Yes, it’s finally that time of year, when it becomes socially acceptable to watch Christmas films again. There’s nothing better
Despite the excitement that still surrounds it, launching a copycat MCU hasn’t consistently worked out for DC
Dan Haygarth reviews Spike Lee’s new Vietnam War drama
The film was released in a matter of weeks after Harvey Weinstein began his 23-year prison sentence and is inspired by tales of women working in the film industry.
The UK’s biggest celebration of new Spanish and Latin American cinema ¡Viva! Festival is back at HOME for its 26th year.
Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf are back in Walt Disney’s animated sequel Frozen II in a quest to save the kingdom of Arendelle, but all is not what it seems.
Everyone in England seems to be bombarding the Arndale Centre, every theatre production is fully booked and God help you if you want to get into a casino or cinema.
Robert Eggers’s sophomore effort follows two 19th century lighthouse keepers gradual descent towards madness at their isolated outpost in an ethereal trip through the annals of sailor myth and folklore.
As part of the year-long programme Celebrating Women in Global Cinema, HOME ran a season this May focusing on women’s activism and involvement in trade unionism: Women, Organise!
It has to be said, it’s been a great few months for women on screen since THAT Game of Thrones episode, Fleabag, Derry Girls, Killing Eve, Back to Life – if you’ve not seen it, add it to the list.
Chris Sievey’s art teacher once wrote about him that “he has talent, but his fantasy is not always a success.”