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Stanley Matthews Jr. visited the Stoke Film Theatre to premiere his debut film ‘Matthews: The Original No. 7’.
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Cult film and TV stars will be appearing at Staffordshire University at the return of an annual comic convention.
Stoke CON Trent will take place on April 9 at the university’s LRV Venue on College Road, Stoke-on-Trent.
Popular film festival Stoke Your Fires is to return to Stoke-on-Trent after a year-long hiatus.
The event last ran in 2015 before being put under review.
A film enthusiast from Stoke-on-Trent is trying to bring more film culture by running movie screenings in Hanley pizzeria.
Graphic designer Chrish Dunne, 27, from Longton, started the film screenings in January 2017 in the Klay Pizzeria in Hanley.
A Staffordshire University student worked with actor Ray Winstone on his new film Jawbone.
Final year BSc (Hons) Film Production Technology student Richie Howle, 21, from Biddulph, got work experience as a runner.
Two films will be screened to celebrate the link between Stoke-on-Trent and the war-torn Czech Republic town of Lidice.
Movie ‘Anthropoid’ and documentary ‘Lidice: a light across the sea’ are being shown at the film theatre on College Road, Stoke-on-Trent, tomorrow (November 30).
Around 1,500 comic and sci-fi fans flocked to the fourth annual Stoke CON Trent event.
People travelled from across the country – and some from America – to the convention, held at Staffordshire University on Sunday, April 17.