A Great Day in Paris follows American jazz musicians living in Paris, of which around 70 gathered in Montmartre for a commemorative photograph in 2008.
Watching TV means that every 15-minutes there’s an interruption from a stream of advertisements, which collectively makes up a large portion of our viewing experience. I tend to roll my eyes at the awkward perfume adverts, but there are occasionally ones which do engage me. Gillette recently revealed their advert on toxic masculinity which gained […]
Aisha Al-Janabi argues that it is a good thing there now exists an increased pressure on brands to be socially-responsible and engaging.
The variation in a collection of short films is enticing to watch and the stories shared are valuable, as celebrated at the Kino Film Festival
The Village Screen Green will be hosting a pop-up cinema in The Victoria Baths including nostaglic films such as Home Alone.
Aisha Al-Janabi is in conversation with Paul Allen, the festival manager of KinoFilm Festival
The difference in words to describe actor and actress should have no consequence on the prestige of the word, but it appears to.
NoBudge.com is a site started by Kentucker Audley to support new and independent filmmakers who create low budget works
Quietly brilliant is the simplest way to describe Die Maisinsel
LevFlix was created in 2018, and hosts screenings with the community at the heart of it’s founding, organisation and continued success
The one off screening at HOME examines the Lebanese civil war
The Manchester Animation Festival returned to Manchester once more, hosted at HOME cinema showcasing a selection of animated films using different styles and covering a range of topics. This year The Mancunion’s writers had the opportunity to attend the festival, reviewing: AniJam, showcasing a selection of short, and heartwarming animated shorts created in a mere […]
Aisha Al-Janabi and Bella Jewell reflect on the vibrant and celebratory launch event of MACFEST 2018