Cinema posts


First Look at First Reformed

Posted 19 July 2018 by Roisin McDaid

'cuts like a knife – sharp, deep and with deadly precision' Rosh talks about her first impressions of First Reformed

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Staff Review: Pin Cushion

Posted 13 July 2018 by Billy Barnell about Pin Cushion, and Pin Cushion + Q&A.

Our very own Showroom staff member Billy Barnell reviews Deborah Haywood's first full-length feature film, 'Pin Cushion'.

Sweet Country

Last Chance 19/03/18

Posted 19 March 2018 by Hannah Browton

See what is Last Chance to see this week


Berlin Film Festival: Day 8 - A busy one!

Posted 7 March 2018 by Linnea Pettersson

Oh my word did I cram a lot into today.

Madeline’s Madeline

Berlin Film Festival: Day 7 - And then… it was time for ‘Unsane’.

Posted 7 March 2018 by Linnea Pettersson

I’d managed to get one of the last tickets for the premiere, which meant I was at the very top of the Berlinale Palast - nosebleed territory!


Berlin Film Festival: Day 6 - Switching between worlds

Posted 7 March 2018 by Linnea Pettersson

Today I tried to watch films that are aimed at younger audiences or were stories about young people.

Five Fingers for Marseilles

Berlin Film Festival: Day 5 - My first trip to Kino International

Posted 7 March 2018 by Linnea Pettersson

All in all, a similar mixed bag of films watched today – but being in the International was an incredible experience and of course I’m excited to see what tomorrow will bring!

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Berlin Film Festival: Day 4 - From 0 – Anarchist Cookbook in 5 minutes

Posted 7 March 2018 by Linnea Pettersson

Today I found myself popping in and out of screenings all day to make up for not seeing as many yesterday...

Making Cinema Acessible to Everyone - Right Down to the Trailers.

Posted 5 March 2018 by Mikaela Smith

Every Monday at the Showroom is Subtitled Monday, where all of the films in our programme play with captions for hard of hearing and D/deaf people. But as an industry and cinema, what more can we be doing?

The Incredible Story of the Giant Pear

Berlin Film Festival: Day 3 – Young People’s Cinema

Posted 22 February 2018 by Linnea Pettersson

As the films I’ve seen over the past couple of days haven’t exactly been the cheeriest, I decided to start the day with a film I’ve been looking forward to for AGES: a Danish animation called ‘The Incredible Story of the Giant Pear’.

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