We've highlighted a selection of 10 standouts from Sheffield Doc/Fest's potent, thought-provoking and confrontational 2022 shorts programme.
Documentary, Film Festival
Doc/Fest's brave curation of intimate shorts shows off the incredible possibilities inherent within the documentary form. Here are DN's favourite 10 picks.
Sheffield Doc/Fest's carefully curated selection is available to stream in the UK until August 31st. These are the 10 shorts you don't want to miss!
Saturday began with the excellent Russian film My Perestroika. The film explores the political situation in Russia through the stories of two history teachers
Friday began with a talk on Arts Docs, with an illustrious panel including Tabitha Jackson (C4), Kate Vogel (the Tate), James Hunt (Sky Arts & BBC) and
Thursday began with an interesting talk about investigative journalism, showing broadcast supported films for the likes of Dispatches, This World and
I’ve been looking forward to Sheffield Doc/Fest for a while, as I’m showing my short film PS Your Mystery Sender. I’ll be attending many
After another late night of dancing to guilty pleasures in the Showroom bar I was grateful this morning for some kind of lie in. My plan was to book time in
Showroom Cinema. All Tomorrows parties edit masterclass with Nick Fenton. Truly inspiring. All Tomorrows parties New this year, The mighty Britdoc Bar Stitch
Yet another late night post. This time because my iPhone died again after only 12 hours of use. As well as having 4 pitch meetings and taking part in
6 sales agents, 1 lawyer, 1 journalist, 1 film-maker drinks down. 1 pizza and 1 roller disco to go. MeetMarket this way Directors of men who swim Niki, c4int
I finally have my delegates pass and goodies. Gave back my delegates bag as I inevitably lose them or pick up one of the other 1800 identical bags at the
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