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El Paso turns Sheffield’s clock back to 1971 for The Reel Monty

The 1971 Sheffield film that inspired one of the biggest movies of all time is getting a rare public screening later this month.

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Cinema: Long live art cinema

Cinema: Long live art cinema

This weekend across Europe, independent arthouse cinemas come together to celebrate European Art Cinema Day (15.10.17). Although this is a relatively new initiative, the history of European cinema and the art-house cinemas that love it is long and rich.

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Blood Simple at The Showroom

Cinema: Simply the best thrillers

Launching this week, with the fantastic re-release of Blood Simple, is a full autumn/winter season of thrillers at The Showroom.

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Cinema: Badly behaved women

Cinema: Badly behaved women

Here’s to badly behaved women on screen! Daphne, opening this week, is a wonderful celebration of a woman determined to do her own thing: to defy ladylike behavioural expectations and to forge her own path through the complexities of modern London living.

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La La Land

10th year of sound and vision fest

An open-air screening of La La Land on Saturday night will launch the 10th Sensoria festival of music, film and digital.

Music
Exciting television opportunity for passionate Sheffield residents

Exciting television opportunity for passionate Sheffield residents

An exciting new television opportunity is on the cards for residents in Sheffield.

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Undated film still handout from Wind River. Pictured: Hugh Dillon as Curtis, Elizabeth Olsen as Jane Banner and Graham Greene as Ben. See PA Feature FILM Reviews. Picture credit should read: PA Photo/STX Entertainment. WARNING: This picture must only be used to accompany PA Feature FILM Reviews.

Cinema: Thriller set on a snow-laden reservation

WIND RIVER (15)

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Facing trials of survival

Facing trials of survival

Images of the war in Syria are never far from our TV screens, newspapers and online news media. As the ongoing multi-sided conflict continues into its seventh year, it seems that the only images we see of this country are of violence, destruction and soldiers.

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Peter Sutcliffe's killing spree was brought to an end after he was arrested in Sheffield

Documentary suggests motive for Yorkshire Ripper's murders

Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe’s future as a serial killer was set the moment his father lured his mother to a hotel room to expose her infidelity, a new documentary reveals.

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The Full Monty's Mark Addy and Brassed off star Tara Fitzgerald together in new Yorkshire feel-good film The Runaways. Photos: Fox Searchlight Pictures and Miramax Films.

The Full Monty and Brassed Off stars filming new Yorkshire 'feel-good' movie The Runaways

Twenty years after The Full Monty and Brassed Off two of the films' biggest stars have teamed up for what is hoped to be another Yorkshire runaway hit at the box office - called The Runaways.
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The Terminator is back to meet fans at Terminator 2: Judgment Day in 3D at Cineworld Sheffield

The Terminator said he would be back and today he is with the cinema release of a special 3D converted edition of 1991 sci-fi classic Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
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Helicopter ER is back following life-saving work of Yorkshire Air Ambulance

The dramatic rescue of a cyclist after an horrific high-speed crash features in the new series of the award-winning reality TV programme, Helicopter ER.

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Cinema: Step into another world

Cinema: Step into another world

One of the treasures of Doc/Fest opens this week, the fantastic Step.

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The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature in UK cinemas from Friday, August 11, 2017.

WIN: The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature film merchandise goody bag to celebrate UK release

Surly the squirrel and his pals are back in The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature and we have film merchandise goody bags to be won to celebrate its UK summer holiday release.
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Game of Thrones admit to using Ikea rugs for actors' costumes

Game of Thrones admit to using Ikea rugs for actors' costumes

Game of Thrones fans may well have admired the warm fur cloaks worn by Jon Snow and members of the Night's Watch in the hit show.

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Cinema: emotional roller coaster

Cinema: emotional roller coaster

Dunkirk continues to gain praise from both audiences and critics and it’s great to see Christopher Nolan showing such an important moment of World War 2 on the big screen. Of course, the war has been interpreted many times for the cinema, from different angles, for different purposes and to differing degrees of success.

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Cinema: Fostering careers in film

As citizens of Sheffield, we are increasingly spoilt for choice when it comes to going to the cinema, and access to film is about the best it’s ever been.

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Family film sessions held through holidays

Light Cinema Sheffield is running an offer throughout the school holidays, called Family AM, where children and adults can go to daily designated film showings for just £3 each.

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Cinema: Superhero Spiderman is coming back home

Cinema: Superhero Spiderman is coming back home

SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING (12A)

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Cinema: Tale from the other side

Cinema: Tale from the other side

When Sophia Coppola won the prize for Best Director in Cannes this year, (the second woman to ever win this accolade) it was for her adaptation of Thomas P. Cullinan’s short Southern Gothic story set in the American Civil War: The Beguiled.

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