Past Screenings

Our full screening archive, featuring every documentary we've shown.

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Dust & Metal


A vibrant montage of archive film offers an unorthodox perspective of Vietnam through it's ubiquitous mode of transport: the motorbike.

DocHouse Shorts: From There to Here


In this inspiring selection of short-but-perfectly-formed docs, we witness both people and places overcome, adapt and evolve.

The Waste Land


Chris Teerink's film offers a strikingly original, contemporary interpretation of T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land, which has haunted and intrigued so many.

Green City Life


How do we build the city of tomorrow? One that combines the benefits of the countryside with the advantages of the urban world?

Sheffield DocFest Spotlights: Long Distance Swimmer


The Syrian swimmer who pulled the boat that carried 18 refugees to Greece now copes with the consequences of becoming a famous activist.

Ciné-Guerrillas: Scenes from the Labudović Reels


A look into the the Algerian war for independence, where cinema was mobilized as a weapon against colonialism.

Non-Aligned: Scenes from the Labudović Reels


Serbian filmmaker Mila Turajlić delves into the archive of Stevan Labudović, a cameraman who documented the birth of the Non-Aligned Movement

This World Is Not My Own


Tracing the life of folk artist Nellie Mae Rowe and the personal and political events that shaped her body of work.

Non-Aligned Newsreels: Fragments #4


Mila Turajlic's live documentary performance invites the audience to confront archival material which has fallen out of political narratives.