Posts by Mikaela Smith - Page 1
Weird and Wonderful: New Films Coming to Showroom
Posted 6 August 2021 by Mikaela Smith
Programme Manager Mikaela Smith highlights some of the weird and wonderful international films coming up in our programme.
Sundance comes to the Showroom
Posted 29 July 2021 by Mikaela Smith
For the first time ever, we've partnered with Sundance Film Festival to bring select preview screenings from their incredible Sundance London programme.
Limbo: The Art of Balancing Comedy and Tragedy
Posted 23 July 2021 by Mikaela Smith
Next week at the Showroom, we’ll be welcoming director Ben Sharrock for a Q&A session alongside a preview of his fantastic new feature film, Limbo.
Summer of Soul and the Value of Archive Film
Posted 16 July 2021 by Mikaela Smith
If you’re in need of some sunshine and spirit-lifting, there’s a documentary out this Friday with your name written all over it.
Film4 Favourites & The World of Wong Kar-Wai
Posted 2 July 2021 by Mikaela Smith
Read about our upcoming film retrospective seasons, including tributes to Film4 Productions and a seven-week celebration of the films of Wong Kar-Wai.
Supernova: Love & Loss
Posted 25 June 2021 by Mikaela Smith
Programme Manager Mikaela Smith talks about Supernova, a heart-wrenching portrait of deep love and the fear of loss that can come with it.
In the Heights: Feelings of Togetherness
Posted 18 June 2021 by Mikaela Smith
Programme Manager Mikaela Smith discusses the upcoming National Lottery Cinema Weekend and "the feel-good film of the summer", In The Heights.
The Return of Q&As
Posted 11 June 2021 by Mikaela Smith
Programme Manager Mikaela Smith has been thinking a lot about the cinema as a space for discovery and exploration.
Welcome Back To Showroom
Posted 21 May 2021 by Mikaela Smith
Programme Manager Mikaela Smith celebrates Showroom re-opening for the first time in six months.
Nomadland: Between Fantasy and Fiction
Posted 30 April 2021 by Mikaela Smith
After winning at this years Oscar's, Programme Manager Mikaela Smith is finally ready to tell us just why this film should be on the top of your 'must-see' list.