Film Stories issue 36 (September 2022): full details and order your copy here

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Move over Knives Out – there’s a new (British) whodunnit in town, and we’ve got the full story in Film Stories issue 36.

Introducing the new issue of Film Stories magazine, that’s shipping out now!. The magazine is primarily mail order, although it goes into a few WHSmiths stores around the UK.

Here’s the cover of the new issue, and then we’ll tell you what’s in it…

Film Stories issue 36


And inside:

SEE HOW THEY RUN: A brand new British whodunnit – and its a real treat! We dig into the story of the film that’s giving Knives Out more than a run for its money.

DIRECTORS WHO WON’T STOP CHANGING THEIR FILMS: It’s not just George Lucas. We highlight the filmmakers who keep going back to the movies, and why…

MAKING A NO BUDGET MOVIE: Ever wanted to try? We’ve got a full guide in this issue!

YIKES: Fall is not a film for those who don’t like heights. Turned out the making of it was quite a challenge too…

DO NOT ADJUST YOUR SHREK: Examining the trend for re-recording animated movies with voices from British TV stars, for little cameos

THE REAL 007: The on-screen portrayals of Ian Fleming.

THE NEXT FRONTIER: The remastering of Star Trek: The Motion Picture, and the stories behind it.

CAPTAIN BUDGET: The man who set out to be the lowest-cost producer in Hollywood.

UNRAVELLING THE MYSTERY: The Stranger In Our Bed is a brand new thriller – and Bart Edwards has been telling us all about it…

FILLING THE GAPS: Is there a different way forward for Hollywood franchises than ‘legacy sequels’? We’ve had an idea…



Writing clinic with the mighty James Moran

Our film stories: two independents tell us their journeys

Reviews: lots of reviews!

Things for the watchlist


Movie clinic!

The letters page!

More interviews!

And lots more!

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