HOME presents a film season of sword-wielding warriors and epic wuxia action with Flying Fighters of Taiwan.
Award-winning director Ari Folman’s new feature animation based on one of the world’s most important books: Anne Frank’s Diary of a Young Girl is introduced by Dr Steve Henderson.
Join Village Screen Pop-Up Cinema at Victoria Baths for The Grand Budapest Hotel alongside food stalls, drinks and DJs.
Both a road movie and a mystery, and featuring a sublime score by Ry Cooder, Wim Wenders’ Cannes winner is the pinnacle of the filmmaker’s career and the summation of his fascination with the American West.
Zamrock legends WITCH play a special performance at YES this August alongside a screening of the film We Intend To Cause Havoc and a Q&A with the film’s Director.
Relive the magic of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial on the big screen accompanied by a magnificent, live performance from the Hallé.
Make A Scene invite you to Contact for their latest high camp interactive film showing…Death Becomes Her.
Manchester Museum is excited to be hosting a private screening of The Singh Twins’ film Jallianwala: Repression & Retribution
Dive in at the deep end of the spectacular Victoria Baths for a summer evening screening of 80’s classic Dirty Dancing.
Everything Everywhere All At Once looks set to be one the most talked about films of the year, catch it at HOME.
Breaking the Celluloid Ceiling: Women in European for a discussion with expert speaker around specific works by women, and opportunities for women in the European film industry
Ennio: The Maestro is a documentary that retraces the life and works of the cinema’s most popular and prolific 20th-century composer.
On International Women’s Day, HOME screen a gripping tale of a troubled relationship in the Palestinian Territory, followed by a discussion with Professor Anandi Ramamurthy and Dr Ruth Abu Rached.
Academy Award-winning director Asif Kapadia brings to life the ground-breaking true story of earth’s first space traveller in totally immersive virtual reality and CG animation.
The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone has been reimagined to be closer to Coppola and Puzo’s original vision for the finale.