Showroom Cinema receives Culture Recovery Fund grant
Posted 26 October 2020
Showroom Cinema has been awarded £536,449 as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help with the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.
Wolfwalkers: half-term adventure for the famliy
Posted 22 October 2020 by Mikaela Smith
This half term we’ll be looking for a little escapism to pull us out from under the autumn leaves and greying skies. Lucky for us, Ireland-based animation studio Cartoon Saloon have an offering that will warm even the frostiest hearts.
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.
New Releases This Week
Posted 26 September 2020 by Mikaela Smith
New Releases This Week
South Korean Thrillers
Posted 10 August 2020 by Team Showroom
Thrilling, explosive and occasionally ultra-violent, there’s an incredible wealth of riches out there for people who loved Parasite and want to dig deeper into South Korean thrillers. Here's five of our favourite films available to stream online.
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.