For around forty-five years, Brian Cosgrove and Mark Hall, who together founded the Cosgrove Hall Films studio imprint, were behind some of the most loved children’s television shows including Danger Mouse, Bill & Ben, and Postman Pat.
February, along with January, is normally regarded as a ‘dump month’ in cinema.
With 2019 now in full swing let’s see what this year has to offer us and what trends and events are set to become the staple of the fashion industry.
Somewhere within Felix van Groeningen’s ‘Beautiful Boy’ there is a masterpiece.
INTERVIEW: No more ‘breaking filmmakers’ kneecaps’: Bernard and Huey director Dan Mirvish on how Kickstarter brought a long lost script to the screen
MM spoke to Bernard and Huey director Dan Mirvish as the film had its UK premiere at MANIFF last week, where it won Best Screenplay.
Stutterer is a beautiful romance that sheds the clichéd tropes of the genre to produce something poignant, wonderful and genuine.
The run up to this year’s Academy Awards was shrouded in controversy after, for the second year in a row, there were no nominees from ethnic minorities.
We Can’t Live Without Cosmos bears both the warm comfort of the Saturday morning cartoons of youth and the wonder and depth of the cosmos themselves.
‘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.
‘A lifelong learning process’: Salford Uni film graduate on Golden Globes nomination and making Oscars shortlist
Salford University graduate Anna Heinamaa narrowly missed out on a Golden Globe for her foreign language film The Fencer last weekend but she’s still got a shot at an Oscar!
Sad films may be ten-a-penny, but it’s very rare to find one that can hit you right in the gut like this without feeling heavy-handed or overly-manipulative.