Stutterer is a beautiful romance that sheds the clichéd tropes of the genre to produce something poignant, wonderful and genuine.
We Can’t Live Without Cosmos bears both the warm comfort of the Saturday morning cartoons of youth and the wonder and depth of the cosmos themselves.
Love Me Tinder is a melancholy tale of love and loneliness in a time when traditional routes to love are breaking down and solitude is accepted as the norm by many.
‘This year is particularly eclectic’: Kinofilm returns to Manchester with Oscar nominees and local shorts
Kinofilm, Manchester’s longest-running international short film and animation festival, is set to return on Monday 28th February for a weeklong display of shorts and animations.
Manchester Ride Along 2 fans ‘thought they were hallucinating’ when Ice Cube and Kevin Hart put in a surprise guest appearance at the Northern premier of their latest comedy at The Printworks.
Quentin Tarantino’s greatest strength, and biggest problem, is that he never lets anyone forget that he’s Quentin Tarantino.
‘A lifelong learning process’: Salford Uni film graduate on Golden Globes nomination and making Oscars shortlist
Salford University graduate Anna Heinamaa narrowly missed out on a Golden Globe for her foreign language film The Fencer last weekend but she’s still got a shot at an Oscar!
Let’s not beat about the bush – The Force Awakens is a straight up triumph in every aspect any fan could wish.
Todd Haynes’ Carol, featuring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, treads its own line between arthouse exploitation and mainstream cinema blends while exploring an unlikely but intense lesbian love affair.
The Printworks turns 15 this weekend, and to celebrate, the entertainment venue is hosting a raucous birthday bash filled with live music.
Sam Mendes brought us something rather special three years ago with Skyfall. He executed cool, clear and crisp thrills, while weaving an audacious unique story which we had never seen in a Bond film before.