Launched this week, Quibi is a new streaming service whose videos are exclusively ten minutes or less. Unlike its web-friendly competitors, it can only be used on mobile devices, utilising dynamic portrait-to-landscape ‘Turnstyle’ viewing technology – that is, whatever way up your phone is, your shows will always be full-screen.
OPINION: Hollywood is failing to represent different races… but the British film industry is picking up the slack
It’s 2019 and more still needs to be done in the film industry – in some parts of the world at least.
Over the last few years, the internet has allowed access to a range of content from across the world. Is it any surprise that there has been an increase in the number of people listening and watching things from different countries, especially from countries in Asia?
In 1997, a 13-year-old girl named Heaven opened up to social worker Tarana Burke about her mother’s boyfriend molesting her.
The 1992 movie ‘Death Becomes Her’, starring Meryl Streep, Bruce Willis and Goldie Hawn, has been long-regarded as a queer classic but a drag parody of the film at HOME turned the well-loved flick into an even camper affair – and we couldn’t get enough.
‘Our gym didn’t know what had hit it!’ The Incredible Hulk leaves MM green with envy (although we DID spar with Spencer Wilding)
Acting legend Lou Ferrigno is in Manchester today to attend the weekend-long For the Love of Sci-Fi convention taking place near Trafford Park.
Hollywood glamour and mind games with an unexpected twist are thrust together in the gothic surrounds of an English haunted house in Joe O’Byrne’s The Haunting of Blaine Manor.
A Hollywood blockbuster starring Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman and Jude Law is set to start filming in Manchester city centre this weekend.
It’s not that it’s a bad film, in fact it’s quite brilliant. But even though this grisly tour of Hollywood’s ugly side can be hard to watch, you daren’t take your eyes off it for a second
Manchester filmmaker uses ‘the force’ to pull in Hollywood talent for Star Wars and The Office mash-up
Carl Whiteley, 33, from Scunthorpe, wrote the script for The Empire, a comedy mash-up of Star Wars and The Office three years ago
Award winning producer of El Mariachi and global hit Desperado, Carlos Gallardo, is coming to Manchester as a guest speaker in a film master class available for budding directors, producers and writers.