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Mid90s follows Stevie, a thirteen-year-old in 90s-era LA, who spends his summer navigating between his troubled home life and a group of new friends he meets at a skate shop.

Keen to be accepted both by his older brother and the older skater crew who take him under their wing, this authentic coming-of-age story features an evocative soundtrack, which will no doubt resonate with fans of last year's Skate Kitchen and those who enjoy some 90s nostalgia.

Book now: Showroom / Curzon


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Curzon Sheffield

A stunning conversion of an old bank into an intimate three-screen cinema with some of the comfiest seats in town. And did we mention the rooftop bar?

Acts of Rebellion

Multiple dates

Ever felt like dancing in the street? Or lying down with your legs in the air on Fargate? Laura Page invites you enact small acts of quiet rebellion and record them through photography/video. These workshops will culminate in a screening and talk.

A Soft Rebellion in Paradise

Sat. 8 June 2019

Paradise Square, S1 2DE

A film shot and screening in Paradise Square, responding to its history as a site of political activism and questioning the historic silencing of women's voices.

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.