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Ethel And Ernest

'Ethel & Ernest': London Review

Dir. Roger Mainwood. UK/Luxembourg, 2016, 94 minutes

Shaun The Sheep Movie

Shaun The Sheep Movie

Dirs/scr: Mark Burton, Richard Starzak. UK. 2015. 85mins

Song Of The Sea

Dir: Tomm Moore. Ireland-Luxembourg-Belgium-France-Denmark. 2014. 93mins

Postman Pat The Movie

Postman Pat The Movie

Dir: Mike Disa. UK. 2014. 87mins

Moshi Monsters: The Movie

Moshi Monsters: The Movie

Dir: Wip Vernooij. UK. 2013. 81mins

Moon Man

Moon Man

Dir: Stephen Schesch. Germany-Ireland-France. 2012.  92mins


A Liar's Autobiography

Dirs: Ben Timlett, Bill Jones, Jeff Simpson. UK. 2012. 82mins


The Pirates! In An Adventure With Scientists

Dir: Peter Lord. UK-US. 2012. 88mins


Arthur Christmas

Dir: Sarah Smith. UK-US. 2011. 97mins

Santa’s Apprentice

Santa’s Apprentice

Dir: Luc Vinciguerra. France-Australia-Ireland. 2010. 80mins


'Williams': Review

An in-depth and honest look at the Formula One icon from director Morgan Matthews

Even When I Fall

'Even When I Fall': Sheffield Review

The shocking story behind Nepal’s first circus is turned into a thoughtful and wide-ranging documentary


'Brexitannia': Sheffield Review

Why did Great Britain vote to leave the EU? Timothy George Kelly’s doc explores the wider issues behind the shock move.


'Queerama': Sheffield Review

Opening Sheffield Doc/Fest, Daisy Asquith looks at a century of gay life in the United Kingdom

Sea Sorrow

'Sea Sorrow': Cannes Review

Vanessa Redgrave delivers a thoughtful documentary on the global refugee crisis

Forbidden Games

'Forbidden Games: The Justin Fashanu Story' - Hot Docs Review

The tragic story of the late footballer Jusin Fashanu and his sibling John recalls a homophobic, racist Britain of the 1980s


'Elián’: Hot Docs Review

The five year-old boy found floating in the Florida Straits in 1999 tells his side of the story

Whitney Houston

Whitney 'Can I Be Me': Tribeca Review

It may be unauthorised, but Nick Broomfield’s story of a beautiful diva’s descent into drugs is certainly respectful

The Last Animals

'The Last Animals': Tribeca Review

A former war photographer tracks the shameful ivory trade in a galvanising documentary which is a potent mix of film and message

Walk With Me

'Walk With Me': Review

Benedict Cumberbatch narrates this unusual documentary about a spiritual retreat in France under the guidance of renowned Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh

The Farthest

'The Farthest': Dublin Review

Emer Reynolds tracks the Voyager interstellar mission in a cathartic and moving documentary


'Trophy': Sundance Review

Dir. Shaul Schwarz. US/UK, 2017. 108 min

The Workers Cup

'The Workers Cup': Sundance Review

Dir. Adam Sobel. United Kingdom, 2017, 92 mins

In Loco Parentis

'In Loco Parentis (Family Life)': IDFA Review

Dir. Neasa Ni Chianain. Ireland/Spain, 2016, 99 mins.

George Best: All By Himself

'George Best: All By Himself': Review

Dir. Daniel Gordon. UK, 2016, 90 mins.

On The Road

'On The Road': London Review

Dir. Michael Winterbottom. UK, 2016, 120 mins

Nick Cave One More Time With Feeling

'One More Time With Feeling': Venice Review

Dir: Andrew Dominik. UK, 2016, 112 mins

Versus the Life and Films of Ken Loach

'Versus: The Life And Films of Ken Loach': Review

Dir. Louise Osmond. UK, 2016, 93 mins.

Julian Assange in Risk

'Risk': Cannes Review

Dir: Laura Poitras. Germany/US, 2016, 84 mins.

'Antonia Bird: From EastEnders To Hollywood': Review

Dir/ed/cine:  Susan Kemp. UK. 2016. 90mins

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