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FoodNFilm BlOG


October 21, 2018

Nearly 200 years on from one of the bloodiest political events in England, the story of the Peterloo Massacre remains widely unknown. It’s not taught in schools, nor is there much acknowledgement by way of a memorial in Manchester itself.

It was this state of affairs,...

October 21, 2018

The space race is a well-known story and is perhaps one of the defining moments of American history in the 20th Century. Not only did it propel America forward as a nation (in the eyes of many), but it helped launch science-fiction into the mainstream consciousness. S...

September 12, 2018

Meeting the family of a new boyfriend or girlfriend can be a daunting experience. It can often be a make or break event in budding romances, as the partner is thrown into an unfamiliar environment which is loaded with context. Crazy Rich Asians explores this relational...

August 1, 2018

July was a pretty memorable month for cinema. As usual, the summer blockbuster season continued with some big budget studio releases but there were also some smaller releases that are up there with some of the best of 2018 so far.

Sicario: Day of the Soldado


July 20, 2018

Our resident film reviewer Dave Howarth, gives his views on the best, and worst, that the world of cinema has given us this year. The films included were all released in the UK between January and June 2018.

Let us start with the worst:

Dave's worst 5:

5. Rampage

June 25, 2018

I never understood the love and excitement for The Incredibles. It’s not my least enjoyed Pixar movie, but I wouldn’t stop everything to watch it, a la Toy Story or Monsters, Inc. So when a sequel was announced I contained my joy.

When it opened to record-breaking numbe...

June 24, 2018

Show Dogs - 

How are movies like this still being made? At least in the early 1990s, these sorts of slapstick family films had some heart and someone to root for. Show Dogs is tiresome, hackneyed and just stupid. Even my 8 year old brother got bored. Will Arnett is in i...

June 22, 2018

In a new concept we are asking some of Manchester's great and good to tell us about their love of film and how it has impacted their life.

We call it MoviesnMe.

Next up is Business Sorority's Jen Quinn - a sassy and passionate woman that champions empowering other young...

June 22, 2018

So you turn up to a networking event - there’s no food, you’re not sure where to sit, and it feels like there’s an exclusive etiquette you’re not entirely sure you’ve been clued in on.

Many of us in business have been there and FoodnFilm is not a formal networking even...

June 16, 2018

44 days. It’s not a long to be in a job, is it. Imagine that job being one of the most high profile jobs in England at the time of appointment. The Damned United is the story of the Brian Clough’s short spell as manager of Leeds United Football Club. Clough was sacked...

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