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The ever-quotable Mean Girls

Top 5: High school movies

Moya Crockett takes us down memory lane with some high school favourites

The American landscape and car are key features of On the Road

Review: ‘On The Road’

Nihal takes us through Walter Salles’ adaption of the Kerouac classic

Manchester's vista has changed over time

Manchester in Film

A look, through archive footage, at Manchester in the last century

ODEON Cinema Listings

A look at what’s showing at Odeon this week

Girls Shaped Love Drug is Simon Powell's debut feature film

Review: ‘Girl Shaped Love Drug’

GMFF founder Simon Powell presents the World Premiere of his first feature length film at the Greater Manchester Film Festival

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Review: ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’

Robbie Davidson reviews Emma Watson’s latest acting venture

BAFTA 2012 Short Film Mwansa the Great

BAFTA 2012 short films

Even in this first ever year of Manchester’s film festival a strong precedent has been set on the standard that the GMFF has to offer….

Holy Motors is showing at the Cornerhouse Theatre

‘Holy Motors’

Our “Cornerhouse Pick of the Week” is Leos Carax’s star-studded “Holy Motors”

Finally Manchester's own film festival

For the love of film

The Greater Manchester Film Festival delivers a day to celebrate Manchester as the City of Cinema

Star Wars a New Hope is one of the best remembered of 1977's film offerings

A Year In Film: 1977

Charlotte Mather takes us through her memorable year in film

Death Watch now showing at the Cornerhouse

‘Death Watch’

Our Cornerhouse Pick of the Week is Bertrand Tavernier’s 1980’s hit

Movie Poster for On the Road

Preview: ‘On the Road’

Joshua Brown explains why he is so excited about the upcoming Kerouac adaption