Austria     Belgium     Brazil     Canada     Denmark     Finland     France     Germany     Hungary     Iceland     Ireland     Italy     Luxembourg     The Netherlands     Norway     Poland     Spain     Sweden     Switzerland     UK     USA     



The Renaissance of Live Event Television

The 96th Academy Awards has become a testament to the revival of live event TV, drawing an impressive 19.5 million viewers, a four-year peak according to Nielsen data.

GAME/ACTION/MATCH: 10 great sports films in recent years

Halls and rings, stadiums and pitches — all fertile ground for filmmakers to showcase human performance and perseverance

ICONS: Denis Villeneuve

"The second film is much more of an action film than the first part. It's more muscular." One of the most influential directors of our time, Denis Villeneuve returns on February 29 with the second part of Dune.

10 films to look forward to in 2024

From The Dune sequel to Deadpool 3, we've rounded up 10 movies we're really, really looking forward to this year.

OSCARS 2024: 10 films that will dominate the Oscar season

The big autumn festivals are over, as are the regional film festivals (Cannes, Venice, Toronto...). Like every year, speculation has already begun as to who will headline next year's Oscar night.

CULTURE: David Fincher (Part 2)

David Fincher introduced his stylistic traits to audiences in the 1990s, but his most successful films date back to the 2000s.

ICONS: David Fincher (Part 1)

The legendary director of Seven and Fight Club, has been working exclusively with Netflix since the great Mindhunter. His second film for the platform, The Killer, will be released on 10 November.

Writers Guild of America Ratifies Three-Year Contract with Studios, Ending 148-Day Strike

After nearly five months of uncertainty and picket lines, the WGA has officially ended the second-longest strike in the guild's history.

How Beyoncé and Taylor Swift are changing the film industry

Their respective concert films have set the stage for a transformative shift in the way movies are distributed and enjoyed, and it all ties back to a significant change in antitrust law.

Hollywood Strikes: Writers Guild Tentative Deal Offers Glimpse of Stability

After 146 days the Writers Guild of America, representing over 11,000 screenwriters, reached a tentative agreement with entertainment companies.


Enter your email address to receive early access to DECISION’s latest articles!