The latest issue of Film Stories leads with the delightful rom-com Red, White & Royal Blue – and it’s available to order now.
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…
Amongst the features inside the issue…
RED, WHITE & ROYAL BLUE
The story behind the delightful brand new British rom-com, as told by director Matthew Lopez.
A debut feature to savour from director Charlotte Regan – and we go in depth in this article.
IT’S IN THE NAME
The perils of choosing a movie title.
TO BE CONTINUED…
Why has the movie cliffhanger (not a proper noun) returned?
FACING THE MUSIC
How ‘dubious’ soundtrack albums changed the industry…
What’s so special about the quad poster?
Directing The Comic Strip…
Is the film industry doing enough?
THE LAST OF SHEILA
The story of a forgotten gem.
And lots, lots more…
You can buy the magazine now, via store.filmstories.co.uk
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