Our Performance Venues - The Drama Studio, The Octagon Centre and Firth Hall - host a range of drama, dance, comedy and music productions and you can see a programme of films in our very own independent cinema, the Students' Union Film Unit.
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Students' Union Film Unit
Students' Union Auditorium every Friday, Saturday and Sunday
El Ocaso del Socialismo Mágico (Chávez and Magical Socialism-The Twilight of Magical Revolution, English subtitles). A film by Michele Calabresi.
The session will begin with the film after a short introduction, and will be followed by a Q&A. Our guests will be Calabresi (film director) and F Macor (Venezuelan Community Project).
Thursday 15 March | 6.30pm The session will begin with the film after a short introduction, and will be followed by a Q & A. Doors will be open at 6:15 p.m (refreshments will be served at the end)
Has the Bolivarian Revolution died with its leader’s death?
In the Western World, Venezuela ‘s situation gets thrown around to by those on the left and right as an ‘example’ - why “socialism failed”, why “nationalisation is good” - to illustrate vacuous points on Twitter disputes. This belittles the severity of the situation; dehumanises its actors. There is so much more to this country’s recent experience beyond this tragicomic depiction.
The film is an overview of the current crisis in Venezuela. Chronicles the rise and fall of Chávez’s ‘Bolivarian Revolution’. Starting with his death, in 2013.
Interviewing senior politicians (Teodoro Petkoff and Douglas Bravo), scholars (Margarita López Maya), chavistas (Antonia Muñoz, PSUV) and opposition leaders (Leopoldo López) - among others - the documentary provides a balanced critical perspective on the Bolivarian Revolution. From the people that lived it first-hand.
Modern Languages Drama Festival: Spanish, German and French plays
Wednesday 14 March to Friday 23 March, 7.30pm, Drama Studio, Shearwood Road (map)
This is the first University of Sheffield Modern Languages Drama Festival! It is organized and staged by the staff and students of the School of Languages and Cultures. It includes three plays in Spanish, German and French. They are:
'El Cuervo' by Alfonso Sastre, performed on Wed 14 March and Thurs 15 March
'Leonce und Lena' by Georg Büchner, performed on Mon 19 March
'Les Précieuses Ridicules' by Molière, performed on Thurs 22 March and Fri 23 March
Enquiries E: Dr David McCallam (firstname.lastname@example.org), T: 0114 222 2860