Manchester has produced some of the biggest superstars in the film industry, from Trainspotting director Danny Boyle to acting royalty Ian
Yes, it’s finally that time of year, when it becomes socially acceptable to watch Christmas films again. There’s nothing better
After the delay of the upcoming James Bond picture, No Time to Die, Cineworld have decided to close their doors
Halloween is finally here! While we may not be able to go trick-or-treating this year, at least we can still
The film is the cinematic equivalent of a slap in the face, making you sit up straight in your seat and pay attention.
Grimmfest, Manchester’s very own festival of horror, cult and fantastic film, comes to the Printworks’ Vue cinema for its 2017 run.
Football related movies are pretty hard to find, and finding the ones linked to Manchester United is even harder.
‘I’m still figuring it out’: Second memoir and debut novel helping Naomi Jacobs come to terms with trauma
In the final instalment of our trilogy of stories chronicling the amazing life of Naomi Jacobs, she tells us her plans for the future, and the possibility of a move to fiction writing.
‘There’s a funny side to losing your memory!’: Naomi Jacobs says Steve Coogan interest takes story to ‘next level’
Last week, we brought you the first of our three part interview with Naomi Jacobs, whose memoir telling the tale of her amnesia was published by Macmillan. This week, she tells us more about the impending film version of her story.
‘I feel blessed that I survived’: Meet the woman whose tragic tale of amnesia and abuse is set for Hollywood
MM talks to Naomi Jacobs, whose remarkable tale of depression, abuse and amnesia is set to be turned into a film by Steve Coogan
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, you will know that the world of cinema is on the verge of something big.