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).
From One Festival to Another
Posted 12 June 2019 by Andy Moore
Migration Matters Festival, the largest refugee week festival in the UK, is taking place in the Steel City again this year - from the 14th to the 22nd June. Celebrating the positive impact that refugees have had on Sheffield and the UK.
Reclaim the Frame: Why Every Feminist Should Support It
Posted 16 May 2019 by Phoebe Seymour
What should you expect from a Reclaim the Frame event? Freelance writer Phoebe Seymour takes a closer look.
Rafiki: Exploring Contemporary African Art & Film
Posted 24 April 2019 by Mikaela Smith
After the inspiring Q&A with Wanuri Kahiu to celebrate the release of her film Rafiki, we take a look at some of the other African film and art discussed in the Q&A.
Kore-eda: Family Man
Posted 9 April 2019 by Andy Moore
This April and May - to coincide with a major retrospective of his films at BFI Southbank in London - join us as at the Showroom Cinema as we revisit Kore-eda’s body of work with a selection of our favourite titles.
Supporting UK Filmmakers
Posted 28 March 2019 by Andy Moore about Out of Blue.
At the Showroom Cinema we believe strongly in the importance of supporting UK talent, and championing regional stories - and this week is no exception. From Friday we’re opening two exciting new films by British filmmakers.
Doc / Nights: Minding The Gap
Posted 20 March 2019 by Andy Moore
The Oscar nominated documentary Minding the Gap - opening at the Showroom Cinema this Friday - explores the gap between fathers and sons, between discipline and domestic abuse, and between childhood and adulthood.
Out of Blue: Dark Revelations, Mystery and Conspiracy
Posted 12 March 2019 by Andy Moore about Out of Blue + Q&A with Carol Morley.
Carol Morley is perhaps best known for her hybrid documentary Dreams of a Life (2011), a haunting work which probes the mystery surrounding the case of Joyce Carol Vincent, a woman who died in 2003 and whose body remained undiscovered for three years
Bauhaus: Model and Myth - Celebrating 100 Years of the Revolutionary Modernist Art School
Posted 5 March 2019 by Andy Moore about Bauhaus - Model and Myth + Q&A.
This year marks the centenary of the founding of the Staaliches Bauhaus, arguably the most influential modernist art school of the 20th century.
Love and Desire Under Conditions of Occupation and Dispossession
Posted 19 February 2019 by Andy Moore about Cinema Palestino Presents: Love and Desire in Palestine + Q&A.
This February, in the month of Valentine’s Day, Cinema Palestino are presenting an exciting and thought-provoking programme of three short Palestinian films