A Manchester filmmaker has released a documentary investigating the theory that the city is home to an unidentified and elusive
‘Get Back’, the eagerly-anticipated Beatles biopic directed by Peter Jackson is set to be released November 25. The three-part series
F1 Drive to Survive: The wait for Season 3 is over and the world’s most dramatic sport does not disappoint
The chaos and drama that unfolds in every Formula One season is exactly why this sport is a perfect fit
October might be the start of the miserable, cold weather but it also marks Black History Month. Why not spend
For years, the ongoing debate surrounding social media has been both positive and negative. The Social Dilemma on Netflix raises
Operation Augusta: Investigation into sexual exploitation of Manchester children exposes major failings by authorities
An independent assurance review of the effectiveness of multi-agency responses to child sexual exploitation in Greater Manchester released today has exposed serious faults within a system that should have protected children but instead ignored their pleas for help.
Interview: Are The Low Flying Geese about to take off? MM chat mankinis and the late Ray Boddington with Piccadilly Rats docu maker
Nathan Cunningham, who owns The Low Flying Geese production company, is awaiting confirmation from the BBC on whether they will commission his documentary debut Piccadilly Rats: Live in Moderation – which charts the highs and lows of the band and has been three years in the making.
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!
Stacey Dooley is among that rare breed of investigative journalist that is as affable as she is Avant-garde.
“It’s not a documentary about Elvis and it’s not a biopic,” dismisses Eugene Jarecki – the director and co-writer of The King, a film that chronicles the rise and fall of Elvis Presley.
‘It will make you twitch, it will make you salivate’: MM chat to Forty-Five: The Search for Soul ‘crate-diggers’ Anthony Ladesich & Johnny Starke
Collecting vinyl is by no means a rare or remarkable hobby, but in the case of DJ and crate-digger-extraordinaire Johnny Starke, it’s a passion that filmmaker Anthony Ladesich had to document in his Manchester Film Festival award-winning short film Forty-Five: The Search for Soul.