This film was last shown on 27 July 2016
Filmed in the coal-rich Donbas area of Eastern Ukraine, Dziga Vertov’s avant-garde black and white film glorifies the Communist illusion, recording numerous actions from Stalin’s first Five Year Plan (1928 – 1932) in the USSR. These include the creation of huge collective farms, the rapid growth of heavy industry and the phenomenon of ‘shock workers’ pitted against each other for increased productivity.
Leeds and Bradford based duo That Fucking Tank have created a new score for the film that responds to the idea of the acceleration of everyday life under mechanisation.
Black History Month: 'Pariah Review'
Toronto International Film Festival Day 7
On Body and Soul: Jason Wood interviews Ildikó Enyedi
Toronto International Film Festival Day 8
Toronto International Film Festival Day 4
Toronto International Film Festival Day 6
Food, film + wine for two
The perfect office space, large or small
More films and times are added each Monday for the following Friday to Thursday
The Party(15) - 23 Oct 11:00
Join our club
Reception Mon-Fri 8.00-18.00
0114 279 6511
Wedding, retirement, Bar Mitzvah - do it with us.
Mon-Thu 10am - 11pm. Food served until 9pm
Fri 10am - late. Food served until 9pm
Sat 10.30am - late. Food served until 9pm
Sun 11am - 10.30pm. Food served 12pm to 4pm
Telephone: 0114 249 5432
Sat 11 November 10.00 - 16.00
Read up on our roots
Screenings for over 55s every Thursday
The Workstation's business incubator
Showroom & Workstation, 15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX
©2017 Sheffield Media & Exhibition Centre Ltd
Find us on Facebook
Follow us on LinkedIn
Follow us on Instagram
Design by DED | a glitterfish site
If you prefer us not to set these cookies, please visit our Cookie Settings page or continue browsing our site to accept them.