Linnea Pettersson profile
I joined the Showroom as the Audience Development Assistant back in 2016, working across the programming and marketing teams to deliver a diverse range of events, film seasons and special screenings with partners and organisations from around the world. In 2018, I became the Young Audiences Coordinator, which means my focus is on making the venue and programme interesting and accessible to young people, with the aim of helping to build the next generation of indie cinema lovers. I coordinate education activity at the Showroom, such as school trips and study days, as well as the family programme, Reel Adventures. I also work closely with schools, colleges and universities to offer opportunities to students to learn about what it's like to work in independent film exhibition - but I love to talk to any young people who are interested, whether they are in education or not. Please do get in touch if you would like to find out more!
I have a BA and MA in English Literature at the University of Sheffield - where I wrote extensively on film and started a film screening and discussion group to share this passion with others. I worked on regional marketing campaigns for the films God's Own Country and I Am Not a Witch, and have worked for Cinema For All, an organisation who offer support and development to community cinemas, pop-ups and film society screenings all over the UK.
Posts by Linnea Pettersson
Festival big hitters return to our screens
Posted 29 October 2020 by Linnea Pettersson
Friday means a new week of releases at the cinema, and we have some fantastic titles and events coming to Showroom Cinema over the next seven days.
Beyond the big studio blockbusters
Posted 16 October 2020 by Linnea Pettersson
I Am Greta and Rebecca will be showing at the Showroom from Friday 16 October and an exclusive Q&A with Thunberg will be screening before the 2pm show on Sunday 18 October.
Showroom Festival Season
Posted 19 September 2020 by Linnea Pettersson
It's been a long, emotional, and uncertain six months since we closed our doors. The constant support from our audience has been a source of much-needed warmth, and we are delighted to be opening once again on Friday 18 September.
A Summer of Family Classics
Posted 26 July 2019 by Linnea Pettersson
If you need some film-based things to do this summer and fancy something a little bit different, read on to see what we have on offer (no young person necessary, we’ve picked a programme of films that can be enjoyed by anyone and everyone).