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Secaderos (Tobacco Barns) review: Light and shade in Southern Spain | VIVA 30

Secaderos (Tobacco Barns) review: Light and shade in Southern Spain | VIVA 30

Combining the magical with the real all whilst creating a story of personal and environmental change, Rocio Mesa’s debut film is an exciting new voice in Spanish cinema
A gift guide for film lovers

A gift guide for film lovers

As Christmas comes around once again, these are the gifts you should be getting for the cinephiles in your life
The Boy and the Heron review: Miyazaki’s failure to retire comes to our delight | MAF 2023

The Boy and the Heron review: Miyazaki’s failure to retire comes to our delight | MAF 2023

Hayao Miyazaki returns to screens with The Boy and the Heron, filled with adventure, sincerity and whimsicality it marks itself as the quintessential Miyazaki film
Last Night in Soho review: Edgar Wright takes audiences back to the Swinging Sixties | FilmFear 2023

Last Night in Soho review: Edgar Wright takes audiences back to the Swinging Sixties | FilmFear 2023

HOME and Film4 bring a weekend of frightful films to a close with Edgar Wright’s glamorous horror, Last Night in Soho
Tiger Stripes review: Malaysian body horror for the TikTok era | FilmFear 2023

Tiger Stripes review: Malaysian body horror for the TikTok era | FilmFear 2023

Amanda Nell Eu makes her directorial debut with soft body horror Tiger Stripes
There’s Something in the Barn review: Ancient elves and millennial Americans collide in witty Norwegian Christmas horror | FilmFear 2023

There’s Something in the Barn review: Ancient elves and millennial Americans collide in witty Norwegian Christmas horror | FilmFear 2023

Magnus Martens’ festive black comedy sees it’s UK premiere as part of FilmFear at Manchester’s HOME cinema
Saltburn review: LFF opens to a bang with maximalist class thriller | LFF 2023

Saltburn review: LFF opens to a bang with maximalist class thriller | LFF 2023

Emerald Fennell’s sophomore feature tackles class and privilege in a bold maximalist vision for LFF’s opening night film
¡Viva! 2023: La Casa entre los cactus

¡Viva! 2023: La Casa entre los cactus

Carlota González-Adrio’s debut feature film is accompanied by a live Q&A for the 2023 ¡Viva! Spanish and Latin American Film Festival
HOME’s homage to Julie Christie this British Film Stars season

HOME’s homage to Julie Christie this British Film Stars season

HOME cinema embraces the Swinging Sixties with an ode to Julie Christie during its British Film Stars season
Making the most of Manchester this winter

Making the most of Manchester this winter

Manchester has no shortage of places to explore – enjoy some of our suggestions for the best that the city has to offer this festive season
Manchester Animation Festival 2021: Animated Shorts Mixtape Side B – short films leave a lasting impact

Manchester Animation Festival 2021: Animated Shorts Mixtape Side B – short films leave a lasting impact

Pip Carew reviews the diverse selection of shorts on display on Mixtape Side B at the Manchester Animation Festival
Where to Watch: A Guide to Manchester’s Cinemas

Where to Watch: A Guide to Manchester’s Cinemas

Where are Manchester’s best cinemas? The Mancunion answers this question with a cohesive list of the best places to go around the city
Preview: Manchester Animation Festival

Preview: Manchester Animation Festival

Deputy Film Editor, Josh Sandy, previews the highlights of the Manchester Animation Festival ahead of its much anticipated 5th edition
Review: Two For Joy

Review: Two For Joy

Izzy Sharp finds aspects of Tom Beard’s Two For Joy compelling and heartfelt, yet ultimately unable to strike home with its depiction of the tensions within a modern British family
Review: Tetsuo: The Iron Man

Review: Tetsuo: The Iron Man

Tetsuo: The Iron Man is a radical film that is profoundly shocking in both style and content, fostering a powerful sense of unease in the viewer. Almost 30 years after its release, it still has the capacity to disturb, writes Ashwin Tharoor

Review: Loving Vincent

A most beautiful tragedy is brought to life in the world’s first hand-painted feature-length film

Review: The 20th UK International Jewish Film Festival

The Kind Words and Moos stand out as eye-opening insights into modern Jewish life

Preview: This Week at HOME

Our top three picks for films showing at HOME in the upcoming week