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MANIFF 2017: Public Intimacy and Railment

Mritunjay Sharma reviews Public Intimacy and Railment, both shown at the Manchester Film Festival 2017

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Top 5: Book to Film Adaptations

Films successfully adapted from books

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Review: Logan

The final installment of the Wolverine trilogy brings Hugh Jackman’s iconic role to a successful end

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Review: The Fits

First-time feature director Anne Rose Holmer’s composes an uncanny coming of age film which will leave you mulling over what you have seen for days to come

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The Rise of Damien Chazelle

The Oscars are over and it’s time to reflect on Chazelle’s journey to the top

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Oscars 2017

The 89th Academy Awards took place on the 26th February at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood

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Manchester Film Festival Opening Gala

The Manchester Film Festival kicks off to a flying start

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Review: The Great Wall

While this Chinese-American fantasy adventure may succeed in visual spectacle, there’s little else ‘great’ about Damon’s latest blockbuster

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Review: It’s Only The End of The World

Xavier Dolan’s brutally honest and claustrophobic new work shows us “home is where it hurts”, but its emotional disconnection makes it hard to relate, writes Joe Casson

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Review: The Lego Batman Movie

A Batman movie we may not deserve, but one we needed

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Q&A with Free Fire director Ben Wheatley

Director Ben Wheatley and actor Micheal Smiley preview their new film Free Fire at HOME with a special Q&A

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Review: The Eyes of My Mother

A story told in three parts, The Eyes of My Mother is a triumphant attempt at modern horror, from first time director Nicolas Pesce