Shrewsbury Film - Extras

"Roll on Wednesday for the next offering from my favourite place to be"
Maggie Mitchell

Within our first 12 months, it became increasingly clear that there was a demand for more than a main season. We listened and put on a couple of mini seasons, which proved there was an appetite for more.

Thanks to a cash injection from Film Hub North West Central, we were able to put on more films than ever before and to take more risks.

Today, we are supported by the Film Hub Midlands. Through funds from the National Lottery, Film Hub Midlands supports people to watch, show and make films in the Midlands.

We call these our Extras and include all our mini-seasons, films for festivals as well as one-off films. Sometimes, these films are loosely chosen around a theme, sometimes they are just chosen for being good, or meriting an outing on the big screen.

These films are not part of our main season membership.

All films are shown at the Hive, 5 Belmont, Shrewsbury SY1 1TE. Tickets are £6 on the door.
Films start at 8pm with the bar open from 7:30pm.
Sunday films start at 4pm, with the bar open from 3.30pm.

Thirty advance tickets are available from the Hive, either online via their website or by dropping in (Tuesday to Friday). Some of our films are very popular so if you choose to turn up on the night, try to get there early to avoid disappointment.

Click here to find out more about becoming a member or just getting a ticket for individual films

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Wednesday 29 January 2020



15 | Ukraine | 2018 | Russian/ Ukrainian
Director: Sergey Loznitsa

This extraordinary film takes us on a voyage through Eastern Ukraine, showing the intertwined battlefields, conflicts and deceptions of a troubled region in a post-truth world. Mixing documentary and fiction, it offers a remarkable cinematic experience.

Wednesday 12 February 2020



15 | Argentina | 2017 | Spanish
Director: Lucrecia Martel

Diego de Zama, an 18th-century administrator in the service imperial Spain is trapped in South America, awaiting a better posting. Mixing the influences as diverse as Beckett, Borges and Kafka, the film paints an engrossing portrait of the burdens of empire.

Wednesday 26 February 2020



15 | Israel | 2017 | Hebrew
Director: Samuel Maoz

A black comedy about the absurdities of war, Foxtrot tells the story of four young conscripts manning a surreal Israeli border post. Audaciously combining surrealism and slapstick, this film won the Grand Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival.

Wednesday 11 March 2020


The Divine Order

12 | Switzerland | 2017 | Swiss German
Comedy, Drama
Director: Petra Volpe

Set in Switzerland in 1971, this feel-good celebration of the struggle for women's right to vote tells an important story in a highly entertaining fashion, recreating the campaigning of a dutiful housewife who unexpectedly becomes the leader of the local suffragette movement.

Wednesday 25 March 2020


The Life And Death of Colonel Blimp

U | UK | 1943 | English
Drama, Romance, War
Director: Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger

One of the greatest British films of all time, this is an epic tale of friendship, honour, romance and ageing from directors Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. Shot in glorious Technicolour and beautifully restored, it more than retains its charm and emotional power 75 years on.