Sheffield Doc/Fest runs until 12 June, showcasing international documentary filmmaking through a series of screenings and events. To extend its reach beyond festival-goers, Sheffield Doc/Fest has partnered with Curzon curated video-on-demand service Curzon Home Cinema to bring a selection of new documentary shorts to a home cinema audience.
Curzon Home Cinema embraces interesting film programming and works with forward-thinking and innovative festivals to showcase new filmmaking talent and will bring five new exemplary documentary shorts to a wider audience with Sheffield Doc/Fest.
The five films, which are in competition at this year’s Sheffield Doc/Fest, are Xenos by Mahdi Fleifel, Still Can’t Hear Her Mouth by Derville Quigley, En Vogue by Jenn Nkiru, Rebel Menopause by Adele Tulli and Adrift by Frederik Jan Depickere. To support the festival, all five films will be available to view online for the next month for a special event price of £1 each.
1. Frederik Jan Depickere, Adrift. Coutesy of Curzon Home Cinema and Sheffield Doc/Fest.
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