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75 articles available in total starting from 11/07/2018. Last article published on 14/06/2021.

The hybrid edition of Sheffield Doc/Fest 2021 hands out its gongs

The hybrid edition of Sheffield Doc/Fest 2021 hands out its gongs

The award-winning European films included the co-productions Equatorial Constellations by Silas Tiny and Ali and His Miracle Sheep by Mayhem Ridha  

14/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2021 | Awards

Review: My Dear Spies

Review: My Dear Spies

Franco-Russian filmmaker brothers Vladimir and Pierre Léon parse their family backstory to unveil a potential link with Cold War-era espionage  

10/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2021

Yorgos Lanthimos and Emma Stone reunite for Poor Things

Yorgos Lanthimos and Emma Stone reunite for Poor Things

Following on from the Oscar success of The Favourite, the star and director will team up for another surrealist period drama, again produced by Ireland’s Element Pictures  

26/05 | Production | Funding | Ireland/UK/USA

Steve McQueen to follow up Small Axe with an Uprising

Steve McQueen to follow up Small Axe with an Uprising

The director’s latest BBC project is a three-part documentary series, focusing on three events in 1981 which would have a pivotal effect on British race relations  

14/05 | Production | Funding | UK

David Cronenberg decamps to Athens to commit some Crimes of the Future

David Cronenberg decamps to Athens to commit some Crimes of the Future

The arthouse and horror legend, long thought to have retired, returns for his first feature in eight years, a Greece-set sci-fi noir starring Viggo Mortensen, Léa Seydoux and Kristen Stewart  

03/05 | Production | Funding | Canada/Greece

Florence Pugh joins Sebastián Lelio for Ireland-set psychological thriller The Wonder

Florence Pugh joins Sebastián Lelio for Ireland-set psychological thriller The Wonder

Filming starts this summer on the Irish-UK co-production, adapted from the Emma Donoghue (Room) novel by screenwriter Alice Birch  

29/04 | Production | Funding | UK/Ireland

UK launches £7m Global Screen Fund to help plug gap left by Brexit

UK launches £7m Global Screen Fund to help plug gap left by Brexit

The fund, administered by the UK Government’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and the BFI, will aim to boost global exports of UK content  

23/04 | Production | Funding | UK

Review: Communists!

Review: Communists!

Welsh film programmer and critic Christopher Small makes an alluring directorial debut with this film festival-set quasi-thriller  

29/03 | Films | Reviews | UK

Review: Firebird

Review: Firebird

Queer love struggles to endure in Estonian director Peeter Rebane’s handsome yet generic fiction debut, set partially on a military base in Soviet-occupied Estonia  

25/03 | Films | Reviews | Estonia/UK

Review: Colors of Tobi

Review: Colors of Tobi

A transgender teen’s journey gets an emotive and touching documentary close-up in this debut by Hungarian filmmaker Alexa Bakony  

19/03 | Films | Reviews | Hungary

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