Our Film Listings

Not only do we offer a main season of 16 films, shown on alternate Fridays from September to April, but also several extra films.


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.

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Wednesday 21 March 2018


The Eagle Huntress

U | Mongolia | 2016 | Kazakh
Documentary, Adventure, Sport
Director: Otto Bell

A 13-year-old girl trains to become the first female eagle hunter in twelve generations. A remarkable documentary featuring spectacular scenery and awe-inspiring photography.

Friday 6 April 2018


How I Ended This Summer

12 | Russia | 2010 | Russian
Director: Aleksey Popogrebskiy
Included in Main Season
Two scientists stranded on a weather station in the remotest part of Siberia are caught in a web of lies, deception and suspicion that mirrors modern Russia.

Friday 20 April 2018


The Commune

15 | Denmark | 2016 | Danish
Director: Thomas Vinterberg
Included in Main Season
In 1970s Copenhagen, a professional couple and their group of friends set up an experimental commune. Soon, tensions emerge as love, friendship and togetherness appear elusive.

Friday 4 May 2018


A Man Called Ove

15 | Sweden | 2016 | Swedish, Persian
Comedy, Drama
Director: Hannes Holm
Included in Main Season
A touching and sometimes comic drama about a stubborn man who is all too willing to point out the faults in his neighbours. One of the most popular and entertaining films to come from Sweden in many years.

Friday 18 May 2018


The White Knights

12 | Belgium | 2015 | French/Arabic
Director: Joachim Lafosse

Based on a true story, this topical drama tells of an NGO entering Chad's civil war to rescue orphans from the conflict. Their plans, driven by the best of intentions, soon go wrong in unexpected ways.

Friday 1 June 2018


Since Otar Left

15 | Georgia | 2004 |  Georgian/French/Russian
Director: Julie Bertuccelli

A charming tale of three generations of Georgian women, Otar's mother, sister and niece. When he goes missing, their search for him exposes tensions and takes unexpected directions…this is a beautiful, affecting film about family life.

Friday 15 June 2018


Museum Hours

12 | Austria | 2012 | German/English
Director: Jem Cohen

A security guard's reflections at Vienna's art museum, and his relationship with a lonely American visitor, develop into a wideranging journey through art, the city, love and life. This is a mysterious, beautiful and compelling film.

Friday 29 June 2018



18 | Brazil | 2016 | Portugese
Director: Kleber Mendonça Filho

Widow and retired music critic Clara is the last resident of the Aquarius apartment block. When developers determine to drive her out, the stage is set for an epic struggle that is both profoundly personal and a wider critique of wider trends in Brazilian society. One of the very best Latin American films of recent times.