This Christmas season HOME are taking audiences back to the 90s to capture the nostalgia of Christmases gone by.
Dare to experience the terrifying tale of Dr. Caligari and his murderous somnambulist with live accompaniment at RNCM this Halloween.
HOME and Film4 present FilmFear, a Halloween with a weekend of compellingly creepy films, reminding us that fear is best shared in the dark
Women Over 50 Film Festival champions and showcases the work of older women on screen and behind the camera, challenging ageism and sexism.
Experience a screening of filmed performances by Whiskey Chow, a performance artist and Chinese drag king, and the other by Ro Roberston,
New Cinema Days at the School of Digital Arts is a one-day collective seminar and radical screening series focusing on experimental and emerging forms of cinema.
A special International Women’s Day screening of Chantal Akerman’s remarkable epic of everyday life. Introduced by Dr Alison Criddle, Art Historian.
To celebrate the Manchester Lit & Phil’s 242nd birthday, they’re putting on a special screening of Young Plato, a film that is all about thinking differently.
Covid Song Cycle Watch Party is a poetic musical celebration of process, connection, growth and creativity following the Covid-19 pandemic.
HOME’s annual celebration of the wild and wonderful world of artist film returns with a packed weekend of screenings, talks, and workshops.
HOME is offering up yet another cinematic selection box of festive favourites this Christmas – get together and enjoy them on the big screen
Back by popular demand, Disney’s much loved 1992 musical comedy The Muppet Christmas Carol returns to The Bridgewater Hall, the beloved festive movie brought to life by a talented orchestra performing its musical score live in time with the film.
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.