The stars will be out and converging on the Odeon Manchester Great Northern tonight as the city’s International Film Festival enters its sixth year of running.
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Film fever reached its height last weekend with the Oscars as Manchester had its own cinema celebration too with the third annual Manchester Film Festival packed full of an array of colourful and inspiring independent pictures from around the world.
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Co-founders Neil Jeram-Croft, 34, and Al Bailey, 36, say they were thrilled with the success of the festival and have already confirmed the event will be back next year.
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