As a film that attempts to capture the array of stories being covered by the numerous journalists of the French Dispatch paper, it feels only fitting that we at the Mancunion follow suit as four of our journalists tackle the story that is Wes Anderson’s new film.
Re-visiting Caryl Dunye’s landmark film ‘The Watermelon Woman’
Amid criticism, Craig’s increased vulnerability as Bond has historical foundations in the original novels.
Where are Manchester’s best cinemas? The Mancunion answers this question with a cohesive list of the best places to go around the city
Be prepared to be horrified, disturbed and spooked at this year’s Grimmfest.
Country of Hotels draws influence from The Shining, yet fails to add anything new to the genre in what becomes a boring and uncomfortable watch
Revisiting the cult classic ‘Withnail and I’ during lockdown provides a much needed moment of escapism and humour
Exploring the facets and films that made up the Japanese New Wave, Jason Fox introduces one of the most exciting movements of cinematic history
Welcome to Kinofilm, the most exciting short film festival coming to Manchester this week!
Dev Patel shines in A24’s new adaption of medieval romance and chivalry
Daniel Craig’s final outing as Bond is packed full of action and homages to his time in the role.
Known for its exciting and edgy art scene, The Mancunion introduces you to Manchester’s cinematic history.
The Dig humanises the groundbreaking archaeological discovery of the Sutton Hoo burial sites and is a heart wrenching account of friendship and love