Writer and director Spencer Susser has partnered with Humane Society International to create a short, animated film starring a white
Cornwall is always forgotten. It’s a holiday destination for some, a topless Aiden Turner for others, but for a minority, it’s their home. The forgotten people are the subject of Mark Jenkin’s arresting and jarring first feature, Bait.
Hansel and Gretel without the ginger bread… 13-year-old Ashton ‘force of nature’ dreams up short adaptation
A 13-year-old girl living in Ashton is raising money to create her own short film adaptation of Hansel and Gretel.
A ‘childhood recurring nightmare’ has inspired a Manchester film producer to create his own crowdfunded sci-fi horror.
Zombies are amongst us in Manchester in an apocalyptic short film which tackles a father-daughter relationship between the undead.
Stutterer is a beautiful romance that sheds the clichéd tropes of the genre to produce something poignant, wonderful and genuine.
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.
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.
‘Northern films are more realistic’: Ricky Tomlinson talks up new talent ahead of Manchester film fest debut
Ricky’s latest film Him Upstairs gets its Manchester debut this weekend as part of the Manchester International Film Festival.
Run, by Mat Johns, was chosen to be exhibited at the showcase event which takes place between November 28 and December 6.