of Edward Hogg -- not yet, anyway.

Banksy turns to filmupdated Tue Feb 16 2010 06:42:18

Grafitti artist Banksy turns to film to record his latest 'statement' on the art world. CNN's Mylene Klass reports.

Inside 'Shutter Island'updated Sun Feb 14 2010 19:31:15

CNN's Neil Curry on the relationship between two Hollywood heavyweights: Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Big chill at Berlin film festupdated Fri Feb 12 2010 01:35:57

It's not exactly Cannes, but movies premiering at the Berlin Film Festival will heat up the screen. CNN's Neil Curry reports

Ten rocking music biopicsupdated Mon Feb 08 2010 10:01:52

Whether they're overcoming odds to reach stardom, battling inner demons or dealing with tragedy, the personal histories of our musical heroes are made for the big screen.

Freeman on playing Mandelaupdated Thu Feb 04 2010 18:33:57

Morgan Freeman on how playing South Africa's first black president for "Invictus" was harder than playing God.

Morgan Freeman: Mandela was tougher than playing Godupdated Thu Feb 04 2010 12:28:30

He's played the president of the United States and he's played God twice, but that was nothing compared with the challenge of becoming Nelson Mandela, says actor Morgan Freeman.

Music in the moviesupdated Thu Feb 04 2010 12:14:32

The Screening Room's Myleene Klass looks at the rise of acclaimed British music biopics.

Sharing notes with Hans Zimmerupdated Thu Feb 04 2010 12:11:44

Myleene Klass takes to the piano with Academy Award winning composer, Hans Zimmer.

Early Chaplin films 'quite nasty, quite naughty, quite adult'updated Fri Jan 29 2010 11:20:26

Charlie Chaplin won the world over playing the Little Tramp, but the comic actor wasn't always such a loveable guy.

Charlie Chaplin restoredupdated Thu Jan 28 2010 12:59:16

Myleene Klass visits the British Film Institute to find out about their work to preserve the earliest of Chaplin's work.

Scorsese and friends race to save film classics from destructionupdated Wed Jan 27 2010 10:45:35

They don't wear masks or capes, but the filmmakers behind the World Cinema Foundation are arguably the superheroes of film.

Scorsese's new missionupdated Wed Jan 27 2010 07:56:26

Martin Scorsese on the World Cinema Foundation and his work in preserving classic films from around the world.

Walter Salles on saving filmsupdated Wed Jan 27 2010 07:46:35

Brazilian director of "The Motorcycle Diaries," Walter Salles on why it is important to preserve classic films for the future.

Robert Redford: Indie cinema isn't dead yetupdated Thu Jan 21 2010 09:29:16

The Internet will help independent cinema survive despite a dip in the industry, says Robert Redford.

How 'Avatar' fans took over the worldupdated Tue Jan 19 2010 09:41:50

Obsessive, overenthusiastic, fanatical -- call them what you will.

Reitman, Clooney tackle turbulent times in 'Up in the Air'updated Fri Jan 15 2010 09:34:57

Director Jason Reitman's new film "Up in the Air" is a decidedly grown-up affair.

Reitman, Clooney tackle turbulent times in 'Up in the Air'updated Fri Jan 15 2010 09:27:07

Director Jason Reitman's new film "Up in the Air" is a decidedly grown-up affair.

Eric Rohmer: The French New Wave intellectual whose influence enduresupdated Wed Jan 13 2010 13:09:51

They revolutionized filmmaking in the 1950s and 1960s, and their influence is still felt today.

The Screening Room in Januaryupdated Tue Jan 12 2010 12:05:26

Charlie Chaplin shorts to Sergio Leone's spaghetti westerns this month The Screening Room focuses on film restoration.

Blockbuster bonanza: Big movies to look out for in 2010updated Mon Jan 11 2010 11:52:06

After taking fewer risks in an uncertain economy, Hollywood is hoping this year's crop of sequels, remakes and CGI spectaculars will be safe bets at the box office.

2010: Remakes and sequelsupdated Thu Jan 07 2010 10:03:23

Hollywood is set to go remake and sequel crazy in the next 12 months. Screening Room Xtra takes a sneak peek at the best of them.

Cheap thrills on the red carpetupdated Thu Jan 07 2010 10:02:46

The continuing instability of the world's economic climate means awards could be a cheap way to pull in movie-goers in 2010.

Danish film: Four to Watchupdated Wed Dec 23 2009 07:10:03

Danish films have been winning fans and prizes this year, with a broad range of hits from controversial "Antichrist" to budget documentaries about Burma.

Hollywood remake eyes global hit for 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo'updated Wed Dec 23 2009 07:00:27

A Hollywood remake is in the works for Stieg Larsson's international best-selling book "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo."

Norweigen film industryupdated Wed Dec 23 2009 06:57:01

The Screeing Room visit the beautiful fjord at Narvik. This place was once the scene of fighting during occupation of Norway in WW2.

Icelands film industry struggleupdated Wed Dec 23 2009 06:55:10

The Screening Room head to Iceland where one of the world's smallest film industry's is struggling to survive the economic winter.

