Sheffield Doc/Fest 2020 reviews; documentaries report calls for 50% UK tax relief

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Doc/Fest reviews

 

'Influence': Sheffield Doc/Fest Review

 

'Your Mother's Comfort': Sheffield Doc/Fest Review

 

'Antonio & Piti': Sheffield Doc/Fest Review

 

'Universe': Sheffield Doc/Fest Review

 

'The Art Of Living In Danger': Sheffield Doc/Fest Review

 

'Me And The Cult Leader': Sheffield Doc/Fest Review

 

'Southern Journey' (Revisited): Sheffield Doc/Fest

 

'Remnants Of A Revolution': Sheffield Doc/Fest Review

 

'To See You Again': Sheffield Doc/Fest Review

 

'Film About A Father Who': Sheffield Doc/Fest Review

 

'Faith And Branko': Sheffield Doc/Fest Review

 

'The Filmmaker's House': Sheffield Doc/Fest Review

 

'Where's Edson?': Sheffield Doc/Fest Review

 

'Our Land, Our Altar': Sheffield Doc/Fest Review

Doc/Fest

 

Report calls for UK film tax relief of 50% for documentaries

By Wendy Mitchell

Study suggests BFI should ringfence 25% of Lottery funding for documentaries.

 

Sheffield Doc/Fest unveils virtual line-up, supports Black Lives Matter

By

Festival reveals virtual plans due to Covid-19 and takes a stand for the Black Lives Matter movement.

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