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Danny Boyle on Manchester, working with Richard Curtis, and why his...

Yesterday is a joyous romantic comedy written by the master of the genre, Richard Curtis, and directed by Danny Boyle. It might seem unexpected for...

A Rocky Horror singalong cinema with bottomless drinks is coming to...

We all know it, we all love it, and we can’t get enough of it whenever it’s shown on TV or makes an appearance...

A singalong Mary Poppins cinema with bottomless drinks is coming to...

Growing up, Mary Poppins was one of those childhood classics you could watch over and over again without getting bored. The 1964 film starring Julie...

Why you have to see a film at Wilmslow’s revamped Rex...

A collective cry swept across Wilmslow when the last curtain fell at its beloved Rex Cinema in 1995. But following a recent Facebook campaign...

An exclusive new cinema club with room for just 16 people...

The Old Bank Residency project at NOMA is set to expand in May, with three new additions. These will include a documentary cinema, a collaboratively...

The UK’s biggest Spanish and Latin American festival is celebrating its...

Taking place at HOME Manchester, the 25th edition of the Viva Spanish and Latin American Festival runs for three weeks and showcases the best...

Meet the Stockport film director bringing a female focus to film...

Stockport-born director Carol Morley made a splash in 2011 with her semi-documentary Dreams of a Life about Joyce Carol Vincent, who died in her...

New film Being Frank is a moving and funny portrait of...

Being Frank: The Chris Sievey Story is a moving and funny documentary that traces the life and career of the man behind the Frank...

International Women’s Weekender at HOME celebrates women in global cinema

As part of a year-long programme celebrating women in global cinema, HOME is hosting the three-day International Women’s Weekender to mark International Women’s Day. “The...

Stretford is getting a new open air cinema with views across...

This March you can watch movies with views across Manchester at Stretford’s first open air screenings on the top of the town’s multi-storey carpark. “It’s...

Manchester Film Festival will show over 150 movies in a week...

The Manchester Film Festival is back next month for its fifth year. The programme is bigger than ever, spanning a full week of screenings...

Christmas movies in Manchester – where to go for your festive...

From Elf to The Greatest Showman, there are plenty of festive flicks screening in Manchester this Christmas. Alongside traditional venues, there are also some fun ways...

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