Director of Prison and The Tribe discusses his career and the films that shaped his craft.
Talks, panels and debates with directors, producers, journalists, artists, editors, musicians, campaigners, distributors, influencers, screenwriters, politicians, designers, curators, commissioners, archivists, activists, authors, historians, presenters, anthropologists, cinematographers, vloggers, a slumflower, a blockbuster, a cosmic archaeologist, and a Strictly winner,... to inform, challenge and inspire. See the programme of talks here
Channel 4 Interview: Paddy Wivell
Talks Highlights at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2019
Our Talks programme this year encompass the full spectrum of the documentary world - conversations with exciting emerging filmmakers, world renowned directors and popular talent.
Michael Dapaah aka Big Shaq talks….
Comedian, rapper and all-round sensation Michael Dapaah, talked Big Shaq and SWIL
BAFTA Masterclass: Asif Kapadia
The award-winning director of Amy and Senna discussed his new film Diego Maradona and shared stories and insights from his career to date.
Bush, Boobs and Body Positivity with The Slumflower
Chidera Eggerue, aka The Slumflower, discussed body positivity and her exciting new documentary with Channel 4.
Jenn Nkiru talks Film, Art & Cosmic Archeology
Rising visionary director Jenn Nkiru (Black to Techno) joined Boiler Room’s Amar Ediriwira for an on-stage discussion on Sunday 9 June 2019.
In Conversation with Werner Herzog
One of the greatest living filmmakers, who battled Klaus Kinski on the set of Aguirre, Wrath of God, dragged a ship over a hill for Fitzcarraldo and famously ate his own shoe on film after a losing bet, joined us to discuss his acclaimed career.
The Craft Summit presented by Documentary Campus
The Craft Summit presented by Documentary Campus will shine a spotlight on the creative minds behind the most thought-provoking nonfiction films.
The BBC Interview: Stacey Dooley
Doc/Fest were delighted to welcome back Stacey Dooley, presenter, author and investigative journalist, for this 2019's BBC Interview.
Rodney P talks Bass, Beats & Docs at Doc/Fest 2019
The "Godfather of British hip-hop" spoke about his thirty years in the business.
Paul Greengrass in Conversation
Director Paul Greengrass joined journalist, broadcaster and curator Danny Leigh to discuss his work and the need to make the film industry accessible to talent from working class backgrounds.
Everyday of the festival the Exchange hosts a range of in conversations, panel discussions and special screenings inspired by films and immersive and interactive projects from across the Doc/Fest programme.