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.”
Director David Lowery’s last film A Ghost Story (2017) showed the torment of death, so it’s fitting that his follow-up The Old Man & the Gun celebrates the joy of life – whether that is found robbing a bank or being on the tale of a criminal.
At HOME in the 80s: Xmas comes early for Manchester film buffs with classics like ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’
This Christmas HOME are jumping in their telephone box and travelling back to the 80s as part of their At HOME in the 80s film bonanza.
Vue Printworks showcases new IMAX laser technology as Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald debuts
Manchester filmgoers were treated to a new cinema spectacle last week as Vue Printworks showcased their upgraded IMAX screen fitted with the latest laser vison technology.
Bloodyminded promised to be the UK’s first single shot live broadcast interactive feature film. If you think this sounds ambitious, you would be correct.
Makeups, breakups, and a bag of s**t… Life on the big screen with one of New York’s flourishing female talents
For actress Arielle Haller-Silverstone life almost seems like one long romantic comedy.
It used to be hard to find a good LGBT film to while away an hour or so. A lot of low budget indie productions, some mainstream movies, and the occasional series did float around, but hardly ever made it onto our tellies.
‘You can’t unsee Hitchcock films’: 78/52 director Alexandre O. Philippe chats Psycho tribute with MM
Manchester gets its fair share of rain yet once you’ve watched Alexandre O. Philippe’s brilliant Psycho tribute you might never see water the same way again.