Sheffield Doc/Fest

6 - 11 June 2019

Sheffield Doc/Fest is a world-leading and the UK’s premier documentary festival, celebrating the art and business of documentary and all non-fiction storytelling.


Operating in the heart of the UK, we’re a hub for all documentary and non-fiction content across all platforms, from feature-length to shorts, and including interactive, augmented reality, and virtual reality projects.

The Festival comprises:
- Film programme of the very best in international documentary screenings;
- Alternate Realities for innovation in interactive , augmented reality and virtual reality projects;
- Talks & Sessions with high profile speakers, to inspire, inform and debate;
- Marketplace for international business, delegations, pitching and training;
- Social events and networking;
- All Year screenings, talks and training outside of the festival period.

Across all of its programmes, Doc/Fest gives guests the opportunity to explore documentary within one unique, six-day festival experience.

Festival Notice:

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Have a great Doc/Fest!

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Hail Satan
Doc/Fest 2019: Hail Satan?
Chronicling the extraordinary rise of one of the most colourful and controversial religious movements in American history, the Satanic Temple.
  • Thu 6 Jun
  • 12.30
XY
Doc/Fest 2019: XY Chelsea
What would you do if you had access to terrible secrets withheld by the system, and the optimism that sharing them could change the world for the better?
  • Thu 6 Jun
  • 12.45
Don't Be a Dick
Doc/Fest 2019: Don't Be A Dick About It
In affluent suburban Maryland, teenage brothers Matthew and Peter while away the summer days, alternately bickering and bonding, filmed by their cousin Ben Mullinkosson. A funny and astutely observed story of brotherhood.
  • Thu 6 Jun
  • 13.00
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 09.45
what you gonna do
Doc/Fest 2019: What You Gonna Do When the World's on Fire?
A black community in the American South tries to cope with the lingering effects of the past and navigate their place in a country that is not on their side.
  • Thu 6 Jun
  • 15.30
Tattooed Tears (40th Anniversary)
Doc/Fest 2019: Tattooed Tears (40th Anniversary)
This is an intimate encounter with a maximum-security juvenile correctional facility in Chino, California, and a 13-week odyssey into hell, depicting young men’s struggle for survival in a brutal environment.
  • Thu 6 Jun
  • 15.40
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 13.10
The Brink
Doc/Fest 2019: The Brink
Follow Trump's former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon through the 2018 mid-term elections in the US. The film sheds light on his efforts to mobilise and unify far-right parties to win seats in the May 2019 European Parliament elections.
  • Thu 6 Jun
  • 15.45
Honeyland
Doc/Fest 2019: Honeyland
Turkish dialect
In a deserted Macedonian village, Hatidze, a middle aged beekeeper, lives in peace tending her bees and her bedridden mother — then a family moves in next door and everything changes.
  • Thu 6 Jun
  • 15.50
A Bigger Splash
Doc/Fest 2019: A Bigger Splash (New Restoration)
When David Hockney's beautiful lover, Peter Schlesinger, breaks up with him, it leaves David a complete emotional wreck. This unique docudrama presents a semi-fictionalised account of the story behind A Bigger Splash.
  • Thu 6 Jun
  • 21.30
Dark Suns
Doc/Fest 2019: Dark Suns
Spanish
Director Juilan Elie's stark, unremitting epic displays grave potency in its complex exploration behind the disappearances of thousands of Mexican men and women.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 09.00
Waiting for the Carnival
Doc/Fest 2019: Waiting for the Carnival
Portuguese
A small village in the Brazilian outback is considered the nation’s capital of jeans. It’s also a microcosm that depicts modern day capitalism and its transgressions.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 09.30
Kabul, City in the Wind
Doc/Fest 2019: Kabul, City in the Wind
Farsi
A portrait of the city of Kabul through daily details of two kids and a bus driver, set against the background of a city destroyed by political and religious powers.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 12.30
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 19.15
On The President's Orders
Doc/Fest 2019: On The President's Orders
Tagalog, English
Shot like an intense Hollywood thriller, this visceral exposé lays bare the deadly heart of darkness behind Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte's single-minded war on drugs.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 12.45
The Hermit
Doc/Fest 2019: Hermit
Russian
Astonishingly spare and poetic portrait of a haunted Russian recluse's life deep in the forest, acutely observed through each of the four seasons.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 12.55
Dive: Rituals in Water
Doc/Fest 2019: Dive: Rituals in Water
Icelandic
Joyful portrait of Icelandic swimming pioneer and baby whisperer Snorri Magnusson who lovingly instructs his infant students to dive, sing and even stand upright on his palm.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 13.00
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 11.00
