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Hive: Poignant and quietly inspirational

Looking at patriarchy and social norms in Kosovo in the wake of war, the meditative pacing and sensitive direction of Blerta Basholli’s Hive allow it to be inspirational without moralising.

Live / stage review ShAFF 2022 Preview

Ahead of the full Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2022 programme (18-20 March), this preview event does a good job of setting the tone, from incredible outdoor challenges to touching human stories.

Live / stage review Far Gone

John Rwothomack is note-perfect in this profound one-man performance about childhood innocence and war, neatly directed by Mojisola Elufowoju.

Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy

This trio of short stories approaches the heights of Happy Hour. It's also far more affecting and closely felt than Drive My Car, while clocking in at a comparatively slim two hours.