Ben Wheatley offers an absurdly realistic look at family engagements in his latest film ‘Happy New Year, Colin Burstead’.
‘You can’t unsee Hitchcock films’: 78/52 director Alexandre O. Philippe chats Psycho tribute with MM
Manchester gets its fair share of rain yet once you’ve watched Alexandre O. Philippe’s brilliant Psycho tribute you might never see water the same way again.
Running Labour’s general election campaign is both ‘exhilarating and shattering’ according to campaign chair Andrew Gwynne.
Last week we spoke to 56-year-old Dean Deakin from Bury, pub landlord at The Goose on Bloom Street in the Village and DJ favourite Danny Beard.
MM talk to Tom Hayes who is councillor for Oxford City – but originally hails from Salford.
Tom is also national secretary for LGBT Labour, a socialist society affiliated with the Labour party who campaign for further steps for LGBT equality.
You can call me Al: Film fans get chance to chat with Pacino as Salomé screens in Manchester with Q&A
Al Pacino will be keeping his friends close but his fans closer as his double feature based on an Oscar Wilde play will air this Sunday at Manchester’s Odeon cinema, followed by a Q&A.
Documentary film Twenty Feet From Stardom shines a light on the backing singers behind some of the greatest acts in popular music – many of them being women.