War of Art
Doc/Fest 2019: War of Art
While the world is on the verge of nuclear war, a group of western contemporary artists are invited into the eye of the storm – North Korea.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 15.15
Queen of Lapa
Doc/Fest 2019: Queen of Lapa
Portuguese
A proud transgender sex worker since the age of 11, Luana Muniz, now 59, shapes a new reality in her 'hostel' by housing a new generation of trans sex workers in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 15.20
In Our Paradise
Doc/Fest 2019: In Our Paradise
Bosnian, French, German, Romany
This is a family saga recounting the trials and tribulations of two determined sisters as they battle between France and Bosnia, towards their fantasised paradise.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 15.30
Hey, Bro!
Doc/Fest 2019: Hey, Bro!
Russian
Mark, 18, and Krill, 20, have only known one another a month, but together they head out on holiday to indulge in their passions for girls, dancing, cloud rap and skateboarding.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 15.35
Anthropocene The Human Epoch
Doc/Fest 2019: Anthropocene: The Human Epoch
English, Russian, Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese, Italian, German
Humans are making such profound changes to our planet that scientists argue we are in a new epoch: the Anthropocene. This visually stunning documentary traverses the globe showing the devastating impact of our lives on Earth.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 18.15
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 19.15
One Child Nation
Doc/Fest 2019: One Child Nation
English, Mandarin
First-time mother and filmmaker Nanfu Wang uncovers the untold history of China's one-child policy and the generations of parents and children forever shaped by this social experiment.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 18.30
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 13.45
Here We Are
Doc/Fest 2019 - Shorts: Doc/Rhythm 2
Various
Doc/Fest Shorts for Doc/Rhythm 2
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 18.30
My First Film
Doc/Fest 2019: My First Film
In My First Film, the artist uses expanded cinema to recount the stories behind her lost and abandoned work.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 19.00
Diego Maradona
Doc/Fest 2019: Diego Maradona 12A
Diego Maradona is a wild and irreverent look at one of the world’s most iconic sportsmen, both on and off the pitch, during his infamous time in Naples.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 21.00
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 19.00
Selfie
Doc/Fest 2019: Selfie
Italian
In this original slice-of-life film, teenagers and best mates Pietro and Allesandro make a selfie-style doc about their rough Naples neighbourhood, in the wake of the senseless killing of their friend.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 21.15
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 12.45
Apollo 11
Doc/Fest 2019: Apollo 11
Never-before-seen footage takes you straight into the heart of NASA's most celebrated mission as astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin embark on a historic trip to the moon.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 21.30
The Fortress
Doc/Fest 2019: The Fortress
Spanish
The Bucaramanga supporters are notorious football fans. Beside the stunning Andean Mountains, a group of young men make a long-distance pilgrimage to an away game, looking for trouble along the way.
  • Fri 7 Jun
  • 21.45
Mountain Plain Mountain
Doc/Fest 2019 - Shorts: New/Japan
Various
Doc/Fest shorts for New/Japan
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 09.15
The Pit
Doc/Fest 2019: The Pit
Bulgarian, Russian, German
It's winter, five degrees, and the water is steaming. What at first glance looks like a beautiful spa by the sea, the people of Varna simply call The Pit.
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 09.30
The Circle
Doc/Fest 2019 - Shorts: New/UK
Various
Doc/Fest shorts for New/UK
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 09.30
Tiny Souls
Doc/Fest 2019: Tiny Souls
Arabic
After escaping the Syrian war, a free-spirited young girl and her family must navigate confined life, stranded in Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan.
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 09.45
In Search...
Doc/Fest 2019: In Search...
Swahili, English, German
Two decades after experiencing the painful and dangerous practice of female genital mutilation, Kenyan filmmaker Beryl Magoko makes an emotional journey back home to undergo surgery to restore her genitals.
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 11.50
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 13.45
Another Paradise
Doc/Fest 2019: Another Paradise
Creole, English, French
Fifty years ago, a small community was expelled from the Chagos archipelago by the British authorities, in order to lease the island to the US Army. Now, Chagossian exiles attempt to return home.
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 12.00
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 09.00
No Data Plan
Doc/Fest 2019: No Data Plan
English, Filipino
