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Celluloid Streams: What to watch this week

We're back again with another selection of films which are available to stream now.

Wadjda (PG) - MUBI

Wadjda was a lot of firsts. It was Haifaa al-Mansour's feature debut, the first film shot entirely in Saudi Arabia and the first feature-length movie made by a Saudi director. It's also utterly wonderful. Watch trailer.

Outside In (12) - Netflix

With the sad news of the passing of Lynn Shelton this month, American independent cinema lost one of its more interesting voices. Outside In is a fine example of how she painted realistic, yet flawed, characters. Watch trailer.

Tangerine (15) - All4

Sean Baker's (The Florida Project) feature debut is a fresh and vibrant story of a transgender sex worker who discovers her boyfriend and pimp has been cheating on her. He was ahead of his times, shooting the whole film using iPhones. Watch trailer.

Predestination (15) - Prime

Michael and Peter Spierig's time travelling sci-fi is a 'prime' example of a 'straight to video' film which is actually pretty great. Follow Ethan Hawke on his time-hopping adventures. Watch trailer.

Shirkers (12) - Netflix

Every so often a documentary comes along which will blow your mind. Sandi Tan's journey into the unknown is an intriguing, bizarre, unsettling and bewildering story. Watch trailer.

Roll Red Roll (15) - iPlayer

Over the past decade or two there have been a number of stories uncovering the toxic masculinity that is rife on American college campuses. Nancy Schwartzman documentary illuminates the horrible truth. Watch trailer.

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The Cost of Living

A new documentary explores arguments for and against creating a Universal Basic Income.

Memory Dance

Two local archive programmes on Sheffield Live! TV, hosted by Memory Dance, aim to trigger cross-generational memories of our city.

Food in Film

Film has long celebrated food, from the passion and craft of making to the joy of eating. The Showroom Cinema’s Young Audiences Coordinator, Linnea Pettersson, shares her favourites.

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