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Filmreel Doc/Fest 2018, Part 2 / Leave No Trace

Several of Doc/Fest 2018’s most impressive films, especially in their clear aim to give voice to their central protagonists, revolve around …

Several of Doc/Fest 2018’s most impressive films, especially in their clear aim to give voice to their central protagonists, revolve around 

Filmreel Doc/Fest 2018: Think/Rhythms/Visions / Film Listings

Eclectic as ever, this month Sheffield Doc/Fest presents its films alongside virtual and augmented reality experiences and numerous talks a…

Eclectic as ever, this month Sheffield Doc/Fest presents its films alongside virtual and augmented reality experiences and numerous talks a

Filmreel Can there be a Happy End to the Human Flow?

Michael Haneke’s newest film, Happy End, reflects a fascinatingly eclectic mix of texts, as well as referencing many of Haneke’s own films, …

Michael Haneke’s newest film, Happy End, reflects a fascinatingly eclectic mix of texts, as well as referencing many of Haneke’s own films, 

Female Fantasy

In an interview with Sight & Sound, auteur-filmmaker Anne Biller makes clear that her spectacularly lush The Love Witch (2016) is a "mov…

Filmreel Migration Matters: Positives & Negatives

Doc/Fest showcased many films as well as VR installations about refugees, while Sheffield’s Migration Matters Festival included films as p…


Doc/Fest showcased many films as well as VR installations about refugees, while Sheffield’s Migration Matters Festival included films as p

Filmreel RoboCop Wives: Remakes

The Showroom screened the 1975 version of Stepford Wives last month as part of its Robosapiens season, which asks ‘Will homosapiens give way…

The Showroom screened the 1975 version of Stepford Wives last month as part of its Robosapiens season, which asks ‘Will homosapiens give way