We're pleased to announce the Live Cinema Summit at Doc/Fest 2018
The programme also featured Stacey Dooley and Olly Alexander discussing their BBC3 docs, Sir Lenny Henry discussing his career and the continued need for the industry to tackle diversity, Peter Greenaway exploring the future of storytelling, Ian Hislop discussing satire in a post-truth world and explorer Bruce Parry talking to Katie Puckrik about his new feature doc.
This year’s public debate featured distinguished panel including Sir Trevor Philips exploring whether the media reflects the real opinions of the people, and highlights of the free talks programme in the Doc/Fest Exchange included editor Walter Murch, author Helen MacDonald and YouTube sensation ‘The Chicken Connoisseur’.
Recordings of the Talks & Sessions from this and previous years are available on the Doc/Fest Youtube Channel.
Live Cinema Summit at Doc/Fest 2018
Submit an idea for the 2018 Talks & Sessions Porgramme
Sheffield Doc/Fest includes over 50 talks and panel sessions. Each year ideas for sessions come from the Doc/Fest team, our broadcast supporters (Channel 4, BBC, ITV and Sky) and from the open call for session ideas.
Nick Broomfield at Doc/Fest 2017
Now on YouTube: Nick Broomfield at Doc/Fest 2017
Sheffield Doc/Fest YouTube Channel
Recordings of talks, sessions and post screening Q&As from 2017 and previous Festivals.
Maxine Peake: My Desert Island Docs
Sheffield Doc/Fest was thrilled to welcome the acclaimed Salford-based actress and writer Maxine Peake to the Festival for the first time. Image courtesy of Felicity McCabe.
Alternate Realities Summit 2017
Engaging panels & playful presentations from the leading voices in interactive factual storytelling - now on YouTube
Doc/Fest All Year
Film screenings, Alternate Realities, training and where to find the team
Doc/Fest Exchange on Tudor Square
Doc/Fest Exchange, developed with Wellcome, houses a series of daily talks inspired by ground-breaking Doc/Fest films and interactive and immersive storytelling.
Festival Roundup 2017
Sheffield Doc/Fest celebrates wider audience inclusiveness and accessibility opportunities across the Festival