Stockholm Film Festival 2009updated Wed Dec 23 2009 06:52:58

Stockholm Film Festival is celebrating its 20th anniversary. It's become the most important cinematic gathering in Scandinavia.

Danish films to look out forupdated Wed Dec 23 2009 06:36:34

From hard-hitting documentary "Burma VJ" to the "Terribly Happy," this year's Academy Awards nominee.

Screening Room Xtra in Januaryupdated Tue Dec 22 2009 13:22:25

The productions have wrapped, the edits completed, the premieres prepared and the audience seated.

The experts' 20 best movies of 2009updated Fri Dec 18 2009 12:20:01

It's been an epic year for movies.

The experts' 20 best movies of 2009updated Fri Dec 18 2009 09:44:36

It's been an epic year for movies.

'Harry Potter' star is decade's most profitable actressupdated Thu Dec 17 2009 10:25:08

It wasn't Julia Roberts, Angelina Jolie or even Meryl Streep that was named the most profitable actress of the decade -- instead, 19-year-old British actress Emma Watson took the title.

Jude Law 'in love' with 'Sherlock Holmes' co-star Robert Downey Jr.updated Thu Dec 17 2009 07:16:45

Director Guy Ritchie says he was determined to make Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, the two male leads in his new movie, "Sherlock Holmes," off-screen pals to ensure the success of his film.

'Sherlock Holmes' world premiere hits Londonupdated Tue Dec 15 2009 10:28:13

Controversial director Werner Herzog: No need for film schoolupdated Fri Dec 11 2009 11:44:55

Controversial Bavarian film director Werner Herzog advises young filmmakers they don't need to go to film school, but rather explore the world on foot, and not let fear of rejection keep them from their dreams.

Even the critics like Cameron's 'Avatar'updated Fri Dec 11 2009 09:57:19

James Cameron unveiled his much-hyped, wildly-anticipated 3D sci-fi epic "Avatar" to audiences in full in London Thursday.

First audiences rave about Cameron's 3D epic 'Avatar'updated Fri Dec 11 2009 06:17:33

James Cameron's feverishly-awaited sci-fi blockbuster "Avatar" has enjoyed its world premiere to strong reviews.

Life after Harry Potterupdated Wed Dec 09 2009 11:16:56

The cast and crew of Harry Potter talk about life after the franchise as they prepare to make their final film.

'Harry Potter' stars look back on nine years of magicupdated Wed Dec 09 2009 10:15:57

They might have been trained to ride flying broomsticks and mix potions but life after Hogwarts is still a riddle for the young magicians of the Harry Potter series.

Traveling film festival lands in heart of troubled Niger Deltaupdated Tue Dec 08 2009 10:29:20

Nigeria's Port Harcourt International Airport is buzzing with unusual activity. And perhaps for the first time it's not the departure hall that is attracting all of the attention.

Fox says 'Avatar' is costliest film it's ever madeupdated Mon Dec 07 2009 12:41:00

Hundreds of millions of dollars is a lot to spend on a film featuring a bunch of blue aliens -- but that's exactly what Fox Features has done with new 3D sci-fi "Avatar," which the movie studio says is the most expensive production it has ever made.

Fox says 'Avatar' is costliest film it's ever madeupdated Mon Dec 07 2009 10:15:09

Hundreds of millions of dollars is a lot to spend on a film featuring a bunch of blue aliens -- but that's exactly what Fox Features has done with new 3D sci-fi "Avatar," which the movie studio says is the most expensive production it has ever made.

Kidman, Cruz and Loren top star-studded cast of musical 'Nine'updated Fri Dec 04 2009 09:44:36

Where can you find Daniel Day-Lewis, Sophia Loren, Nicole Kidman, Penelope Cruz, Judi Dench, Marion Cotillard, Kate Hudson and Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas all having a blast singing and dancing together?

You're fired: 'Up in the Air'updated Thu Dec 03 2009 14:08:48

CNN's Katie Walmsley takes a look at the new film "Up in the Air", in it George Clooney fires people for a living.

The surprising Greek film winning fans abroadupdated Thu Dec 03 2009 12:04:03

For Greek cinema, the shadow of auteur Theo Angelopoulos has cast long over the blue sky of the Cote d'Azur in Cannes.

8 to watch: This holiday season's movies wrapped upupdated Wed Dec 02 2009 11:37:06

There's something for everyone at the movies this holiday season, from a musical with Daniel Day-Lewis to James Cameron's first feature since "Titanic."

The Screening Room Xtra in Decemberupdated Tue Dec 01 2009 08:46:30

The Screening Room Xtra visits Thessaloniki for the 50th anniversary of one of the world's oldest film festivals.

Yash Chopra - Bollywood super-producerupdated Fri Nov 27 2009 06:08:46

Meet the producer whose contribution to Bollywood is beyond comparison - Yash Chopra.

Aborigine drama wins top prize at Asia Pacific Screen Awardsupdated Thu Nov 26 2009 11:48:56

An Australian drama featuring two indigenous kids living in the middle of the vast continent has taken the top prize at Asia-Pacific's film awards.

