North Manchester Film Festival (YOUR VOICE) presented by The Miners Community Arts and Music Centre

Location: The Miners Community Arts and Music Centre (63 Teddington Rd, Moston, Manchester M40 0DJ)

Date: Friday 3rd May – Saturday 4th May

Time: Friday 6-9pm / Saturday 2-7pm

Duration: Friday 3hrs / Saturday 5hrs

Access Information

  • Films will be captioned 
  • Ramp access at rear of the building 
  • Ear defenders, ear plugs and fidget toys available. 


Image Credit: Natalie Potts

North Manchester Film Festival (Your Voice)

In collaboration with SICK! Festival 2024, and The Miners Community Arts & Music, The North Manchester Film Festival, brings together a dynamic showcase of local talent and diverse perspectives. Kicking off the SICK! Festival 2024 Where’s the media now..? programme by highlighting the work of local filmmakers and storytellers, launching a festival about activating new narratives and beginnings.

Join us in this spirited gathering where voices are amplified, stories are celebrated, and the power of film unites us all.

Friday (18:00 – 21:00)

On our opening night, doors open at 18:00 with gallery screenings, a welcome from our festival team and complimentary drink for attendees. Our cinema showcase starting at 19:00, with an interval.

Saturday (14:00 – 19:00)

Doors open at 14:00 with gallery screenings all day, cinema showcases at 14:00 and 17:00 both with intervals. Please note the cinema has a Maximum Capacity of 70, and seats for each showing will be allocated with priority for people with pre-booked tickets.


A Light Is Always On – Vicky Best

Confessions Of A City – William Dean

Deflated – Megan Brierley

Ignorant Dog – Alan Keogh

Stained Grey Cotton – Simon James

Urban Regeneration & Mixed Used Developments – Luke Van Coot

By My Side – Jake Metcalf

In The Company Of Grief – David Harte

Men Only – Keir Black

Revenger – Owain Paciuszko

Organisation Bio:

The Miners Working Mens Club was a social club on a working class estate in North Manchester until it was left and neglected. They are a small collective of artists and musicians who have been given the chance to revamp the building over the past decade, transforming it into an award-winning multi-arts venue and community centre. The centre is a place where people from all backgrounds can meet and socialise. Facilities include a community café, art exhibition spaces and Moston Small Cinema, a cinema and theatre space that has hosted films and events from the likes of Sigur Ros, Ken Loach, Embrace and many more.

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