Film Stories issue 40 (February 2023): full details and order your copy here

Film Stories issue 40
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In the newest issue of Film Stories, we shed some light on British folk horror Unwelcome and the minds behind it.

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, that’s packed with 100 pages of movie mayhem, and then we’ll tell you what’s in it…

The cover of Film Stories issue 40 (February 2023) featuring Unwelcome.

Shipping shortly…

Amongst the features inside the issue…

Not very welcome… – Director Jon Wright and screenwriter Mark Stay on the brand new British folk horror, Unwelcome, and starting their working relationship with a headbutt (accidentally, of course).

A location that powered cinema – We explore the cinematic history of Battersea Power Station.

48 films we never got to see – Mark Harrison takes a look at the films that went into production, but never got a release.

Shingle all the way – A look back at when A-list stars signed production deals with major studios – and what went wrong.

Family man – Director Florian Zeller chats about going from The Father to The Son, and working with Anthony Hopkins on both.

More interviews! Director Jamie Adams and lead Haley Bennett and Sam Riley for She Is Love, musician and composer Geoff Barrow and a whole host of upcoming filmmakers too.


Writing clinic with the mighty James Moran

My film story

Reviews! We even cover a Nicolas Cage film in this one.

Things for the watchlist


Movie clinic!

The letters page!

More interviews!

And lots more!

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