In this unusual travelogue, filmmaker Miko Revereza is an unnoticed passenger crossing America on an Amtrak train. His thoughts and overheard monologues paint a portrait of an America where nothing can be taken for granted.
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 12.30
On the Inside of a Military Dictatorship
Doc/Fest 2019: On the Inside of a Military Dictatorship
Burmese, English
In Karen Stokkendal Poulsen’s incisive and gripping dissection of Myanmar’s disastrous transition to democracy, a series of military leaders frankly detail how they went about opening up the country without ultimately losing control.
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 12.35
American Factory
Doc/Fest 2019: American Factory
English, Mandarin Chinese
In Ohio, a Chinese billionaire opens a new factory in the husk of an abandoned General Motors plant and cultures collide in this insight on the changing landscape of working class America.
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 14.30
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 09.45
What We Left Unfinished
Doc/Fest 2019: What We Left Unfinished
Arabic
The incredible true story of five unfinished films from the Communist Era in Afghanistan (1978-1991) when films were weapons, filmmakers became targets, and the dreams of constantly shifting political regimes merged with the stories told on screen.
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 15.00
Seahorse: The Dad Who Gave Birth
Doc/Fest 2019: Seahorse
One trans man’s pioneering quest to fulfil an age-old desire: to start his own family.
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 15.00
Border South
Doc/Fest 2019: Border South
Spanish
Hundreds of thousands of migrants cross Mexico annually, seeking new lives. Following the migrant trail are Gustavo, recovering from being shot by Mexican police, and Jason, who is examining the trail’s grisly remains.
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 15.35
America
Doc/Fest 2019 - Shorts: Doc/Think 1
Various
Doc/Fest shorts for Doc/Think 1
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 17.45
For Sama
Doc/Fest 2019: For Sama + Q&A
Arabic
For Sama tells the story of one young woman's journey through love, marriage and motherhood across five years of the uprising in Aleppo, Syria.
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 18.00
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 16.25
The Edge of Democracy
Doc/Fest 2019: The Edge of Democracy
Portuguese, English
A cautionary tale for these times of democracy in crisis; combining unprecedented access to leaders past and present, with accounts of the filmmaker's own family's complex political and industrial past.
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 18.15
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 18.00
Khartoum Offside
Doc/Fest 2019: Khartoum Offside
Arabic
A cinema verité look at a Sudanese female football team intent on defying their Islamic country's policy discouraging women from playing sports.
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 21.00
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 15.30
Black to Techno
Doc/Fest 2019 - Shorts: Doc/Rhythm 1
Various
Doc/Fest Shorts for Doc/Rhythm 1
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 21.15
Midnight Trav
Doc/Fest 2019: Midnight Traveler
Farsi, English
After filmmaker Hassan Fazili receives a Taliban death sentence, the Afghan director and his family seek asylum in western Europe, keeping a mobile phone diary of their perilous journey.
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 21.20
Body All Eyes
Doc/Fest 2019 - Shorts: Doc/Think 2
Various
Doc/Fest shorts for Doc/Think 2
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 21.30
A Dog Called Money
Doc/Fest 2019: A Dog Called Money
Accompany PJ Harvey and award-winning photographer Seamus Murphy on a journey through the creative process behind a PJ Harvey album, conceived by their travels around the globe.
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 21.30
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 16.45
James Lee Byars: World Question Centre
Doc/Fest 2019: James Lee Byars: World Question Centre
A 50th anniversary presentation. In this societal litmus test, artist James Lee Byars assembles a heterogeneous ensemble of intellectuals including Marcel Broodthaers and John Cage to ask, "What is significant today?"
  • Sat 8 Jun
  • 23.30
Jade
Doc/Fest 2019: Jade
Exploring the rise and fall of Britain’s most loved – and hated - reality star, Jade is a dark fairy tale that shines a light on the battlegrounds of class politics and social change in Britain at the turn of the 21st century.
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 09.00
That Which Does Not Kill
Doc/Fest 2019: That Which Does Not Kill
French
A man that Ada knows invites her to dinner. Everything goes too quickly. He rapes her. Her story intertwines with others, each one different, yet all the same.
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 09.00
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 17.00
Lemebel
Doc/Fest 2019: Lemebel
Spanish
A creative portrait of Chilean artist and activist Pedro Lemebel, whose groundbreaking performance art featuring body, blood and fire, reflected the reality of the LGBTQ community’s living in fear during years of dictatorship.
