Farthing Watch – Preamble

Here at Fohnhouse we’ve been feeling a bit nostalgic recently, and so decided to reunite with Badger, Fox, Moley and the gang for a trip back to Farthing Wood. 80s babies, continue reading for a treat from the wild!

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Takashi Miike’s Black Society Trilogy

A review of the Japanese director’s earlier works examining the effect that the machinations of Asian mafias have on normal people, the police and each other.

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Entretien: Thierry Demaizière et Alban Teurlai

Nous avons rencontrés les réalisateurs du documentaire Relève – un très beau film sur la première saison que Benjamin Millepied a passé en tant que directeur du ballet de l’Opéra de Paris – lors de leur passage à Sheffield Doc/Fest.

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Richie Mehta Interview

The latest in the thematic series which began with Life in a Day, Richie Mehta’s India in a Day received its international premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. We spoke to Mehta at Sheffield Doc/Fest about the project.

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Ian Reddington Interview

One of the highlights of Doc/Fest 2015 for us was Relish: For the People of Sheffield, a short film about Sheffield’s own condiment Henderson’s Relish. We sat down with Sheffield-born actor Ian Reddington to discuss his recent move into filmmaking.

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Benjamin Huguet Interview

A passionate depiction of life on the Faroe Islands, containing graphic footage of traditional whale hunting, Benjamin Huguet’s short film The Archipelago won the award for Best Student Film at 2015’s DocFest. We spoke to Benjamin about the film and his craft.

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Sheffield Doc/Fest 2016 – Round-Up 2

Find out how Martin got on at Sheffield Doc/Fest this year in our final festival round-up…

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Mohamed Jabaly Interview

We caught up with Mohamed Jabaly at Sheffield Doc/Fest to talk about his film, Ambulance.

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Thierry Demaizière and Alban Teurlai Interview

We met with the directors of Reset – a beautiful film detailing Benjamin Millepied’s first season as director of dance at the Paris Opera Ballet – at Sheffield Doc/Fest.

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