Doc/Fest 2019 Film Review: Once Aurora
Our Most Brilliant Friends: Slow Club documentary adds extra date & Rebecca Taylor Q+A
Doc/Fest 2019 Review: Dark Suns
Doc/Fest 2019: “The idea was to show this different world within the city” – Rita Maia on Lisbon Beat
“Racism is alive and kicking!” – Director Lanre Malaolu on The Circle
Preview: Doc/Fest 2019
“We had to handle this one delicately” – Warp Films producer Mark Herbert on The Virtues
Sir Bradley Wiggins, Kate Nash and Werner Herzog join Doc/Fest line-up
The Village Screen to host nostalgic film fest at the Devil’s Arse
The Leadmill to celebrate 25 years of Pulp Fiction
Championing women in film: Reclaim the Frame is coming to Sheffield
Film Reviews – Alita Battle Angel, Happy Death Day 2U
Handmade Cinema to bring classic dinosaur films to life
Oscars 2019: Will Bohemian Rhapsody win Best Picture and Best Actor?
2019 in Film
The Village Screen is bringing a Christmas cinema to Sheffield
Open-Scare Cinema: Exposed attends Village Screen’s Halloween special
A guide to Halloween in Sheffield
Review: A Star is Born
Village Screen cancel Grand Budapest Hotel event at Kenwood Hall
Embracing Life: CK Goldiing on 61 Hugs documentary
Here’s why Logan is so much more than just a modern superhero movie
REVIEW: Luna Cinema
Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman review:
Sheffield Library Members can access free Doc/Fest Films
YARDIE Preview Screening and Streamed Q+A with Idris Elba at Showroom Cinema
Review: Conny Plank: The Potential of Noise
Review: Island – Documentary
Review: Incredibles 2
Open-air showing of The Grand Budapest Hotel coming to Kenwood Hall
Doc/Fest 2018: That’s a wrap!
Doc/Fest Reviews: Time Trial, What Is Democracy? and The Silence of Others
Mass Trespass: Q+A with filmmaker Jordan Carroll
My Friend Dahmer: Interview with Director Marc Meyers
Bringing Jamie Home: Casting Call for Young Sheffield Stars
Reassessing A Classic – A Fistful of Dollars
Village Screen announce film showings at Devil’s Arse
Film Review: Boy Who Likes Girls
Interview with BEAST director Michael Pearce
Homeward Bound: Sean McAllister Talks Doc/Fest and ‘A Northern Soul’
‘Tomb Raider’ – Alicia Vikander brings punch to the new Lara Croft
Review: Sheffield-based boxing drama Journeyman (plus Q&A with Paddy Considine)
The Best and Worst of Disaster Movies
Doc/Fest 2018 announces live performance premieres
Review: DVD Release of The Snowman (2017)
Review: The Shape of Water
A Fantastic Woman: Oscar-nominated LGBT film coming to Showroom
Review: Black Panther
Darkest Hour and Churchill: Oldman’s finest show, Cox’s forgotten moment
Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Review: Darkest Hour
Review: The Disaster Artist
Review – Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Light Cinema Sheffield Celebrates Christmas
Murder on the Orient Express — “A frivolous, endearing tale”
Micro Comic Con comes to Kelham Island!
Sensoria 2017: A week of events, reviewed
How to make a movie: Tips from a Sheffield film-maker
Inside Light Cinema Sheffield
Interview: Peter Mackie Burns – Director of DAPHNE
Sensoria Music & Film Festival
The Top Movies of 2017 So Far
Film Review: Detroit
Film Review: The Dark Tower
Film Review: Atomic Blonde
Film Review: The Big Sick
Film Review: Dunkirk
Film Review: The Beguiled
Film Review: War for the Planet of the Apes
Film Review: Spiderman Homecoming
Film Review: Gifted
WIN 3 PAIRS OF TICKETS TO LUNA CINEMA
Win 4x IMAX tickets for Dunkirk Opening Weekend
Film Review: Baby Driver
Sky Weddings: Capturing the Moment
Doc/Fest 2017: Spookers Fright Night
Doc/Fest 2017 Review: Queerama
Doc/Fest 2017 Review: Armed With Faith
The Doom Doc: Showroom Premiere
Who said the UK couldn’t do outdoor cinemas?
Doc/Fest Preview: Geek Girls
Luna Cinemas To Bring Open Air Cinema to Sheffield
Film Review: Snatched
Film Review: Colossal
Doc/Fest 2017: What’s On?
Sheffield musicians back new award from Sensoria Festival
Film Review: The Boss Baby
UK Green Film Festival heading to Showroom Cinema
The Yorkshire Silent Film Festival
Film Review: Fast & Furious 8
Upcoming films for April 2017
5 TV Dramas you need in your life right now
Review: Get Out
Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2017
Best Throwback Films on Netflix
Film Review: The Lego Batman Movie
Film Review: Jackie
Film Review: Hacksaw Ridge
Film Review: Live By Night
Film Review: Manchester by the Sea
5 films to look out for in 2017
Film Review: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
What we know about the Wonder Woman movie
Film review: Arrival
Film review: Defector
Doc/Fest announces new addition
Film review – The Magnificent Seven
Gary Numan: Android in La La Land
Films That Should Produce VR Games
Review: Doc/Fest 2016
Interview: Two Trains Runnin’ filmmakers
Abbeydale Picture House screens West Side Story
Film Review – Captain America: Civil War (12A)
2 Weeks 2 Make It
Crime: Hong Kong Style
Film Review: Deadpool (15)
Pop-Up Cinema Alternative Valentine’s Film Weekend
Five of the funniest viral videos in 2015
Review – Star Wars: The Force Awakens
The Force Awakens
Cineworld’s new VIP experience
Film Review: The Closer We Get
Interview: The Closer We Get
Film Review: Spectre (12A)
UTNS Sensoria 2015 Preview
Review: In The Nursery – The Fall of the House of Usher
HorrorCon Hits Sheffield
Sheffield Movie Park
Laura Mvula at the Paradiso
Preview: The Duke of Burgundy
Drop Dead X Gremlins
Kingsman: The Secret Service – Review
SHAFF Set For Showroom
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