Cornerhouse and Manchester Irish Language Group extend a hundred thousand welcomes to anyone interested in a morning of Irish language films
Love, revenge and 86,000 gallons of water: Why you can’t miss Romeo and Juliet’s tragic tale at Victoria Baths
Manchester audiences will experience the romance and tragedy of a mysterious criminal underworld, in a site-specific reimagining of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
Baking a monster: Giant ‘Frankenpudding’ edible art piece to be brought to life at Cornerhouse film premiere
The Cornerhouse and one of the Northern Quarter’s epicentres of comfort food are teaming up to create an interactive art piece that may require a few napkins – as it is made entirely from cake.
Battlestar Cash-lactica! FilmHub North West lands £50,000 funding payday for Manchester sci-fi season
Film Hub North West has secured a massive £51,100 grant from the British Film Institute (BFI) to take part in Sci-Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder season this autumn.
Animators do battle in 3D experience for printer worth more than £2,000 in Manchester Cup competition
Animators looking to design their way into the business will put their skills to the test in a bid to win Manchester’s 3D Print Cup and 3D printer worth over £2,000.
Frank, starring Michael Fassbender and Maggie Gyllenhaal, takes inspiration from Manchester’s Frank Sidebottom as he goes on a journey to music fame with new band member Jon (Domhnall Gleeson).
¡Muchas gracias Manchester! Spanish film director Roger Gual talks film, the ‘f***** up’ industry and football
The ¡Viva! Film Festival celebrated its 20th edition at the Cornerhouse and featured Spanish director Roger Gual’s Menu degustacion
MM sinks its teeth into food-friendly multi-lingual comedy Menú Degustació.
MM takes a look at the city’s finest arts events
Cornerhouse, our guardian angel of cinema, has delivered us yet another unmissable treat…
The IT Crowd’s quirky comic Richard Ayoade chats to MM about his film Submarine