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Dear readers, welcome to October. Since Autumn harks the return to school, college and university, The Spread is looking at teen spirit, high school dramas and youthful memories.

Alice examines what makes a family favourite movie, and then looks at the process of bringing children’s books to the screen.

Meanwhile, Cameron Johnson reviews outrageous teen movie Project X and questions if it is indeed the ultimate teen party film.

And no youth-themed issue can be complete without a nod towards the films of John Hughes. This year also marks the 10th Anniversary of a teen cult and pop-culture favourite. See what Lynn Klein has to say about the one and only Mean Girls.

Latest event of the month is WOLF (Women of London Film) founded by The Spread’s own Yolanda Barker. We interviewed Yolanda as she talked more about her newest venture.

Over in Reviews we have the low-down on Maze Runner, Faust (two versions) and hot-topic documentary H.O.T.: Human Organ Trafficking. There is also a special interview with Joseph Sikorski, director and producer of Tower to the People. 

Finally, Jammer of the Month returns with multi-talented filmmaker, writer and storyteller Col Spector who has worked with the likes of Keira Knightley and a host of other talent. He sits down to chat with The Spread.

So sit back, relax and enjoy the ride!

Christabel Samuel

Editor-in-Chief

The Spread

The Spread is the official magazine of London-based film community Cinema Jam. We cover everything film, from movie and product reviews, features, editorials, news updates, interviews, and more. Follow @CinemaJam on Twitter for more updates!

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