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.
“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.
Are Boots Riley’s criticisms of BlacKkKlansman fair? MM looks at the beef between director and Spike Lee
The film follows the story of Ron Stallworth, a black undercover cop in 1979 who infiltrates the Klu Klux Klan.