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Manchester International Film Festival 2018

By Callum Baker and Georgina Hurdsfield Manchester International Film Festivalreturns for yet another year is the best in independent cinema. Here are our top picks from the full weekend: Friday #TakeMeAnywhere Q&A The weekend’s proceedings kicked off with the help of a little star power with a Q&A held by ever-illustrious collaborators Luke Turner, Nastja […]

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Intertainment Magazine Issue Nine

The new issue of Intertainment Magazine is now live and you can read it right here. June’s issue includes Triple Six Horror Festival, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, The Manchester School of Art Film Festival, Wonder Woman, Tycho, E3 Expo 2017, Baywatch and more. For the first time you can also order print copies of […]

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MSA Film Festival – Screening Two

The short films shown at the second screening of the Manchester School of Art Film Festival were phenomenal and revealed the immense talent and potential of MMU filmmakers. Keep an eye out for these filmmakers in the future. The Keeper The Keeper is a tense thriller set in a picturesque yet eerily threatening lighthouse on […]

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MSA Film Festival – Screening One

Spirits are high on the afternoon of June 7th, in which the third year filmmakers working within the Manchester School or Art are eager to showcase their efforts, films which promise to coalesce both collaboration, and individuality. Ten short films are ready to be exhibited at HOME, Manchester’s leading arts organisation which has become a […]

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Triple Six Festival Shorts: The Honeymoon

The Honeymoon made it’s North West premier as part of Triple Six Horror Festival Triple Six Horror Festival. Directed by Emmy nominated Ruth Pickett and starring Richard Kiess, Abi Roberts & Sophie Pelham, the short was shot on scene at a small cabin in North Wales. The 12-minute black comedy follows a recently married Christian couple honeymooning […]

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MSA Festival Interviews – Keith Myers

As the sole virtual reality project set to be screened at MSA festival, Intertainment caught up with creative visionary Keith Myers about his VR expedition into the iconic London Road Fire Station. Firstly, could you tell us a little about what Firehouse is about? The film is about the history of London Road fire station, […]

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