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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Film picks

Fill your diary with cinematic delights, with these picks of the films coming soon to Sheffield's screens, compiled by our Joe.

Browse the What's On calendar for even more film screenings.

Reel Femme

Tue. 18 June 2019


An intimate evening of filmmaking by women, held every other month in DINA.

TV Dinners: Taxi Tehran

Tue. 18 June 2019


Join Foodhall for this special edition of TV Dinners in collaboration with South Yorkshire Migration and Asylum Action Group (SYMAAG), and in solidarity with human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh.

Amazing Grace

Fri. 10 May 2019 — Thu. 20 June 2019


In 1971, Aretha Franklin, the undisputed Queen of Soul, recorded her album Amazing Grace before a live audience in an LA church. All these years later, footage of the sessions shot by Sydney Pollack comes to the screen for the first time.

Thunder Road

Wed. 12 June 2019 — Thu. 20 June 2019


A tragicomedy about a policeman navigating grief, single fatherhood and stresses at work, digging deep into the spiritual and economic crises of the US heartland.

We the Animals

Fri. 14 June 2019 — Thu. 20 June 2019


A mesmerising adaptation of the award-winning autobiographical novel by Justin Torres, following three brothers often left to fend for themselves as their parents' volatile relationship makes and unmakes the family many times over.

The Past in the Present

Sat. 22 June 2019


Short films by three Palestinian filmmakers in different locations, looking at different points in time. On the 1929 launch of the Palestinian women's movement, children's lives/dreams in the West Bank, and the history of photography in Gaza.

Apollo 11

Multiple dates


Apollo 11 takes us straight to the heart of NASA's most celebrated mission, crafted from a newly discovered trove of 65mm footage. Vividly experience those momentous days and hours in 1969 when humankind took a giant leap into the future.

In Fabric

Multiple dates


A loving throwback to Italian horror greats, and a darkly comic take on consumerism centred on a demonic dress. Don't miss the chance to join director Peter Strickland for an in-person Q&A at a special preview screening on 4th June.