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Samantha Kingston 🦕 Jun 11
Me in my natural habitat
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John Murphy Jun 10
As winds down for me, here are a few things I’ve learnt from seeing 15 films over the course of the festival. I think the films I saw were a fair cross-section of the programming.
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Beverley Ward Jun 8
Momentarily confused by the large numbers of interesting men suddenly appearing on dating apps in Sheffield then realise it’s They’ll all be gone in a few days and normal service will be resumed!
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Simran Hans Jun 8
Still thinking about ’s extraordinary act of generosity MY FIRST FILM and how fucking exhilarating and moving it was to see an artist make their missteps, “failings” and insecurities totally transparent. Best thing I’ve seen at so far
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Freya C Jun 11
It's a great feeling to talk to folks at about our success with wider audiences at our VR theatre, with so many women experiencing it for the first time, whilst the team back in Bristol run all about addressing the gender gap in VR. So joined up!
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Alisa Lebow Jun 9
Packed house at Sheffield DocFest this afternoon for our Beyond Story industry panel! ⁩ ⁦
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Paul Myles Jun 6
Who is at ? Come say hi!
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Melanie Iredale Jul 15
reading through a LOT of filmmaker / delegate / audience survey feedback on at the mo, but this is one of my faves: "friendly industry shindig in a friendly northern city" - new tagline?
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Caragh Davison Jun 7
Good morning Doc/Fest! Here with the Crew all weekend. Come say hi! ✨
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Light Cinema Sheffield Jun 11
If you've got your wellies on and are feeling brave then we have some quaking short films on at our free outdoor screen on Howard Street. Donald and Daffy will keep you company
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Clare Reddington Jun 11
“If you can see The Shard, it can see you and it’s coming for you next”. Common Ground about the Aylesbury Estate is such a powerful piece of storytelling that uses VR so appropriately and inventively (Tiny aside)
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Maria de Souza Jun 8
Been to see A Soft Rebellion, artist Chloe Brown’s film for a call to arms for the voices of women to be heard, filmed last year for 100 years of suffrage. So powerful & moving. Screening free until 9pm tonight, Paradise Square. Go!
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Bechdel Test Fest Jun 7
What a great poster from the Focus/Shapes That Move strand zine! They’re showing shorts programmes all weekend exploring intersectional feminist cinema from across British history.
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Jamie Bartlett Jun 12
This ‘deep fake’ of Zuckerberg was part of an installation at that I went to last week - all about micro-targeted ads & elections. Lots of other celebrities were faked (cont...)
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Seahorse Jun 8
European premiere with a packed audience waving to Jeanie
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Unfold Stories Jun 10
✅ First day of meetings done! Come and see us tomorrow!
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Rowan Deacon Jun 11
Flying visit to and saw 2 brilliant films. The (amazing) Amazing Johnathan Documentary and For Sama which is one of the most important and affecting films I’ve ever seen
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Alex Fattal Jun 9
4:30pm in Cinema 2, World Premiere of en
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Adnan Sarwar Jun 8
Last night in Sheffield a lad asked if I was off Coronation Street, today a gentleman asked if I was I’d love to be hanging out in the Rovers Return or to have made Senna, Amy & Diego Maradona. But no. Who’s the guy in Corrie?
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Andy Moore Jun 10
Snuck in for the Q&A after FOR SAMA tonight - another standing ovation for ’s extraordinary film. So amazing to see how much love this incredibly important, powerful film is getting.
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