Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje headlines the latest jam-packed edition of Film Stories – and here’s what’s inside.

Introducing the tenth issue of Film Stories magazine, that’s now available to order. We’re thrilled to give our cover to Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, who also kicks off the issue with the extraordinary journey to getting his directorial debut – Farming – made.

You can order the magazine now, and below these words some magic buy buttons should appear. We truly, truly appreciate your support.

Here, then, is the full cover…

And here’s a flavour of what’s inside…

* Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje goes in depth on how his directorial debut, Farming, came to the screen

* We dig deep into the world of cinema advertising and trailers. Who’s in charge? Who makes money? How long is it all supposed to go on for?

* How to arrange a movie fight (with the help of people who arrange movie fights)

* Going on set at Aardman

* Adult Life Skills: how the brilliant indie film came to be

* A fresh look at 2007’s St Trinian’s reboot: did it have more going for it than it was given credit for?

* A pair of articles looking at OCD and the movies

* Believing in your own film opinions (and why it’s sometimes hard to do)

* Force fields as a narrative device

* The changing landscape of short films

* The thriving world of B-movies

* And lots, lots more!

Thank you again for all your support.

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