The precedent set by modern TV is not only one that destroys the artistic integrity of the film but perpetuates a cycle of negative watching and passive viewership. Film Editor Benjy Klauber-Griffiths challenges television supremacy.
MANIFF 2022: At moments shocking, at times confusing, this is the black American commentary audiences have needed
MANIFF 2022: Based on a true story, The Falconer is a cinematic dream but loses audiences due to its meandering plot and irritating protagonists
MANIFF 2022: Examining a generation raised on social media, this documentary takes a dive into some of the most troubling aspects of Gen Z’s technological addictions.
Whilst undeniably a new take on the caped crusader, Matt Reeves’ recent The Batman misses the mark and only manages to offer a two-dimensional mystery slog
Four of our film writers give their predictions for the upcoming Academy Awards
Joel Coen’s The Tragedy of Macbeth is an aesthetic dream that artfully shakes up the Shakespeare cliches of the last decade and offers something truly unique.
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.
From comedy dramas to superhero charmers here’s a list of our top Tv picks for April
MANIFF 2022: A circus located in small-town America, a young woman looking beyond her families expectations, Balloon Animal is a coming of age story loaded with intrigue and depth
MANIFF 2022: This Lithuanian murder mystery delivers the excitement factor audiences love in such a thriller. It’s just a shame the audience I watched it with were so bad
MANIFF 2022: A witty mix of sci-fi horror and family melodrama, Natalie Kennedy delivers in her first foray into the genre
Film editor Benjy Klauber looks back at some of the best, and worst, depictions of university life in British film and TV.
Lacking that fix of cinema? Here’s a cohesive list of the most exciting things going on in Manchester and across the film world for the next month
Here are our least favourite Christmas films, so you can stay jolly this Christmas season
Exploring the facets and films that made up the Japanese New Wave, Jason Fox introduces one of the most exciting movements of cinematic history