A new documentary, We’re Still Here, follows activist groups and social housing tenants caught up in London’s rampant social cleansing.
In her new documentary, Bara Jichova Tyson probes the ever-changing relationship between infidelity, sex and marriage.
The ‘hermit’ musician, who has long been loved among industry insiders, has produced and released over 400 albums from inside his bedroom.
Pedro Lemebel was an artist, writer and pioneering figure in Latin America’s LGBTQ movement. Four years after his death, a new film shines a light on his remarkable life.
Siv Wennberg was applauded for her spectacular vocals – but she was rejected after her outspoken nature clashed with the ‘highbrow’ ideals of the industry.
Photographer Seamus Murphy talks through his new film, A Dog Called Money – an intimate portrait of the artist and her creative process.
From standing on the frontlines at Tahrir Square to rallying against the patriarchy, Amal became a revolutionary when she was just a teenager.
A new documentary follows gymnast Margarita Mamun as she trains for the Olympics – exposing a blunt, brutal and abusive preparation regime.
For 25 years, MAVA – a non-profit organisation – has been working with men in India to challenge cultural assumptions about gender, and encourage them to stand up for women.
The Director of Film Programming at the acclaimed documentary festival picks out his highlights from the 2018 lineup.
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In Huck's latest roundup of new documentaries from Sheffield Doc/Fest, we focus on homegrown stories from the UK.