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In 1953 Edmund Hillary & Tenzing Norgay reached the summit of the world in an act that symbolized everything good about human co-operation and courage. Sixty years later, an ugly confrontation high up the mountain between Western climbers and a mob of angry Sherpas makes global news. What’s going on up there? In this feature doc, we follow an Everest ascent from the perspective of the Sherpas for the first time. Through their eyes, we experience the politics and pressure of climbing the mountain and explore the so-called ‘brawl’ at 23,000 feet. (£7)Tickets & More Info »
Regather's resident B-movie cinema is is back and it's our halloween special! What better way to keep the evil spirits at bay than with Nicolas Cage's first leading role in Vampire's Kiss. A strange hybrid of a film, think American Psycho meets Interview With A Vampire, this production showcases the very best/worst of the insane acting that has made Nicolas Cage such a GIF-able star.Tickets & More Info »
Our weekly film night is running a series of live soundtrack events across the autumn/winter season, with some of Sheffield's finest acts performing alongside some carefully curated footage on a variety of themes.
Coming up next we have Sheffield's Forefathers....
Jump down the rabbit hole with Forefathers, Sheffields premier afro-funk band. This cinematic experience leads you through Wonderland, combined with footage from acrobats, jugglers and fire-eaters!
Sheffield Adventure Film Festival is back with their monthly takeover at the Regather Film Night.
This week two films for the price of one!
Ben and James have been on several 'adventures' together, from pulling a sofa across southern England to swimming the length of a knee deep river in Dorset. Making films about their trips has become a part of the journey. They wanted to build on these journeys in their latest project but also make something about more than themselves - to capture the beauty of the landscape, the people and the wildlife they encountered would have to be more important than any distance or number of miles they could travel.Tickets & More Info »