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 09.30
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 22.00
The Border Fence
Doc/Fest 2019: The Border Fence
German
Amid a refugee crisis, the Austrian government announces the construction of a border fence. Two years later, the fence is still in a container, as the inrush of refugees never occurred.
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 10.45
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 09.30
Criminal Justice
Doc/Fest 2019: Criminal Justice
This film is about the law of unintended consequences. A present tense examination of the aftermath of new Labour’s sentencing policy, brought in under Tony Blair and David Blunkett.
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 11.30
Hunting for Hedonia
Doc/Fest 2019: Hunting for Hedonia
Hunting for Hedonia examines and elucidates the future use of so-called 'deep brain stimulation' and explores how this technology will impact human identity and our sense of self.
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 12.15
Oer the Land
Doc/Fest 2019: The Machine That Kills Bad People: O'er The Land
A meditation on the milieu of elevated threat addressing national identity, gun culture, wilderness, consumption, patriotism and the possibility of personal transcendence.
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 12.15
99 Problems
Doc/Fest 2019 - Shorts: Doc/Adventure
Various
Doc/Fest shorts for Doc/Fest Adventure
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 13.45
The Unwanted: The Secret Windrush Files
Doc/Fest 2019: The Unwanted: The Secret Windrush Files
David Olusoga opens secret government files to show how the Windrush scandal and the hostile environment for black British immigrants has been 70 years in the making
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 14.00
Sumercé
Doc/Fest 2019: Sumercé
Spanish
In a battle over the country’s access to fresh water, Sumercé follows agricultural educator Rosita, veteran activist Don Eduardo, and rising political leader César Pachón as they fight their government.
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 15.00
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 12.30
Rushing Green with Horses
Doc/Fest 2019: Rushing Green with Horses + Q&A
Filmed over 20 years, celebrated German experimental filmmaker Ute Aurand’s Rushing Green With Horses is a collection of moments – private scenes at home and at play with family and friends.
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 16.00
Radical Broadcasts
Doc/Fest 2019: Radical Broadcasts
Radical Broadcasts, an on-going season programmed by Matthew Harle and Colm McAuliffe, celebrates the work of television director Mike Dibb who shaped “more ideas and offered more ways of seeing than any other TV documentarian of his generation.”
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 16.15
Ghosts of Sugar Land
Doc/Fest 2019 - Shorts: Doc/Expose
Various
Doc/Fest shorts for Doc/Expose
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 16.30
The Untitled Amazing Johnathan Documentary
Doc/Fest 2019: The Amazing Johnathan Documentary
Subversive magician John Edward Szeles was given a year to live in 2014, but is still alive. As reality shifts, director Ben Berman becomes disoriented by the smoke and mirrors.
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 18.00
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 11.45
Mike Wallace Is Here
Doc/Fest 2019: Mike Wallace Is Here
An engaging look at the life and career of legendary 60 Minutes newsman Mike Wallace — and how he redefined broadcast journalism with his hard-hitting interview style.
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 18.45
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 09.15
Let It Burn
Doc/Fest 2019: Let It Burn
Portugese
Parque Dom Pedro Hotel in São Paulo opened its doors to over 100 people suffering from drug addiction and homelessness. Swinging between lucidity and intoxication, the residents tussle for love.
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 19.00
Once Upon A Time In Iraq
Doc/Fest 2019: Once Upon A Time In Iraq
English, Arabic
Multi-BAFTA and Emmy Award-winning director James Bluemel focuses on first person narratives from both sides of the 2003 Iraq War, in an attempt to better understand the world today.
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 19.15
Midnight Fam
Doc/Fest 2019: Midnight Family
Spanish
A father and his sons spend almost every night operating their private ambulance in Mexico City; an unstable income in a low-employment crisis. With financial pressures, their priorities as first responders are compromised.
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 21.00
MOTHER
Doc/Fest 2019: MOTHER
Thai, Swiss German, English
In Thailand, Pomm takes care of Europeans with Alzheimer’s. Separated from her children; she helps Elisabeth during the final stages of her life, as a new patient arrives from Switzerland.
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 21.30
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 14.25
Once Aurora
Doc/Fest 2019: Once Aurora
Norwegian, English
Once Aurora is a coming of age story from inside the music industry about a girl trying to find who she will be as an artist and as a woman.
