An optimistic look at divides in American culture filmed in a small, southern town known for both its evangelical passion play and its gospel drag show.
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Tell us about you…
Hallo, I’m Jaq. I like to eat food, watch films, drink beer and have a dance.
I work for Cinema For All, which is a Sheffield-based, national charity that helps volunteers to screen films wherever they may be. I also sing in Neighbourhood Voices, an all-female group singing arrangements of pop, indie and alternative tunes.
What does Sheffield mean to you?
Sheffield is a brilliant bunch of contradictions. It’s full of warmth, but likes sticking up a cheeky pair of fingers to the south. It’s proud but self-deprecating; industrial but green; active but sedentary. Come and have a go at us, and we’ll make you a lovely cup of tea.
What’s your favourite Sheffield place?
I love Walkley. It’s such an eclectic and loving mix of old and new Sheffield.
What would you do to improve the city?
Keep the trees. Oh, and more places that do pizza by the slice.
A beautiful and moving documentary exploring family love, devotion and end-of-life care.
A meditation on privacy, sexuality and the meaning of safe spaces for the queer community.
Tue. 12 June 2018
The Light Cinema, The Moor, S1 4PF
The story of indie wrestler Jesse 'Madman' Manson.