For Star Wars day Investigations Editor Joe McFadden describes why Star Wars: The Clone Wars was so important to him growing up and explains what makes the show so impactful over a decade later.
Mila Filipova reviews My Favourite War as a part of the Manchester Animation Festival, held at HOME
Dragon Rider is a German take on the concept of humans and dragons coexisting in one world, but fails to add anything innovative to it
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews 1927’s Roots at HOME
Deputy Film Editor, Josh Sandy, previews the highlights of the Manchester Animation Festival ahead of its much anticipated 5th edition
It seems like every week there’s a different festival happening in Manchester; here’s a selection of our favourite Mancunian film festivals
Matthew Johnston reviews Welcome To Marwen, which is so poor he wishes he entered his own imaginary world
The Manchester Animation Festival 2018 shared animations created in AniJam; a 48-hour animation challenge, based on the theme ‘Together.’
Danish animated documentary is a therapeutic and cathartic story of an openly gay Afghan refugee
Don’t let the bright colours and anthropomorphised animals fool you – this is Pixar’s most mature feature to date
These animated marvels have long led innovation in their field but how will they rank in our top ten series for style, sound and creative potential?
Opinon Editor Nimo Omer attended the preview event at HOME for Mimi and the Mountain Dragon, which premieres on BBC1 on Boxing Day
Manchester’s Everyman Cinema St John’s is hosting the Stealing Sheep “BIG WOWS” Video Series Premiere on Wednesday, 13 November
Will Robinson reviews Netflix’s aptly named Love, Death & Robots, the latest take on the growingly popular anthology-style of television.
The Disney sequel works for both kids and adults, due to intelligent writing, intricate and funny world-building, and excellent voice acting
Santiago Caicedo’s animated coming of age tale, Virus Tropical, proves to be a starkly simple slice of life fronted by terrific animation.