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Leadmill puts out a call for local organisations to co-produce upcoming event series for young people.

True Stories

35 years after release, David Byrne’s satirical, patriotic, postmodern musical still feels like a raw and provocative commentary on everyday life.

Malcolm & Marie

It's painful to watch Zendaya and Washington give what may be career-best performances in such an unfocussed and confused film.

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.

Liam Toner Post-Human Painter

Sheffield-based artist uses portraiture to explore art, neurodiversity and what it means to be human.

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.