Festivals

Sheffield Doc/Fest 2014: Pulp

Sheffield Doc/Fest kicked off on Saturday with the return of local legends Pulp.

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57th BFI London Film Festival: Final Thoughts

After 10 days of the 29 bus, Leicester Square and fast food, the 57th London Film Festival is over. Over the past few days, we’ve laughed and cried, and enjoyed some of the finest films the festival had to offer, and we‘ve got the low down on what films to look out for over the next few months.

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57th BFI London Film Festival Half-Time Report

The 57th BFI London Film Festival kicked off last Wednesday in spectacular fashion with the world premiere of Paul Greengrass’s new film Captain Phillips. With a stellar line-up this year Fohnhouse has had a hard time this week deciding which cinema seat to sink its furry behind into.

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Sheffield Doc/Fest 2013: Final Day

A rather strange end to the festival!

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Sheffield Doc/Fest 2013: Day Four

Day 4 started with ‘From The Godfather to the God Particle’, a talk from renowned editor Walter Murch. Engaging with concepts of fungibility and issues of control for filmmakers, the talk was enlightening and accessible.

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Sheffield Doc/Fest 2013: Day Two

Having reached The Summit in a cavern on day one, Fohnhouse were back on more familiar turf on day two with a plethora of screenings and sessions in the city centre.

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Sheffield Doc/Fest 2013: Day One

Having experienced the sex, docs and rock ‘n’ roll that was last year’s festival, the Fohnhouse Cats are back again this year for some more doc-ing fun as the festival celebrates its twentieth year.

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56th BFI London Film Festival: Half-Time Report

What a week it’s been! The 56th BFI London Film Festival officially kicked off last Wednesday, but due to the array of films we’ve watched, it has been impossible to write a review for every film we’ve seen so far (although we eventually will), so, for now, you can enjoy our ‘wanderful’ half-time report.

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56th BFI London Film Festival: De Rouille et d’Os (Rust and Bone) Premiere

Jacques Audiard’s latest oeuvre tells the tale of a struggling single father who helps a woman regain her strength after a life-changing accident.

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