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Sheffield Doc Fest 2022

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11 articles available in total starting from 07/06/2022. Last article published on 06/07/2022.

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Review: Infinity According to Florian

Review: Infinity According to Florian

Capitalism is a form of colonisation that can be tamed by a maverick like late architect and artist Florian Yuriev, says Oleksiy Radynski in this documentary about his final battle  

06/07 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2022

Enric Ribes • Director of Singing on the Rooftops

Interview: Enric Ribes • Director of Singing on the Rooftops

"I have always been interested in the world of drag"

In his debut feature, the Catalan director combines fiction and reality to portray Gilda Love, a nonagenarian transvestite, a resident of Barcelona's El Raval neighbourhood  

01/07 | /Spain

Review: One Day in Ukraine

Review: One Day in Ukraine

Volodymyr Tykhyy takes us on a tour of duty and civilian activism over the course of one day on the Kyiv frontline  

01/07 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2022

Review: Singing on the Rooftops

Review: Singing on the Rooftops

Being a transvestite in old age is no paradise, although there is room for light and hope in this hybrid film by Enric Ribes which, at the same time, pays homage to the more libertarian Barcelona  

30/06 | Films | Reviews | Spain

Review: Mountains and Heaven in Between

Review: Mountains and Heaven in Between

In his second full-length documentary, Dmytro Hreshko captures life in a beautiful, secluded village and the work of the visiting crews of paramedics  

30/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2022

Review: North Circular

Review: North Circular

A significant inner-city road in Dublin inspires memories, songs and political anger in Luke McManus’s sombre documentary  

30/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2022

Review: A Bunch of Amateurs

Review: A Bunch of Amateurs

Kim Hopkins' Audience Award winner at this year’s Sheffield DocFest is a joyous feel-good paean to the power of cinema and togetherness  

30/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2022

Sheffield DocFest announces its awardees

Sheffield DocFest announces its awardees

The Best Film Award was won by Mexican filmmaker Rodrigo Reyes for Sansón and Me, whilst the First Feature Prize went to a US-Dutch co-production, Rosa Ruth Boesten’s Master of Light  

30/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2022 | Awards

Review: No Place for You in Our Town

Review: No Place for You in Our Town

Nikolay Stefanov’s doc is a hard-hitting, yet sometimes tender, look at the racist football hooligans of FC Minyor, located in Pernik, Bulgaria  

28/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2022

Review: The New Greatness Case

Review: The New Greatness Case

Anna Shishova’s poignant yet chilling documentary methodically reveals the perversity and manipulation inherent to state repression in Russia  

27/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2022

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