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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 more.

The Man Who Fell to Earth

Multiple dates

Showroom

David Bowie plays a highly intelligent alien who finds himself trapped on our planet, in this cult sci-fi classic. See it on the big screen in a beautiful 4K restoration as part of the Showroom's season dedicated to the films of Nicolas Roeg.

Star Wars (1977)

Mon. 26 August 2019

Abbeydale Picture House

See where it all began, with the original unforgettable adventure across the galaxy in the beautiful surroundings of the 1920s picture palace.

Pain and Glory

Sun. 25 August 2019 — Thu. 29 August 2019

Showroom

An evocative, semi-autobiographical journey of self-reflection from prolific Spanish writer-director Pedro Almodóvar. Starring regular collaborators Penélope Cruz and Antonio Banderas.

Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood

Wed. 14 August 2019 — Thu. 29 August 2019

Showroom

Quentin Tarantino's provocative ninth feature film. A star-studded fairy-tale fantasy tribute to Hollywood’s golden age with a classic soundtrack.

Hail Satan?

Sun. 25 August 2019 — Thu. 29 August 2019

Showroom

Satanism may evoke images of devil worship, but this film is here to challenge all preconceptions. It introduces the Satanic Temple, whose aim is not to raise hell but to provoke people to think about the role of religion in a supposedly secular USA.

A Summer of Family Classics

Mon. 29 July 2019 — Fri. 30 August 2019

Showroom

A weekly-changing lineup of family classics with the likes of The Goonies, Babe, and Neverending Story. Plus there's the added bonus that when the heatwave comes, there's no place better to cool off than a cinema screen.

The Adventures of Robin Hood

Sat. 31 August 2019

Stoneface Creative, Storrs Lane, S6 6GY

Join Sensoria for a unique outdoor screening of the 1938 Technicolor swashbuckler in Loxley valley woodland. There'll also be a bar, pizza, and Robin of Loxley booklets and limited edition prints by Tom J. Newell and Anja Uhren for sale.