Film Stories issue 47 on sale now: 168 pages, the UK’s biggest film magazine!

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168 pages, nice paper, and a ton of British films: it’s the new issue of Film Stories magazine!

Introducing issue 47 of Film Stories, where once again we’ve clearly gone made and produced another 168 page bumper issue. And printed it on nice paper too!

We’re 100% independent, so this is an absolute labour of love for us.

We’re really proud of it. We hope you’re going to like it, and we hope you might consider supporting it. Sold primarily via mail order, and popping up in a few WHSmiths stores around the country too, here’s the cover of the new issue…


And inside:

The British movie preview 2024: British cinema is hugely important to us, and that’s why our annual preview feature is 100% about UK films.

Femme: We’ve followed this film from short to feature, and have been digging into its story, with the people behind it…

A really odd DVD cover: There’s a UK horror movie release, where the cover of the DVD was, well, somewhat calculated…

One Life: Director James Hawes takes us through the making of the film – with a bit of added Doctor Who as well…

Chickens! Talking to the mighty Aardman about its Chicken Run sequel.

The houses that Harry built: how the Harry Potter saga ignited the UK VFX industry.

The Secret Movie Publicist: we still can’t tell you who they are. But boy, do they have stories…

Nadia Stacey: a look at the world of make-up in movies.

Turtle Power! : Director Jeff Rowe reflects on his Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film.

The Bystanders: A British sci-fi comedy? That doesn’t happen often. We’ve been talking to the person behind it.

Alien Autopsy: the story of when Ant and Dec went to the movies.

Andy Bush's Movie Villains at Home…

How To How Sex: Molly Manning Walker has been talking to us about her debut feature…


Movie books!
Film fashion!
Indie filmmaking!
Horror movies
Simon Hickson!
Movie clinic!


Our big end of the year movie quiz…


Loads more stuff. Honestly, there’s 168 pages of this…!

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