Manchester continues to build its reputation as one of the most exciting places to experience arts and culture.
Matthew Hoy opens up his own film corner dedicated to the great films you may never have even heard about
Geeks delight! Tonnes of movie and TV memorabilia and props go onsale (and on exhibition) at Vue Westfield in London
The Antwerp Queer Arts Festival launches in Belgium next month
Nick Gomez looks ahead at what we can expect from the newly-annual Amazing Spider-Man movie franchise and beyond.
Jay Gallagher takes us through the year to come in horror films, detailing the anticipated as well as those sequels we could just do without.
Raks Patel reviews The Kill Team, a documentary featuring the case of a US soldier who becomes a whistleblower and exposes US war crimes in Afghanistan.
Raks Patel reviews Night Moves from the London Film Festival, examining Green activists, ecoterrorism and its potential aftermaths.
Raks Patel reviews How to Survive a Plague, a documentary on treatment-for-AIDS activists in time for World AIDS Day.
Raks Patel reviews Our Children, a powerful and disturbing look at real-life events surrounding depression.