Working Title: 'British movies can do Hollywood-style business'updated Thu Nov 26 2009 07:00:11

Working together must be easy for Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner, the award-winning movie producers.

'The Lovely Bones' is a 'positive' film, says Peter Jacksonupdated Wed Nov 25 2009 08:55:05

What does it take to frighten fantasy and horror meister Peter Jackson? A ghost.

A modern novel producer methodupdated Wed Nov 25 2009 08:01:10

The team behind tells us about their novel new way of becoming a producer.

What does a producer do?updated Wed Nov 25 2009 07:58:49

"What exactly does a producer do?" The Screening Room asked some of Hollywood's most powerful producers to explain.

Hey, Hollywood, the fangirls are callingupdated Thu Nov 19 2009 12:25:59

Melissa Buttigieg, 23, saw "Twilight" 15 times in the theater. Hassina Ford, 19, watched it on the big screen 10 times, and Aimee Murphy, 22, watches the DVD every day.

Apocalypse right now: '2012' and the best disaster moviesupdated Fri Nov 13 2009 09:00:05

Fifty story-high tidal waves engulfing entire cities, miles-wide meteors on a collision course with Earth, homicidal alien invaders with pulverizing technology -- nothing beats a good old disaster epic.

When actresses turn ugly ...updated Wed Nov 11 2009 10:42:49

One movie, more than any other, has planted its flag in the sand as the movie industry gears up for the awards season.

No more farm animals, says Clooney after 'Men Who Stare at Goats' roleupdated Fri Nov 06 2009 07:37:19

It may seem stranger than fiction, but George Clooney's latest film, paranormal comedy "The Men Who Stare at Goats," was inspired by real events.

'Fantastic Mr. Fox'updated Thu Nov 05 2009 06:32:03

The Screening Room travels to Roald Dahl's house in England to talk to director Wes Anderson about adapting "Fantastic Mr. Fox."

Carrey brings Christmas to London earlyupdated Wed Nov 04 2009 10:57:00

Horror legends back from the deadupdated Wed Nov 04 2009 09:19:26

There has been a resurgence of interest in horror recently, with zombies and vampires in particular colonizing our cinema screens in ever greater numbers.

'Buffy' creator bids $10,000 for 'Terminator' franchiseupdated Tue Nov 03 2009 13:49:36

Film-maker Joss Whedon says he wants to buy the rights to the multi-million dollar "Terminator" franchise -- not for millions, or hundreds of thousands of dollars, but for ten grand.

Hitchcock classics get a remake -- in sticky tapeupdated Tue Nov 03 2009 10:31:45

Philadelphia-based artist Mark Khaisman has proved you don't need suitcases of cash for successful movie remakes -- he simply raided the stationery cupboard.

'Slumdog' kids could lose trustupdated Fri Oct 30 2009 12:04:26

Two child stars from "Slumdog Millionaire" are in danger of losing money from a trust fund. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

DIY Dawn of the Deadupdated Thu Oct 29 2009 10:41:43

Myleene Klass gets a lesson in zombie make-up from Mark Price, the director of microbudget undead sleeper hit "Colin."

The science of scaryupdated Wed Oct 28 2009 13:34:40

Producer, Peter Katz talks to The Screening Room about his study into neurology and how it can help mark horror films more terrifying.

Quiz: Finish off these quotes from classic horror moviesupdated Wed Oct 28 2009 12:52:33

Wes Craven on horror filmsupdated Wed Oct 28 2009 12:21:10

Director Wes Craven tells CNN what makes a horror film work best.

Sam Raimi on horror filmsupdated Wed Oct 28 2009 12:17:49

Director Sam Raimi tells CNN what makes a horror film work best.

Hammer horror rises from deadupdated Wed Oct 28 2009 12:11:28

The Screening Room visits horror legend, Christopher Lee on the set of "The Resident" his first Hammer film in 34 years.

A scary masterclassupdated Wed Oct 28 2009 12:10:47

The Screening Room gets a horror masterclass from directors, Wes Craven, Sam Raimi, John Landis and George A. Romero.

John Landis on horror filmsupdated Wed Oct 28 2009 11:50:15

Director John Landis tells CNN what makes a horror film work best.

George Romero on horror filmsupdated Wed Oct 28 2009 11:48:01

Director George Romero tells CNN what makes a horror film work best.

Christopher Lee: Horror films today are 'obscene'updated Tue Oct 27 2009 09:12:39

Although his name is synonymous with horror, Christopher Lee says he doesn't have much desire to see pictures that fall under that genre these days.

Hammer glamour: A history of horror's leading ladiesupdated Mon Oct 26 2009 14:54:20

There is a special place reserved in the history of film for the gothic kitsch of "Hammer horror."

Eco-thriller exposes dolphin capture tradeupdated Sat Oct 24 2009 09:53:24

"The Cove" is a controversial documentary about dolphin slaughter that reveals the distressing secrets behind the multi-billion dollar industry in captive dolphins.

The little town that inspired Roald Dahl's 'Fantastic Mr. Fox'updated Fri Oct 16 2009 14:28:27

Clooney and 'Fantastic Mr. Fox' kick off London Film Festupdated Thu Oct 15 2009 11:39:25