The UK’s biggest celebration of new Spanish and Latin American cinema ¡Viva! Festival is back at HOME for its 26th year.
Greed is definitely not about Sir Philip Green. Steve Coogan’s power-hungry, wealth-hoarding, egomaniacal, self-centred and image-obsessed character Sir Richard McCreadie is in no way, shape, or form similar to the Topshop tycoon.
Kirk Brandon made his long-awaited return to Greater Manchester, marking his first appearance in the area in … eight days.
Leigh has been a Labour held constituency for almost a century. Jo Platt won the seat in 2017 with a 20% majority over her nearest competitor James Grundy of the Conservative Party.
Chaotic horror comedy romp Come to Daddy from Kiwi director Ant Timpson is an outlandish tale of father son bonding under the most extreme circumstances, that manages to defy expectations at every turn.
Is anyone ever really gone? Denis Côte poses this question with his adaption of Laurence Olivier’s (no, not that one) novel, a glacially paced gaze at a community’s grief following an untimely death.
Have you ever woken from an especially interesting dream, gone to recount the details to someone only to find it suddenly seems incomprehensible in your head?
This charming tale of a mother and son’s meandering summer holiday from The Inbetweeners star Simon Bird in his directorial debut could easily wander into mediocrity, but instead becomes something all the more endearing.
A French crime drama centring around the murder of an elderly woman in a poor commune in France sounds like it has all the right threads to make a compelling story.
Robert Eggers’s sophomore effort follows two 19th century lighthouse keepers gradual descent towards madness at their isolated outpost in an ethereal trip through the annals of sailor myth and folklore.
Cannes regular Ken Loach’s latest offering ‘Sorry We Missed You’ is another traumatising but important no-thrills inquiry into poverty in the UK, this time focusing his lens on zero-hour contracts.