The mighty Doug Jones leads us into issue 34 of Film Stories magazine – and it’s available to order right now.

Introducing the new issue of Film Stories magazine, that’s printing now and shipping shortly. The magazine is primarily mail order, although it goes into a few WHSmiths stores around the UK.

Here’s the cover of the new issue, and then we’ll tell you what’s in it…

Film Stories issue 34

And inside:

MONSTER EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Doug Jones tells us about his career, the creatures he’s helped bring to life, Guillermo del Toro, Hocus Pocus and a whole lot more.

KATY BRAND: on writing Good Luck To You, Leo Grande, and how the film came together. We interview Daryl McCormack this very issue too.

CHA CHA REAL SMOOTH: Cooper Raiff is in his 20s. His latest film sold for around $15m at Sundance this year. And it’s coming to Apple TV+ this month. He tells us the story.

KEEPING IT SAFE: where is film actually stored? Who’s keeping it in tact? What’s been lost?

BRIAN & CHARLES: the tale behind the brilliant new British movie

INDEPENDENT ANIMATION: looking beyond the Disneys, Pixars and DreamWorks

MAKING THE LOST GIRLS: Livia De Paolis tells us about making a very different spin on the Peter Pan story

JIM STURGESS: in a huge interview, he talks to us about starring in Katie Holmes’ new film, Alone Together, and his time making Geostorm

JACK GOESSENS: finding out all about his acclaimed new film, and what he’s up to

DÉJÀ VU: are streaming platforms repeating the mistakes of Hollywood past?

PLUS!

Writing clinic with the mighty James Moran

Our film stories: two independent filmmakers tell us their journeys

Reviews: there are films we really like this issue!

Things for the watchlist

Puzzles!

Movie clinic!

The letters page!

More interviews!

And lots more!

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