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Review: Disclosure

Disclosure is a dynamic and deeply personal documentary now available on Netflix, which offers insight into the way transgender identity and transgender representation in...

Review: Sunderland 'til I Die S2

On a river where they used to build a boat… Sunderland ‘til I Die season 2 continues a story of the once great Sunderland AFC and...

Recommendation: Netflix's Pandemic

If self-isolation is getting you down, and if you’re anything like me, then chances are you might be scanning Netflix for something juicy to...

Review: #cats_the_mewvie

#cats_the_mewvie is a Netflix documentary examining why cat posts, memes, and videos are so popular and prevalent online. After 2018’s thoroughly enjoyable Catwalk (another...

Sheffield Doc/Fest reveals first major programme announcement for 2019

Sheffield Doc/Fest have unveiled big-name filmmaker Paul Greengrass as their first programme announcement for the 2019 festival. Greengrass is best known for directing the likes...

Review: When The War Comes

Director Jan Gebert explores themes of radicalisation and far-right ideology in Slovakia with his first feature length documentary. When The War Comes follows 20-year-old...

Review: The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid

Nathan Makalena reviews The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid, which had its UK premiere at Sheffield Doc/Fest on 8 June. It wasn’t until the director’s Q+A...

Doc/Fest Diaries: Day Six

Today was the sixth, and final, day of the 25th edition of Sheffield Doc/Fest. Screen Editors Gethin Morgan and Izzy Cridland have been covering...

Interview: Jon Kasbe (Director of When Lambs Become Lions)

When Lambs Become Lions is an astonishing film documenting the lives of two men on opposing sides of the ivory trade - X (the...

Interview: Bernadett Tuza-Ritter (Director of A Woman Captured)

A Woman Captured is one of the best films I’ve seen at Sheffield Doc/Fest. It follows the day-to-day life of Marish, a modern-day slave...

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