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Eloïse Wright

Eloïse Wright


Calling all film students, cinephiles and critics – Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival 2018

Calling all film students, cinephiles and critics – Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival 2018

Don’t miss the chance to get involved with this year’s Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival!
Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival 2018

Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival 2018

The International Lift-Off Film Festival is coming back to Manchester at the end of the month to showcase high quality independent film
The Lift-Off Global Network story

The Lift-Off Global Network story

The story behind the ever-growing global independent film network, Lift-Off

Review: The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

“35 dollars for a salmon. You get the salmon to blow you for that price?”

Review: Goodbye Christopher Robin

Simon Curtis plays it safe with this A.A. Milne biopic

Re-appraisal: Jungle Fever

Jungle Fever is as powerful as it was 26 years ago

Review: The Hitman’s Bodyguard

Patrick Hughes reaches the low expectations we had for his film and keeps falling

In conversation with Neville Pierce

From student editor to film journalist for Empire, Neville Pierce is quite the chameleon

Review: My Life as a Courgette

Eloise Wright shares her thoughts on the French stop motion

Interview: Enemies Within

Eloïse Wright interviews Selim Azzazi

Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival 2017- Day 3 Shorts Part 2

Eloïse Wright covers five of the the shorts from day 3 of the Manchester Lift-Off Festival

Lift-Off film festival 2017 review: Where The Windmills Are

Where The Windmills Are was the third and final feature film shown at the Lift-Off film festival in March 2017, and was very popular amongst the audience at Texture in Manchester’s Northern Quarter

Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival 2017- Day 1 Shorts, Part 2

Eloïse Wright covers The Last Laugh, The Track, Faustine, The Wolves Beyond the Timber and Retriever from the Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival

Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival 2017- Day 2 Shorts, Part 2

Eloïse Wright covers five of the short films from the second day of the Manchester Lift-Off Festival

Review: See No Evil — The Moors Murders

A sensitive but profound look at the horrific real-life Moors Murderers

Review: The Founder

An overnight sensation 30 years in the making

Sundance Film Festival 2017 highlights

Eloïse Wright reflects on the 2017 Sundance Film Festival

Revisiting: Blue Velvet

Eloïse Wright revisits Lynch’s classic

Review: The Birth of a Nation

The Birth of a Nation is a powerful film about important issues

Review: Bleed For This

Bleed for This is the captivating biopic Miles Teller needed to engrave his name in the hallmarks of cinema recognition