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.
Sheffield DocFest 2021: Programme Picks
Posted 4 June 2021 by Cíntia Gil
Festival Director Cíntia Gil discusses the Sheffield DocFest 2021 programme.
First Cow: Contemporary Minimalism
Posted 28 May 2021 by Rose Butler
Our Box Office Supervisor Rose Butler takes a look at First Cow and its themes of social class, male friendships and the pursuit of the American Dream.
Sheffield DocFest: Film on Film
Posted 27 May 2021 by Melanie Iredale
Sheffield DocFest's Deputy Director Melanie Iredale highlights a few titles from Sheffield DocFest’s Official Selection that takes cinema as its subject.
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.
The Betrayal of the Black Messiah
Posted 14 May 2021 by Rose Butler
'Bursting with intensity and conviction, the film lays bare the war that U.S law enforcement has waged for years against Black Americans.' Box Office Supervisor and Associate Film Lecturer Rose takes a closer look at Judas and the Black Messiah.
Ian Wild: Top Pick
Posted 7 May 2021 by Ian Wild
Tossing and turning, worrying about what film to see with us first? Well, luckily our CEO is one of the most prolific film viewers, and he has a suggestion!
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.
Sound of Anticipation
Posted 23 April 2021 by Mikaela Smith
Whilst everyone has been soaking up the sun in beer gardens, we’ve been busy preparing our programme... and it's looking good.
Films Chloe Zhao Taught Me
Posted 16 April 2021 by Mikaela Smith
'It’s incredible to think of how far Zhao has come in six short years, making films that feel entirely her own, that get more distinct as her career develops. I can’t wait to see what’s next.'