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The Possibilities are Endless

Edwyn Collins: The Possibilities are Endless

November 1, 2014 Comments Off on Edwyn Collins: The Possibilities are Endless

On February 20, 2005, Edwyn Collins collapsed at home while suffering from a major brain haemorrhage.

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Miners' Strike

Mining Visions of Strife at Ilkley Film Festival

August 20, 2014 Comments Off on Mining Visions of Strife at Ilkley Film Festival

It’s 30 years since Yorkshire was torn apart during the year-long miners’ strike. Now that anniversary is being marked by the Ilkley Film Festival.

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Devoured

Fancy a feminist horror film? Then Devoured is for you

August 16, 2014 Comments Off on Fancy a feminist horror film? Then Devoured is for you

Horror films can be a curious thing.

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Digital Theatre – the way forward?

April 14, 2014 Comments Off on Digital Theatre – the way forward?

Over the past five years, the landscape of theatre has been digitalised by live cinema broadcasting thanks to the National and the New York Met.

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The Wicker Man

Something Wicker This Way Comes…

October 1, 2013 Comments Off on Something Wicker This Way Comes…

Ahead of a new re-mastered release, Ian Winterton chats paganism, Christopher Lee and Nicolas Cage in a bear-suit with Wicker Man director Robin Hardy.

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Before Midnight at The Cornerhouse, Manchester

June 23, 2013 Comments Off on Before Midnight at The Cornerhouse, Manchester

Just about the closest cinematic parallel to Richard Linklater’s ongoing story of Jesse and Celine, as chronicled at roughly nine-year intervals in Before Sunrise, Before Sunset and now Before Midnight, is the late Francois Truffaut’s wonderful Antoine Doinel series.

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Behind the Candelabra

Behind the Candelabra at Cornerhouse, Manchester

June 9, 2013 Comments Off on Behind the Candelabra at Cornerhouse, Manchester

There’s really no better way to spend a sunny, Sunday afternoon in Manchester in June – in my humble and correct opinion – than in the dark. Not everyone likes the sun, you know.

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