Manchester’s film scene has a lot to offer this academic year, with a range of events and festivals scheduled to take place
Manchester Film Festival 2020’s Narrative Shorts 2 were political, satirical and, at times, heartwarming, writes Harley Weng U Pun
A round of short films courtesy of the Manchester Film Festival provide a heartfelt and hilarious look into extraordinary people and events in modern life
A Great Day in Paris follows American jazz musicians living in Paris, of which around 70 gathered in Montmartre for a commemorative photograph in 2008.
A sluggish and derivative possession-horror that’s only amusing so as to think of better films it steals from which you could be watching instead.
The Runaways tells the story of three siblings from Whitby, on the run with two donkeys.
James Gill’s thoughts on the films UK premier at MANIFF 2017
Mritunjay Sharma reviews Public Intimacy and Railment, both shown at the Manchester Film Festival 2017
Loop is an unoriginal take on time travel films and is better suited to the teenage audience of streaming services than film festivals, writes Michal Wasilewski
The Princess of the Row is a film that is a harrowing story of a survival and a heartwarming tale about family simultaneously
The tale of the Dominican Republic’s most famous wrestling duo is shown to the world through a magic realist lens
Stray is a bleak story of two broken people, who meet each other at exactly the time where they needed each other the most.
This original language Japanese short film is a triumph. In less than 15 minutes it creates a depth to the characters that even full-length feature films struggle to do.