Film Stories magazine | Introducing issue 50, starring William Shatner

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Issue 50 of Film Stories – the UK’s biggest film magazine – is now on sale, with a huge William Shatner exclusive. More here.

Introducing issue 50 – 50! – of Film Stories, the UK’s biggest film magazine. Once again, the new issue is 168 pages, on really nice paper too. And it’s jammed with big films, little films, new films, and William Shatner!

We’re 100% independent, and this issue – as always – we’re celebrating fellow independents. But also: for our 50th birthday, we’re delighted to lead with a huge new exclusive interview with Mr Shatner, covering everything from You Can Call Me Bill and Star Trek V through to tarantulas, space, the planet, and moviemaking.

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…

Inside the issue? Well, there’s a lot. Here’s just a taster…

  • John Krasinski takes us into the world of IF, and the expectations of directing, post-A Quiet Place
  • Celyn Jones on why he directed The Almond & The Seahorse – plus the latest on the Grange Hill film
  • Going behind the scenes at Rebellion’s film studios, where the Rogue Trooper movie is coming together
  • Steven Knight tells us about his Birmingham film studio, and updates on when the Peaky Blinders movie is going to move in
  • Lucien Laviscount on going from Emily In Paris to a new British romcom – plus returning home to the north west of England
  • Louisa Connolly-Burnham on going from acting to directing Sister Wives– and her planned next step
  • Behind the scenes stories from location scouts
  • The Secret Movie Publicist! We’re still not telling you who it is, but they keep spilling their stories…
  • Huge sections devoted to physical media and movie music
  • A helpful flowchart to determine when it’s appropriate to clap in the cinema
  • When filmmakers do one for the studio, one for them..

And there’s so, so much more too.

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