Robots, World War Two baby smugglers, murder trials, and purgatorial train stations – these are just some of the stories
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 Parking Lot Social have teamed up with intu Trafford Centre to put together the UK’s biggest drive-in winter festival,
Mancunian Matters top 5 Netflix Christmas films that are a must see for these colds winter nights.
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?
Love Me Tinder is a melancholy tale of love and loneliness in a time when traditional routes to love are breaking down and solitude is accepted as the norm by many.
‘This year is particularly eclectic’: Kinofilm returns to Manchester with Oscar nominees and local shorts
Kinofilm, Manchester’s longest-running international short film and animation festival, is set to return on Monday 28th February for a weeklong display of shorts and animations.
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.
The Government’s controversial new porn laws mean ‘a bunch of old dudes who’ve never made a woman ejaculate’ are now deciding what porn you can and can’t watch, according to an adult entertainment mogul.
Raiders of the Lost Arndale? Ambitious short film transforms Manchester into love letter to 80s’ action flicks
Award-winning short film Sophie’s Fortune captures the cinematic style of old school blockbusters in a fraction of the running time and on a fraction of the budget