The Brazilian film Nũhũ Yãg Mũ Yõg Hãm: This Land Is Our Land! won the award for best international film at the 28th Sheffield DocFest.
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Sheffield Doc/Fest
WHERE: Sheffield, UK
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Sheffield DocFest is the UK’s leading documentary festival and one of the world’s most influential markets for documentary projects. We champion and present the breadth of documentary form – film, television, immersive and art – in the vibrant city of Sheffield each June. We offer makers and audiences a place for inspiration, debate, development, learning and challenge. Our programming represents our core values – creativity, empathy, freedom, inclusivity and internationalism.
Watch the new trailer for the powerful documentary short film RIP SENI.
Sheffield DocFest announced their 2021 full program including the World Premiere of Uprising, by Steve McQueen and James Rogan.
Sheffield DocFest 2021 Opens with ‘Summer of Soul’ and Closes with World Premiere of ‘The Story of Looking’
Sheffield DocFest 2021 will open with the European premiere of Summer of Soul (…Or When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised), by Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson
Director Atsushi Sakahara chronicles his intimate journey of confronting the doomsday cult behind the sarin gas attack on the Tokyo metro system on March 20th, 1995 in the new documentary Me and the Cult Leader.
Midnight Family directed by Luke Lorentzen snagged the prestigious Grand Jury Award at the 2019 edition of Sheffield Doc/Fest.
This year, Sheffield Doc/Fest 2019 presents Films, Live Events and Alternate Realities experiences and installations focusing on LGBTQI+ communities and individuals.
Sheffield Doc/Fest announces the line-up of 180+ documentary features and shorts for its 26th edition, which runs from 6 to 11 June, 2019, under the tagline “Ways of Seeing”.
Sheffield Doc/Fest will open the 26th edition with the UK premiere of Diego Maradona, directed by Asif Kapadia, from over 500 hours of footage from Maradona’s personal archive.
FACE TO FACE, the ground breaking immersive story/documentary/installation directed by the award-winning photo journalist, Michelle Gabel and co-directed by immersive storyteller/filmmaker Michaela Holland
Sheffield Doc/Fest Alternate Realities Exhibition 2018 to Feature 27 Interactive and Immersive Projects
The 2018 Sheffield Doc/Fest Alternate Realities Exhibition, supported by Arts Council England, features 27 interactive and immersive projects
The 2018 Sheffield Doc/Fest film program lineup presents bold and innovative non-fiction films made by some of the most authentic international filmmakers working today.