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Cornerhouse Pick of the Week: The Invisible Woman

George Bellamy reviews Ralph Fiennes’ second directing venture

Cornerhouse Pick of the Week: Rough Cut

Matthew Thomas reviews Jamie Shovlin’s latest project, commissioned by Manchester’s Cornerhouse

Cornerhouse Pick of the Week: How to Survive a Plague

Tom Bruce reviews this powerful documentary that should be on everyone’s watch list

Cornerhouse Pick of the Week: Blue is the Warmest Colour

Jack Evans reviews the controversial Palme d’Or winner from this year’s Cannes Film Festival

Cornerhouse Pick of the Week: Short Term 12

Short Term 12 follows a 20-something supervising staff member, Grace (Brie Larson), of a foster care facility as she navigates the troubled waters of that world alongside her co-worker and longtime boyfriend, Mason (John Gallagher Jr.). One thing that struck me was the unenviable task the staff had, treading the fine line between being a […]

Cornerhouse Pick of the Week: Philomena

Our Cornerhouse Pick of the Week is Stephen Frears’ latest cinematic hit

Cornerhouse Pick of the Week: The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology

Faye Broadbent discusses how cinema made philosophy fun in our Cornerhouse pick of the week

Cornerhouse Pick of the Week: The Great Beauty

Suraj reviews the latest film from Paolo Sorrentino and tells us why it should be tipped for Oscar glory

Cornerhouse Pick of the Week: Mister John

Take a trip to the Cornerhouse to see the latest film from directing duo Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy

Come fly with me

The Cornerhouse get set to host a pre-release preview of Pedro Almodóvar’s latest film, Los Amantes Pasajeros

The 19th ¡Viva! Film Festival arrives at The Cornerhouse

The UK premiere of Eduard Cortés’ ¡Atraco! gets proceedings off with a bang (literally)

Review: ‘Chocó’ at the iViva Film Festival 2013

Leo Mates reviews this Columbian addition to the iViva! line up

Review: ‘Del Lado Del Verano’ at the iViva! Film Festival 2013

Dylan Wiggan reviews Antonia San Juan’s latest film, screened at the iViva! Film Festival

Review: ‘De Jueves A Domingo’ at the iViva! Film Festival 2013

Parizad Mangi reviews Chilean director Dominga Sotomayor Castillo’s directorial debut

Review: ‘Las Buenas Hierbas’ at the iViva! Film Festival 2013

Lucy Gooder reviews Mexican film ‘Las Buenas Hierbas’, one of the many films being showcased as part of the 19th iViva! Film Festival

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