Cannes Film Festival 2015

The Cannes Film Festival took place from 13-24 May 2015.

Yorgos Lanthimos's The Lobster took home the Jury Prize and actress Rooney Mara was awarded for her role in UK film Carol from director Todd Haynes.
Discussions, Panels and Talks

Event Videos

Catch up on panel discussions and Talent Talks from the UK Film Centre at Cannes 2015

Talent Talk: Brooklyn

Finola Dwyer of the UK’s Wildgaze Films talks about collaborating with partners in Canada and Ireland to produce… Read more

Co-Producing with Scotland

What are the benefits of working with a Scottish co-producer? What are the challenges? How is Scotland viewed… Read more

Scottish Talent Focus

How do actors and film-makers move their careers forward? By showcasing the latest Scottish Talent we look at… Read more

International Finance

Trends in the International Film Finance Market

Discussion on the current market for international film finance, including strategy, packaging and distribution. Speakers: Christopher Young (Young… Read more

Talent Talk: Steve McQueen - The Man & Le Mans

UK directors Gabriel Clarke and John McKenna talk to film journalist Damon Wise about the making of their… Read more

Talent Talk: The Lobster

Lee Magiday and Ed Guiney from Ireland’s Element Pictures and Ceci Dempsey from the UK’s Scarlet Films tell… Read more

Talking Point: The Perfect Match

(in association with British Film Commission)

International experts and producers discuss how to combine your UK production with international locations and incentives. Speakers: Ildiko… Read more

Talking Point: Inside Festival Programming

(in association with British Council)

Leading international festival programmers provide insight on how to choose the right international festival for your film. Speakers… Read more

Talent Talk: Carol

In this panel in association with Women in Film & Television UK, Number 9 Films' Elizabeth Karlsen and… Read more

Talking Point: The Difficult Second Film

(in association with Screen International)

How post-first feature directors can make the leap to an international career. Speakers: Matthew Bates (Sayle Screen), Bec… Read more

Talking Point: Distribution Focus

​(in association with Screen Australia)

Know your international English-speaking markets; the films to make for audiences in the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand… Read more

Talking Point: Show Me the Green

Leading international filmmakers reveal the financial benefits of making a sustainable feature. Speakers: Trish Lake (Freshwater Pictures, Australia)… Read more