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.
Cornwall is always forgotten. It’s a holiday destination for some, a topless Aiden Turner for others, but for a minority, it’s their home. The forgotten people are the subject of Mark Jenkin’s arresting and jarring first feature, Bait.
Certain decades are defined by a certain type of film.
Yesterday is a film centred on the idea that the music of the Beatle’s never existed and is completely forgotten by everyone, all except one.
‘How he really is…’: As It Was director Charlie Lightening reveals film will lift the lid on the REAL Liam Gallagher
May 30, 2017 – During the most emotional period the city’s seen since the Manchester Blitz, 18-year-old me queued to see Liam Gallagher play the first show of his comeback at the Ritz.
‘It was brutal’: Jim Cummings on Springsteen, inspirations and upscaling Thunder Road from Sundance short to cinema release
MM spoke with Jim Cummings prior to a preview screening at HOME, Manchester.
Innovative theatre company Señor Serrano return to ¡Viva! Festival this April with their hotly-anticipated performance Kingdom.
An exhibition of archive material is currently running at Manchester Central Library until April 30, and it’s full of videos, props and even Frank’s original head!
A jar of discarded cigarettes. A crate of booze, paid for with redundancy money. Scarred wallpaper. These are the images that fill Richard Billingham’s directorial debut Ray & Liz, and you’d be right in thinking it’s a fairly miserable affair.
February, along with January, is normally regarded as a ‘dump month’ in cinema.
Somewhere within Felix van Groeningen’s ‘Beautiful Boy’ there is a masterpiece.