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Review: Saint Maud

A24’s latest psychological horror is a perfect portrayal of a character gone mad, and makes a good reason to venture out to cinema this Halloween

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The BBC adaptation of Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People’ has recently burst on to our screens and gifted the nation with the perfect escape from the monotony of lockdown

Manchester Film Festival 2020’s Narrative Shorts 2 were political, satirical and, at times, heartwarming, writes Harley Weng U Pun

Manchester International Film Festival opens with Traumfabrik, a romantic love story that forms part of the festival’s German Film section, writes Zofia Gryf-Lowczowska

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Review: Dark Waters

Alongside Mark Ruffalo’s excellent performance, Todd Haynes’ fact-based legal thriller has a powerful and timely ecological message, writes Patrick Jones O’Brien

Review: Cabaret

Anna Jin reviews Cabaret at the Palace Theatre, starring John Partridge, Kara Lily Hayworth and Anita Harris

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Review: Hubie Halloween

Sandleristas rejoice for the prodigal son has returned with his latest comedy caper, Hubie Halloween

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This Is Not Berlin is a sensual portrait of Mexico’s underground scene amid the social and political turmoil of the 1980s, writes Michal Wasilewski

Ahead of the 16th Edition of Kinofilm Festival Manchester, head film editor Tobias Soar attended the Spanish Shorts screening

Karoline Herfurth’s Stockholm syndrome-based romantic comedy Sweethearts is neither romantic nor particularly funny, writes Deputy Film Editor Josh Sandy

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Charles Pierson takes a look at Liverpool’s Sound Summit Festival which caters to those wanting to break into the mainstream

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Review: Midnight Family

A combination of Midnight Family’s thrilling cinematography and enthralling ethically complex subject matter make it a must-see documentary, writes Zofia Gryf-Lowczowska