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13 films to watch at Sheffield DocFest 2021 – by the programmers

Director Cintía Gil and her team pick some highlights of their 2021 programme and its themes.

By Nick Bradshaw

13 films to watch at Sheffield DocFest 2021 – by the programmers
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Speaking truth to cameras

By Sophie Brown

Speaking truth to cameras
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Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival 2021 round-up: loops and cycles in a world of stasis

By Ben Nicholson

Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival 2021 round-up: loops and cycles in a world of stasis
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By us, about us, for all: why films by trans people matter for everyone

By Thomas Flew

By us, about us, for all: why films by trans people matter for everyone
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Five recommendations at BFI Flare 2021

By Chrystel Oloukoï

Five recommendations at BFI Flare 2021
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Brother’s Keeper suggests Kurdish oppression begins in school

By Caitlin Quinlan

Brother’s Keeper suggests Kurdish oppression begins in school
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Ted K visits the Unabomber’s neck of the woods

By John Bleasdale

Ted K visits the Unabomber’s neck of the woods
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French Exit sends Michelle Pfeiffer into the Parisian night

By Graham Fuller

French Exit sends Michelle Pfeiffer into the Parisian night
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Fabian or Going to the Dogs dives headlong with Weimar Germany’s lost generation

By Jordan Cronk

Fabian or Going to the Dogs dives headlong with Weimar Germany’s lost generation
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Petite Maman is a magical story of childhood love and loneliness

By Jessica Kiang

Petite Maman is a magical story of childhood love and loneliness
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Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn pokes Romania’s hypocrisies in the eye

By Carmen Gray

Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn pokes Romania’s hypocrisies in the eye
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Azor follows a quiet Swiss banker through Argentina’s dirty war

By Nick James

Azor follows a quiet Swiss banker through Argentina’s dirty war
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Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy spins yarns of connection and coincidence in the conditional tense

By Becca Voelcker

Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy spins yarns of connection and coincidence in the conditional tense
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Mr. Bachmann and His Class instils migrant wisdom in a new Germany

By Carmen Gray

Mr. Bachmann and His Class instils migrant wisdom in a new Germany
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What Do We See When We Look at the Sky? is a Georgian romance with Kafkaesque quirks

By Ela Bittencourt

What Do We See When We Look at the Sky? is a Georgian romance with Kafkaesque quirks
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A Cop Movie blows the lid off the act of policing

By Jonathan Romney

A Cop Movie blows the lid off the act of policing
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Introduction bridges the generational gap in Hong Sangsoo’s typical style

By Nick James

Introduction bridges the generational gap in Hong Sangsoo’s typical style
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Ninjababy pits a reluctant mother-to-be against her sweary unborn offspring

By John Bleasdale

Ninjababy pits a reluctant mother-to-be against her sweary unborn offspring
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Gritt follows a woman’s self-destructive, determined dreams of artistic glory

By Ela Bittencourt

Gritt follows a woman’s self-destructive, determined dreams of artistic glory
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All Light, Everywhere is an illuminative meditation on the nature of seeing

By Laura Jacobs

All Light, Everywhere is an illuminative meditation on the nature of seeing
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Rotterdam round-up: the best of the 2021 IFFR

By Kambole Campbell

Rotterdam round-up: the best of the 2021 IFFR
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Archipelago traverses Québec’s cultural terrain as an animated anthology

By Neil Young

Archipelago traverses Québec’s cultural terrain as an animated anthology
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The Witches of the Orient shows the cultural influence of Japanese volleyball stars

By Jonathan Romney

The Witches of the Orient shows the cultural influence of Japanese volleyball stars
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Riders of Justice shows Mads Mikkelsen wreaking paternal vengeange

By John Bleasdale

Riders of Justice shows Mads Mikkelsen wreaking paternal vengeange
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Censor splices cut-throat video nasty violence with smart social commentary

By Ela Bittencourt

Censor splices cut-throat video nasty violence with smart social commentary
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One for the Road: a stylish but superficial Thai road trip

By Thomas Flew

One for the Road: a stylish but superficial Thai road trip
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Flee: an evocative, animated documentary of escape from Afghanistan

By Caitlin Quinlan

Flee: an evocative, animated documentary of escape from Afghanistan
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In the Same Breath: the Covid-19 pandemic goes under the microscope

By Sophie Brown

In the Same Breath: the Covid-19 pandemic goes under the microscope
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Human Factors: a tense, puzzling family drama

By Thomas Flew

Human Factors: a tense, puzzling family drama
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