The Showroom’s Film Studies programme is open to everybody interested in film.
Every term a season of films is programmed around a theme with alternate weekly discussion and analysis sessions led by film lecturers.
Film Studies at the Showroom is a chance to learn more about film genres and extend your knowledge in the good company of other film enthusiasts.
The terms are 8 weeks long, with 4 films and 4 sessions.
All sessions and screenings take place on Wednesdays from 6.45pm
The full term costs £65 / £50 concessions
Book at the Box Office - 0114 275 7727
Tickets are also available for the films individually
For further information, please get in touch
women of the golden age
5 February - 26 March 2014
Tutor: Dr Emmie McFadden, Sheffield Hallam University
Throughout the golden age of Hollywood cinema women regularly exercised their influence as screenwriters, costume designers, editors, producers and actors, but rarely as directors. Only two women filmmakers were active during Hollywood's golden age; nevertheless, this season's screenings will celebrate and pay tribute to the many great women who helped define Hollywood's classical era. From the roaring 20s, to the crashing 30s, through to the post-war 40s, Hollywood's golden age established a variety of female screen archetypes in film noir, melodrama, screwball comedy and more. This course will draw attention to the diverse range of women working in Hollywood during this period, including Katharine Hepburn, Ginger Rogers, Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Greta Garbo, Marilyn Monroe, Lauren Becall, Rita Hayworth, Grace Kelly, Hedy Lamarr, Lana Turner, Joan Fontaine, Ida Lupino, Mae West, Barbara Stanwyck, Audrey Hepburn and many, many more.
Film Studies Calendar
Woman of the Year - Wed 5 Feb
Discussion Session - Wed 12 Feb
The Heiress - Wed 19 Feb
Discussion Session - Wed 26 Feb
Mildred Pierce - Wed 5 Mar
Discussion Session - Wed 12 Mar
The Letter - Wed 19 Mar
Discussion Session - Wed 26 Mar