Screening Film

Tag: documentary

This Week In Film: Bad Witches, Crap Sharks and Wonderful Scalarama

This week’s map really covers the cinematic spectrum. From arguably the best film of the year in ‘Selma’ to the best teen movie of the 90’s in ‘The Craft’ via a film that makes ‘Zombeavers’ look like ‘Au Hasard Balthazar’…

Week in Film: beauty, brutalism and Bela Lugosi

Yorkshire-based film programmer and event organiser LIFFlaura looks ahead to the next week in film – from swooning teenagers to 1950s wooden zombies, it’s all there in the mix.

This Week in Film: Hidden Treasures

This week’s picks have been chosen by Woody, director at Minicine in Leeds, West Yorkshire. Whether we’re talking about the films themselves, their content or the venues in which they’ll be screened, this selection is full of enriching cinema experiences.

This Week in Film: Nightmares & Dreamscapes

Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction…except for this week. Mancunian zombies, Hobbits and *very* strange neighbours feature in the Top 5 screening events for w/c 25/5

This Week in Film: Bad Hair and Bad Film

A double helping of science fiction horror, along with some coming of age drama and community spirit. Moved to tears and scared to death.

Awe Inspiring, Terrifying & Fabulous – This Week In Film

What do you get when you add a Neorealist masterpiece, a landmark documentary, a notorious horror classic, one of cinema’s greatest debut features and an eye opening art film double-bill? It’s Manchester based blogger/writer Visavisfim’s Top 5 screening highlights for this week!

Screening Highlights – Long distance blade runners and Soviet-Cuban style

A rare screening of Cuban delight, the latest iteration of Ridley Scott’s class ic sci-fi, and a another great documentary from Dogwoof

Censorship and the Experimental Small Press of Manchester

A Savoyard’s First Brush with Censorship is the title of a short film made by Clara Casian in 2014, and is now also the provisional working title of a feature length artist’s documentary that is currently the subject of a fundraising campaign on Kickstarter. The initial short film was part of a commission by The […]

Screening Highlights 16/3: Hell Raisers & Trailblazers

This week’s picks are by Jim Laycock aka Vis-a-Vis Film – a writer/blogger based in Manchester.   Ignore the naysayers, cinema is alive and well! On top of the usual dozens of outstanding film events nationwide, this week feels like an especially triumphant one for independent cinema, as A SMALL CINEMA: LIVERPOOL opens it’s doors […]

Preview: BFI Flare Festival 2015

Irene Silvera gives us an overview of what to expect at the upcoming BFI Flare festival of LGBT cinema in London, from 19 – 29 March  Roblox HackBigo Live Beans HackYUGIOH DUEL LINKS HACKPokemon Duel HackRoblox HackPixel Gun 3d HackGrowtopia HackClash Royale Hackmy cafe recipes stories hackMobile Legends HackMobile Strike Hack The full programme of […]

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