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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...

Immersive and Interactive Storytelling at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2018 – The Future...

Documentaries have always existed to record some aspect of reality and the world we live in. They educate and immerse the viewer in areas...

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...

Review: Bruce Lee and the Outlaw

Nathan Makalena reviews Bruce Lee and the Outlaw, which had its world premiere at Sheffield Doc/Fest on 8 June. Director Joost Vandebrug creates a sense...

Doc/Fest Diaries: Day Five

The 25th edition of Sheffield Doc/Fest is currently taking place (7 to 12 June). Screen Editors Gethin Morgan and Izzy Cridland are covering the...

Review: Sir Trevor McDonald in conversation with Charlene White

Sir Trevor McDonald said that a man recently spotted him walking down the street and pulled his vehicle to the side of the road...

Review: Lost Warrior

Screen Editor Gethin Morgan reviews Lost Warrior, which had its UK premiere at Sheffield Doc/Fest on 10 June. This doc from co-directors Nasib Farah and...

Review: Of Fathers and Sons

Screen Editor Gethin Morgan reviews Of Fathers and Sons, which had its UK premiere at Sheffield Doc/Fest on 8 June and is nominated for...

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