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Toronto International Film Festival Day 1

Posted 8 September 2017 by Martin Carter

The 2017 Toronto International Film Festival has a very different feel to last year's version of the event.

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Land of Mine - August Film of the Month!

Posted 4 August 2017 by Mikaela Smith about Land of Mine.

We provide some notes & context on this month's film pick!

Showroom Cinema

Making Cinema Accessible for Everyone

Posted 28 July 2017 by Mikaela Smith about Subtitled Mondays.

What are we doing to make our cinema a welcoming environment for everyone? Here is a recap!

The Beguiled

July Film of the Month - The Beguiled!

Posted 12 July 2017 by Mikaela Smith about The Beguiled.

We offer a short guide to this months Film of the Month - The Beguiled!

Berlin Syndrome

Notes on June's Film of the Month!

Posted 21 June 2017 by Mikaela Smith about Berlin Syndrome.

Some helpful extra info on this months film of the month: Berlin Syndrome!

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Crossings: Stories of Migration

Posted 15 June 2017 by Mikaela Smith

In the run up to Migration Matters Festival, we highlight poignant stories from Doc/Fest and share what we'll be showing!

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Supporting Women in Film with the F-Rating!

Posted 26 May 2017 by Mikaela Smith

We're F-Rating our programme and joining the movement to promote gender equality in the film industry!

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Christmas at the Showroom

Posted 13 December 2016 by Charles Macdonald-Jones

Whether you're catching a film you missed, or simply catching up with friends in the bar, there's plenty for everyone at the Showroom this festive period!

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Martin Carter reports back from the Toronto International Film Festival 6

Posted 28 September 2016 by Martin Carter

Back home from Toronto for a few days now and I've had time to reflect on the festival. Here are my high (and low) lights from ten days of cinematic debauchery and indulgence

Manchester by the sea

Martin Carter reports back from the Toronto International Film Festival 5

Posted 16 September 2016 by Martin Carter

The synopsis for Manchester By The Sea does not bode well: ' A man must return to his hometown when his older brother dies suddenly. His return means confronting the tragic events that caused him to leave...." Nothing new there then.

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