  • Sun 9 Jun
  • 21.45
Romantic Comedy
Doc/Fest 2019: Romantic Comedy
An obsession with romantic comedies fuelled the filmmaker’s fantasies of love as she grew up. This ode to the romcom bounds through their legacy and the myths they have engendered.
Reason
Doc/Fest 2019: Reason
English, Hindi, Marathi
India, the world’s largest democracy once aspired to Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité and non-violence. Today, supremacists are using Faith and the national flag to hunt down the 'demons' of Rationality.
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 11.35
Hi, AI
Doc/Fest 2019: Hi, AI
English, Japanese, Italian, German
Laconic, futuristic melding of doc and sci-fi follows a lonely American researcher and a disaffected Japanese family trying to find a human connection with their recently acquired robots.
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 15.30
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 14.10
Focus/Shapes That Move
Doc/Fest 2019 - Shorts: Focus/Shapes That Move: A British State of Being
Various
Doc/Fest Shorts for Focus/Shapes That Move: A British State of Being
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 15.45
The Great Hack
Doc/Fest 2019: The Great Hack
The Great Hack uncovers the dark world of data exploitation with astounding access to the personal journeys of key players on different sides of the explosive Cambridge Analytica/Facebook data scandal.
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 18.15
War In The Blood
Doc/Fest 2019: War In The Blood
An intimate feature-length documentary following two patients through ground-breaking ‘first in-human’ trials for a treatment described as the beginning of the end of cancer.
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 19.10
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 21.45
Reconstructing Utøya
Doc/Fest 2019: Reconstructing Utøya
Norwegian, Swedish
Four survivors from the Utøya massacre of 2011 reconstruct their memories in a black box studio together with twelve young participants, in order to share and remember their experiences.
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 21.30
Advocate
Doc/Fest 2019: Advocate
Hebrew, Arabic
Most Israelis call them ‘terrorists’. But Lea Tsemel calls her Palestinian clients ‘freedom fighters’. For decades she has taken on the impossible struggle of representing their humanity and motivations in court.
  • Mon 10 Jun
  • 21.45
Baracoa
Doc/Fest 2019: Baracoa
Spanish
Bittersweet, closely observed blend of doc and fiction follows two Cuban boys, timid Lionel and volatile Antuan, roaming through their dying industrial town in the final, lazy days of summer.
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 09.00
Chinese Portrait
Doc/Fest 2019: Chinese Portrait
Chinese Mandarin
A personal contemporary portrait of a country, a population and a society by Wang Xiaoshuai. Please note: This film is in Chinese Mandarin but does not have English subtitles.
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 09.00
BLOCK
Doc/Fest 2019: BLOCK
Portuguese
During a country-wide blockade, striking Brazilian truckers hope military intervention will bring a solution. But when the army finally arrives to end the crisis, nothing goes quite as expected.
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 11.10
While We Are Here
Doc/Fest 2019: While We Are Here
Portuguese, Arabic, French, English
In a world divided by borders and walls, While We Are Here presents a story where love overcomes cultural and geographical distances.
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 11.40
Kate Nash: Underestimate the Girl
Doc/Fest 2019: Kate Nash: Underestimate the Girl
A Myspace sensation who experienced instantaneous success; Kate Nash was dropped by her record label for being too punk. She shares her experiences of navigating a sexist industry and evolving.
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 16.30
A Wild Stream
Doc/Fest 2019: A Wild Stream
Spanish
Chilo and Omar live on a deserted beach, their lives seemingly cut off from the world. They fish to survive and at night they drink, swapping stories about their past.
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 16.45
The Revenge of the Diva
Doc/Fest 2019: The Revenge of the Diva
Swedish
This stylish and highly entertaining musical confection charts the delicious fall and rise of Sweden's former reigning court soprano Siv Wennberg, cast out from the opera world for excessive divaness.
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 19.30
Push
Doc/Fest 2019: Push
English, Spanish, Italian, German, Korean
Landlords without faces. Apartments without renters. A documentary exploring the new, unliveable city.
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 21.15
The Campaigners
Doc/Fest 2019: The Campaigners
A Sunday morning changing room romance with the bleary-eyed, battle-weary brothers of the Woodseats Working Men's Football Club.
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 21.45
Untouchable
Doc/Fest 2019: Untouchable
The inside story of the meteoric rise and shocking fall of movie titan Harvey Weinstein, Untouchable reveals how Weinstein craved, gained and gravely abused his power.
  • Tue 11 Jun
  • 22.00

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