The striking new trailer for the Slow Club documentary, Our Most Brilliant Friends, arrives ahead of its release in UK..
Femicide is not a thing I really knew much about until I saw this powerful documentary, but I now realise..
Doc/Fest 2019: “The idea was to show this different world within the city” – Rita Maia on Lisbon Beat
Known primarily for her work as an international club DJ, Rita Maia has teamed up with award-winning filmmaker Vasco Viana..
Fresh from the run of his latest solo dance-theatre show, Lanre Malaolu is bringing his short film ‘The Circle’ to..
Our resident Dochead, Mark Perkins, sets the scene for this year’s jam-packed programme of films, alternate reality exhibitions and talks..
Reprising a working relationship that has borne award-winning fruit such as Dead Man’s Shoes , The Stone Roses: Made of..
Sheffield Doc/Fest has announced the full line-up for its 26th festival, with this year’s theme ‘Ways of Seeing’ inspired by John..
This summer, Peak Cavern (also known as the Devil’s Arse) will be transformed into a unique pop-up cinema experience as..
The 25th anniversary of the 90s classic Pulp Fiction is almost upon us. To mark the occasion, The Leadmill is..
The animated classic, Princess Mononoke, directed by Hayao Miyazaki, will be screened at Abbeydale Picture House this weekend as part of..
Birds Eye View series of Reclaim the Frame will be coming to Sheffield for the first time, on the 13th..
Alita: Battle Angel Two-years in the making (apparently), and now we finally have the manga-adaptation that to my knowledge hardly..
The award-winning Handmade Cinema will be hosting unique screenings of ‘The Land Before Time’ and ‘Jurassic Park’ at Weston Park..
Director James Wan, best known for the Insidious and Conjuring franchises turns his talents towards the disarray of the DCEU. Wonder Woman was a smashing..