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Yearly Archives: 2017

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Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival 2017 Short Interview: Found

An interview with Richard Hughes, director of Found

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Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival 2017 Documentary Interviews: Cabby and The Botanist

The Mancunion speaks to directors Maude Plante-Husaruk and Daniel Watts about their films which featured at the Manchester Lift-Off Festival 2017

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Live: Sun Ra Arkestra

Sophie Billington is blasted into space as she reports from Sun Ra Arkestra’s tenure at Band on the Wall

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Review: Raw

Raw delves into the complexity of the human psyche whilst transgressing the boundaries of genre

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Review: Indique

Miriam’s back on Burton Road to find our whether Indique deserves is high spot on TripAdvisor’s ‘best restaurants in Manchester’ list

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Album: Father John Misty — Pure Comedy

On his disappointing third album, Father John Misty comes across as a parody of himself, offering trite social commentary and uninspired music, writes Joe Casson

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Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival – Day 3 Shorts Part 1

James Gill reviews five shorts from the final day of the Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival

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Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival 2017- Day 3 Shorts Part 2

Eloïse Wright covers five of the the shorts from day 3 of the Manchester Lift-Off Festival

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Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival – Day 2 Shorts, Part 1

James Gill outlines one half of the short film selection for the second day of the Lift-Off Film Festival

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Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival 2017- Day 2 Shorts, Part 2

Eloïse Wright covers five of the short films from the second day of the Manchester Lift-Off Festival

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Lift-Off film festival 2017 review: Where The Windmills Are

Where The Windmills Are was the third and final feature film shown at the Lift-Off film festival in March 2017, and was very popular amongst the audience at Texture in Manchester’s Northern Quarter

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Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival 2017- Day 1 Shorts, Part 2

Eloïse Wright covers The Last Laugh, The Track, Faustine, The Wolves Beyond the Timber and Retriever from the Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival