• Giblin, Bethany
    Giblin, Bethany

    United Kingdom, MA Filmmaking Student, Sheffield Doc/Fest

  • Desert Island Docs: Mark Thomas

    Mark Thomas: activist, comedian, writer and political satirist, is one of the UK's best-known political performers. He has won awards for his stage and human rights work, including the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award. His politically charged shows and writing challenge many diverse issues such as the arms trade, Coca-Cola and the Israeli Wall in the West Bank. His work has changed the law, kiboshed politicians' careers and has been performed across the world.

    Presented in collaboration with Off the Shelf and in conversation with Guardian journalist Simon Hattenstone, Mark will discuss the documentaries that have moved and inspired him throughout his life.

  • DOUBLETHINK

    DOUBLETHINK is an immersive video installation by renowned artists and filmmakers Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard (20,000 Days on Earth), written by Stuart Evers and performed by George MacKay.

    Created specifically for Sheffield Doc/Fest with support from Wellcome and in consultation with mental health researchers.

    DOUBLETHINK is free and open every day of the Festival 7-12 June at the Doc/Fest Exchange on Tudor Square.

    Health & Safety

    DOUBLETHINK uses provocative and strong language and visuals, that some audiences may find disturbing. Contains flashing lights that may not be suitable for photosensitive epilepsy. If you feel uncomfortable at anytime, please speak to a member of Doc/Fest staff or a volunteer.

    Not suitable for anyone under the age of 15.

  • DOUBLETHINK

    DOUBLETHINK is an immersive video installation by renowned artists and filmmakers Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard (20,000 Days on Earth), written by Stuart Evers and performed by George MacKay.

    Created specifically for Sheffield Doc/Fest with support from Wellcome and in consultation with mental health researchers.

    DOUBLETHINK is free and open every day of the Festival 7-12 June at the Doc/Fest Exchange on Tudor Square.

    Health & Safety

    DOUBLETHINK uses provocative and strong language and visuals, that some audiences may find disturbing. Contains flashing lights that may not be suitable for photosensitive epilepsy. If you feel uncomfortable at anytime, please speak to a member of Doc/Fest staff or a volunteer.

    Not suitable for anyone under the age of 15.

  • DOUBLETHINK

    DOUBLETHINK is an immersive video installation by renowned artists and filmmakers Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard (20,000 Days on Earth), written by Stuart Evers and performed by George MacKay.

    Created specifically for Sheffield Doc/Fest with support from Wellcome and in consultation with mental health researchers.

    DOUBLETHINK is free and open every day of the Festival 7-12 June at the Doc/Fest Exchange on Tudor Square.

    Health & Safety

    DOUBLETHINK uses provocative and strong language and visuals, that some audiences may find disturbing. Contains flashing lights that may not be suitable for photosensitive epilepsy. If you feel uncomfortable at anytime, please speak to a member of Doc/Fest staff or a volunteer.

    Not suitable for anyone under the age of 15.

  • DOUBLETHINK

    DOUBLETHINK is an immersive video installation by renowned artists and filmmakers Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard (20,000 Days on Earth), written by Stuart Evers and performed by George MacKay.

    Created specifically for Sheffield Doc/Fest with support from Wellcome and in consultation with mental health researchers.

    DOUBLETHINK is free and open every day of the Festival 7-12 June at the Doc/Fest Exchange on Tudor Square.

    Health & Safety

    DOUBLETHINK uses provocative and strong language and visuals, that some audiences may find disturbing. Contains flashing lights that may not be suitable for photosensitive epilepsy. If you feel uncomfortable at anytime, please speak to a member of Doc/Fest staff or a volunteer.

    Not suitable for anyone under the age of 15.

  • DOUBLETHINK

    DOUBLETHINK is an immersive video installation by renowned artists and filmmakers Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard (20,000 Days on Earth), written by Stuart Evers and performed by George MacKay.

    Created specifically for Sheffield Doc/Fest with support from Wellcome and in consultation with mental health researchers.

    DOUBLETHINK is free and open every day of the Festival 7-12 June at the Doc/Fest Exchange on Tudor Square.

    Health & Safety

    DOUBLETHINK uses provocative and strong language and visuals, that some audiences may find disturbing. Contains flashing lights that may not be suitable for photosensitive epilepsy. If you feel uncomfortable at anytime, please speak to a member of Doc/Fest staff or a volunteer.

    Not suitable for anyone under the age of 15.

  • DOUBLETHINK

    DOUBLETHINK is an immersive video installation by renowned artists and filmmakers Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard (20,000 Days on Earth), written by Stuart Evers and performed by George MacKay.

    Created specifically for Sheffield Doc/Fest with support from Wellcome and in consultation with mental health researchers.

    DOUBLETHINK is free and open every day of the Festival 7-12 June at the Doc/Fest Exchange on Tudor Square.

    Health & Safety

    DOUBLETHINK uses provocative and strong language and visuals, that some audiences may find disturbing. Contains flashing lights that may not be suitable for photosensitive epilepsy. If you feel uncomfortable at anytime, please speak to a member of Doc/Fest staff or a volunteer.

    Not suitable for anyone under the age of 15.

  • Murat, Selin
    Murat, Selin

    Festival and Industry progammer, Rencontres Internationales Documentaire de Montréal

  • Nagan, Justine
    Nagan, Justine

    Executive Director | Executive Producer, American Documentary | POV

  • An Evening with Mark Cousins: 30 Images in the Dark

    "We have work lives and love lives, but we also have looking lives" Mark Cousins

    Acclaimed filmmaker and author Mark Cousins works to reassess not only how we look at film, but how we can look at the world differently through the image world of a filmmaker. Join Mark for an intimate lecture exploring the aesthetics, politics and emotion of ‘looking’. Using 30 key cultural images, Mark will examine how our ‘looking selves’ develop, the ways that looking has changed through the centuries and explore how our social and cultural surroundings shape what we see.

    The lecture will be followed by a Q&A with Mark.

    The Eyes of Orson Welles directed by Mark Cousins, is screening at the festival.