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.
Sometimes our plants need a little bit of extra love, and these apps will help you give it.
Which rumours can be diffused and which demand more clarity on the supposed links between needle spiking and HIV?
Mila Filipova gives us an insight into the Italian shorts at Manchester’s local festival, Kinofest 2021
From gushing over Go-Falafel to defining true love, Heather Baron-Gracie of the Pale Waves sits down with Jay Mitra to discuss queerness, her favourite spots in Manchester, and going stir crazy in a “tin can tour bus.”
Jessica Hamilton reviews The Woman in Black at the Palace Theatre – the first show at the Palace since reopening after over a year
Born out of a post war slump and growing permissiveness, the genre of erotic horror remains one of the most controversial and influential in cinema history
What is Sandlercore? Our writer takes a deep dive into the new TikTok phenomenon to give you all the details
For the month of October, an English Literature student tries to curb her spending habits and stick to a budget. Will she manage?
Just when you think gender-critical feminists run out of people to be angry at, they turn their fire towards Oxfam
A review of Steve Reich inspired ‘Bread Song’ by critically acclaimed experimental rock band Black Country Road ahead of the release of their second album From Ants Up There in February 2022.
Mila Filipova writes a review for Kinofest’s The Pebble and the Boy, exploring the director’s love of music and the 80s decade.
Mila Filipova explores the award winning selection of International films shown at Kinofilm fest 2021.
We review Exile, a newly established café in Fallowfield
Madison Emmett reviews Anna X at the Lowry, starring Golden Globe winner Emma Corrin
Harriet Cummings reviews The Cat and The Canary at the Opera House, starring Bond girl Britt Ekland and West End star Marti Webb
From spreading good vibes to creating sustainable fashion: an insight into how Softer People became the brand it is today.