Film on Manchester’s DIY music scene to hold premiere

Article published: Wednesday, November 21st 2012

Not-for-profit film group Castles Built in Sand announce the public screening of a new documentary looking at some of Manchester’s DIY musicians.

Video Jam returns

Article published: Sunday, November 11th 2012

The not-for-profit event Video Jam is set to assemble another eclectic mix of audio and visual artists for their next Antwerp Mansion showcase later this month.

Moston takes cinema back to its roots

Article published: Friday, October 26th 2012

An old miners washhouse in north Manchester has been transformed into a permanent 70-seat cinema by local volunteers and will open this Saturday with a nine day film festival.

‘Spooky Caravan’ nominated for a brace of music video awards

Article published: Sunday, October 14th 2012

Manchester filmmaker Joe Broady will today discover the result of the first of two nominations for his music video.

Manchester Film Co-op returns

Article published: Monday, September 3rd 2012

A local film co-op is to make a comeback with a screening of Patricio Guzman’s award winning documentary Salvador Allende, 42 years after Chilie’s democratic leader was deposed in a coup.

Interview: Chorlton Arts Festival 2012

Article published: Thursday, May 24th 2012

As Chorlton Arts Festival enters its second week there’s plenty to see, as the festival director Philip Hannaway tells Ian Pennington.

Afflecks Fringe Festival Reviews – Week One

Article published: Tuesday, April 17th 2012

Sunday 1 April saw the launch of the very first Afflecks Fringe Festival. Hosted mainly by the purpose-built Three Minute Theatre, the extensive programme of events also covers Matt and Phreds, The Frog and Bucket and Nexus Art Café. Mule Culture section reviewers report back with their experiences.