This film was last shown on 11 February 2016
Joanna Eberhart moves to the suburban town of Stepford with her family. The 'perfect' town seems a little too perfect. The women of the town are shallow, subservient and devoted to housework. The men of the town live in harmony with their glass-eyed wives. Joanna teams up with another recent resident to uncover the dark secrets of Stepford.
With speaker Professor Adam Piette
Prof. Adam Piette's primary research is in war studies, with two monographs on Second World War and Cold War texts and culture. His current work concentrates on the construction of Europe during the Cold War, and the legacy of the Cold War post-1989 in terms of militarization, globalized technology and secret state / warfare state international relations as represented in the new cultural ‘wars’. of the late 20th and 21st centuries.
Supporting Women in Film with the F-Rating!
Notes on June's Film of the Month!
Crossings: Stories of Migration
July Film of the Month - The Beguiled!
Joan's Cannes 2017 blog - Day 1
Joan's Cannes 2017 blog - Part 2
The perfect office space, large or small
Opening up a world of film
Sign up for email listings and competitions
Reception Mon-Fri 8.00-18.00
0114 279 6511
Wedding, retirement, Bar Mitzvah - do it with us.
Tenant Profile: Learn to Recreate
Faye Savory is a finalist at The Prince's Trust Celebrate Success Awards
Join our club
Mon-Thu 10am - 11pm. Food served until 9pm
Fri 10am - late. Food served until 9pm
Sat 10.30am - late. Food served until 9pm
Sun 11am - 10.30pm. Food served 12pm to 4pm
Telephone: 0114 249 5432
Sat 16 September 19.00 - 21.00
Sat 9 September 10.00 - 16.00
Read up on our roots
Christmas at the Showroom
Spring Frittata Recipe
Showroom & Workstation, 15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX
©2017 Sheffield Media & Exhibition Centre Ltd
Find us on Facebook
Follow us on LinkedIn
Follow us on Instagram
Design by DED | a glitterfish site
If you prefer us not to set these cookies, please visit our Cookie Settings page or continue browsing our site to accept them.