Articles relating to: cinema
It wasn’t an ideal moment for Robert Bolt to be arrested.Read the full story..
Director Robert Eggers may only be two films into his fledgling career as a director and writer but he has already proven himself a master of psychological horror.Read the full story..
“I’m just Kris the plumber from Salford.” Kris Hitchen, star of the new Ken Loach film, talks to Northern Soul
I first met Kris Hitchen when he fitted my shower.Read the full story..
Review: David Lynch artist talk and Twin Peaks: Series 3 Episode 8, Manchester International Festival, HOME
The David Lynch at HOME season has an inescapable problem – an elephant man in the room, if you will.Read the full story..
Until now, British writer/director Peter Strickland has brought us films such as Berberian Sound Studio and The Duke of Burgundy which, while exquisitely and dazzling labours of love, were perhaps just a little too arch and knowing.Read the full story..
Levenshulme is rising. To say it is gentrifying is perhaps too strong but it’s certainly becoming bohemian.Read the full story..
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