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Shirley

In many ways new ground for director Josephine Decker, Shirley is also unmistakably hers, exploring unspeakable horror and strained man-woman interactions which conjure spectres.

Red Post on Escher Street

By Japanese director Sion Sono’s standards, this film-about-film is restrained. It’s also egalitarian, moving – and one of the best of 2020.

The Cost of Living

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

Time

Garrett Bradley’s tender and emotional documentary explores the unthinkable loss of long-term incarceration in America’s racist prison system.

Reviews in Retrospect: In Bruges

A superb alternative Christmas film, this crime drama-cum-black comedy is a contemporary fable that examines the nature of morality itself.

Mothra

The giant divine moth, who would later share the screen with Godzilla, returns with a Blu-ray re-release of her first cinematic appearance in 1961.

Emma

The combination of cinematography and a hilariously expressive cast turns the whole silly drama into something altogether musical.

Memory Dance

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