Black History Month: Black Visionaries
Posted 15 October 2021 by Mikaela Smith
This Black history month, we're presenting a season spotlighting films from Black filmmakers that paved the way for generations that followed; 'Black Visionaries'.
The Velvet Underground: a Film for Die-Hard Fans and Newcomers Alike
Posted 5 October 2021 by Rose Butler
A film for die-hard fans and newcomers alike, Haynes charts the course of the band from formation to collaboration with Andy Warhol and the induction of German singer-songwriter Nico.
The Original Film Noir
Posted 30 September 2021 by Rose Butler
80 years since its release, The Maltese Falcon still stands the test of time as one of the most influential American films ever made.
BFI London Film Festival Returns to The Showroom
Posted 24 September 2021 by Rose Butler
For the second year, the Showroom is very excited and proud to be an official Venue Partner of the BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express.
Sheffield Steps into the Spotlight
Posted 16 September 2021 by Rose Butler
In the past few weeks, Sheffield has been buzzing with anticipation for the release of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. And for good reason.
The Lost Leonardo: A Thrilling Inside Story
Posted 10 September 2021 by Rose Butler
Before it found its way to cinemas, the real-life story of the Salvator Mundi (Latin for “Saviour of the World”) unfolded like a high-stakes big-screen thriller.
Annette: More Than Just a Rock Opera
Posted 3 September 2021 by Rose Butler
Directed by Leos Carax in his English-language debut, Annette is the story of stand-up comedian Henry (Adam Driver) and opera-singer Ann (Marion Cotillard), and how their lives are changed when their first child is born.
The Nest: A Refreshing Alternative to Glossy 1980's Nostalgia
Posted 26 August 2021 by Rose Butler about The Nest.
The Nest, removes the rose-tinted glasses and examines the period's culture with a bold and dramatic cynicism.
Censor: a Vibrant Homage to 1980s 'nasties'
Posted 20 August 2021 by Rose Butler
In director Prano Bailey-Bond's bold and exciting feature film debut, Censor, Niamh Algar (Calm With Horses) plays Enid, a young woman struggling with unresolved family trauma from 20 years ago: the disappearance of her sister.
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.