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Review: Overlord

A cohesive and well-paced ‘Nazi zombies’ movie, Overlord is a solid genre-mash up with impressive action sequences, and gruesome body-horror, writes Alfie Clark

Photo: Claudia Neuray

Review: ReFrame

In ReFrame, held at the Manchester Art Gallery, Caroline and Maisie Broadhead interrogate representations of women and “women’s work’. They do this by responding to historic paintings of women by famous male artists. They challenge and disrupt traditional female representations.

Photo: Juliette Flach

Look up at art: Kate Daudy

Juliette Flach examines how artist, Kate Daudy, spreads human experiences across the seas through the power of art in her latest project, ‘Look up’.

Photo: Rosa Simonet

Kizzy Bray reviews the panel discussion and Q&A, ‘Women, Art Revolution’; an event which made up part of the ‘Celebrating Syria’ festival at HOME MCR

Photo:John McColgan @Wikimedia Commons

Review: Wildlife

Madeleine Peden reviews Wildlife, set in a small town in 1960s Montana, Paul Dano’s film adaptation of Richard Ford’s novel depicts the breakdown of the Brinson family

Photo: Juliette Flach

A Sunday at The Whitworth

Juliette Flach describes a vibrant Sunday at The Whitworth: rather than starting a new Netflix series, why not head over to one of the gallery’s many free events?

Photo: Juliette Flach

Journeys Live: World Music

Juliette Flach reviews the ‘Journeys Live’ World Music event which took place in Manchester’s Cathedral Gardens, reflecting on the positive messages of displayed in the face of hatred and division.

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