In memory of Hollywood and comedy icon Robin Williams, Manchester’s Gorilla will be hosting an all- day event to celebrate the work of one of the most naturally talented actors to have graced our screens.
HOME welcomed esteemed writer-director John Boorman into their newly carpeted venue to answer a few questions about his follow up film to Hope and Glory.
There’s not much room for epic journeys in and around Manchester – but don’t worry, because THE epic quest is coming to the city.
The film itself is a rhetorical question; how much can you ever really know about your other half? The answer offered: next to nothing. If you’re lucky.
An all-girl roller derby group are offering Mancunians the chance to join the hordes of the living dead in a roller disco to raise funds to renovate their decaying Oldham home on Friday.
Stockport writer reveals why he penned ‘love letter’ to Manchester in new drama on 1996 Arndale bombing
Peter Bowker’s latest drama ‘From Here to There’ uses the day the IRA bomb went off just outside the Arndale Centre on June 15 1996 as a backdrop for an emotive comedy-drama.
Review: Manchester indie film The Lost Generation premieres at The Plaza ‘Super Cinema’ in Stockport
The independent film was directed by Mark Ashmore
Alcohol, drugs and lawsuits with the Man in Black: Son of Johnny Cash’s manager reveals all before Manchester screening
Cornerhouse screens My Father and the Man in Black
Richard Linklater’s third instalment in the Before trilogy
I Can Haz Screening? Cervical cancer awareness raised by feline YouTube hits in University of Salford scheme
Cat That Got the Screen is part of this week’s Cervical Screening Awareness event
It’s your right: Lesbian and bisexual women urged to demand cancer tests for Cervical Screening Awareness Week
Many LGBT women are refused screenings