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Review: The Believers Are But Brothers

Orla Quilligan reviews Javaad Alipoor’s exploration of what it is to be a young Muslim man today. Part of Orbit 2017

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Gig Preview: Upclose: Manchester Camerata & Aziz Ibrahim: Lahore to Longsight

A story of his father, torn between the cultures of his home Pakistan and inner-city Manchester

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In Conversation: Kevin Jerome Everson

A rare visit to the UK by the prolific filmmaker and professor

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HOME Cinema Preview: 6th October

James Gill gives us a quick look at what’s on this week at HOME Cinema

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HOME Cinema Preview: 29th September

James Gill gives us a quick look at what’s on this week at HOME Cinema

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HOME Cinema Preview: 22nd September

James Gill gives us a quick look at what’s on this week at HOME Cinema.

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Review: Wind River

Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen star in a chilling thriller set in the unforgiving snowy wilderness of Wyoming

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HOME Cinema Preview: 15th September

James Gill gives us a quick look at what’s on this week at HOME Cinema.

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Review: Letters to Morrissey

A gripping and thoroughly enjoyable piece of theatre, says Lily Brittain.

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Review: The Limehouse Golem

Ackroyd’s 1994 novel is adapted for the big screen in a sinister Victorian murder mystery led by Bill Nighy

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HOME’s Playback exhibition showcases new film talent

Up and coming young filmmakers screen short-film masterpieces as part of a project to encourage youth access to the most exclusive field in modern media

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University of Manchester student premieres film at HOME

Christopher Murray sits down with The Mancunion to unpack his second feature length film, El Cristo Ciego (The Blind Christ)