A funny coming-of-age drama, chronicling four years in the life of Julie (Renate Reinsve) in her quest for love and meaning. The final part of Norwegian director Joachim Trier's Oslo Trilogy, following Reprise (2006) and Oslo, August 31st (2011).
Fri. 15 April 2022 — Thu. 19 May 2022
A loose pre-telling of Shakespeare's Hamlet from director Robert Eggers (The Lighthouse, The VVitch). The epic follows a young Viking prince on a quest to avenge his father's murder, combining folktales, the occult and meticulous attention-to-detail.
Fri. 13 May 2022 — Thu. 19 May 2022
A thrilling revenge western exploring racism and misogyny under colonial rule in Australia. In 1893 Molly Johnson forms an unlikely bond with a wounded Aboriginal man named Yadaka, who is on the run from the law. Plus a director's Q&A on 13 May.
Sun. 22 May 2022
One of the greatest horror films ever made, from legendary director Carl Theodor Dreyer. The dreamlike tale follows a young man drawn into an unsettling mystery in a remote French village. A one-off screening to mark the film's 90th anniversary.
Fri. 13 May 2022 — Thu. 26 May 2022
A hilarious and big-hearted sci-fi adventure. When an inter-dimensional rupture unravels reality, an unlikely hero (played by Michelle Yeoh) must save the world by exploring parallel universes and connecting with the lives she could have led.
Fri. 20 May 2022 — Thu. 26 May 2022
One Norwegian summer, four children in a housing estate become close friends and discover that they possess mysterious powers. From the screenwriter of The Worst Person in the World, The Innocents is a chilling and uncanny psychological thriller.
A showcase of LGBTQ-made short films, on the first Wednesday of each month. Part of DINA's programme of queer socials each Wednesday.
Sun. 12 June 2022
Reel Steel present a rare screening of Bruce Lee's The Way of the Dragon (1972), marking the film's 50th anniversary.
Sat. 18 June 2022
An Ozploitation double-bill screening of Dead-End Drive-In (1986) and The Man from Hong Kong (1975), featuring a Q&A with film director Brian Trenchard-Smith.
Sat. 2 July 2022
Firvale Community Hub, 127 Page Hall Road, S4 BGU
A film aiming to draw our attention to the persecution of the Roma people from the 1940s to the present day. Screening alongside a discussion and a language workshop with Romani expert Juice Vamosi.
Fri. 30 September 2022 — Sat. 8 October 2022
Sheffield's festival of film and music. Expect a truly unique mix of performance, live film scores, screenings, exhibitions, and music industry activity.