Must sees at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2019

Don't know where to start in planning your Doc/Fest watch list? We feel you, let us help, here's our rundown of what you shouldn't miss at this year's festival.

1. Apollo 11

A much anticipated documentary displaying archive footage in the build up to the moon landing. Did it really happen or were the conspiracy theorists right?

Showing at The Light - Sunday 9 June at 09:10 (relaxed showing)

2. Women of Steel

A 1984 documentary showcasing the vital role women played in manufacturing in the second world war.

Showing at The Light - Monday 10 June at 19:15 (as part of Focus/Shapes That Move: Operate Heavy Machinery)

3. Films for Rebel Girls: Dream Screens

A collection of feminist short films from Leeds based project Pavillion's Art School for Rebel Girls. A celebration of up and coming local talent.

Showing at The Light - Saturday 8 June at 18:30

4. Solidarity

A documentary where legal students and construction workers look in to the blacklisting of whistleblowers and undercover policing.

Showing at The Light - Saturday 8 June at 11:15 and Sunday 9 June at 11:30

5. Don't be a Dick About it

A heartwarming look in to the relationship of two young brothers and growing up with autism.

Showing at The Light - Sunday 9 June at 09:00

Alex Round

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