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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

A Conversation with Werner Herzog

One of the greatest filmmakers of all time finally made it to Sheffield for Doc/Fest 2019.

The man who ate his own shoe after losing a bet to Errol Morris, the man who was shot whilst being interviewed by Mark Kermode, the man who has made countless features and documentaries exploring man’s eternal struggle against nature. If you missed the chance to hear that unmistakable voice in person, you can now enjoy it in the video below.

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Dr Jawad Shah: What can Practitioners Learn from the Narratives of Young Refugees?

Post-migration narratives of young refugees living in the UK. Dr Jawad Shah discusses his research, aimed at empowering people to embrace their interpretations of their journey and resettlement. Themes include language, racism and the role of family.

Sheffield Modern: In C

Terry Riley's minimalist masterpiece performed from within the Arts Tower's paternoster lift. Revolutionary music in a revolving setting.

CMC Keynote Panel: Black Lives Matter

The opening keynote panel for Children's Media Conference 2020 considers the implications of the worldwide movement for change on the children’s media audience and industry.

Picturing Sheffield Gallery

Weston Park Museum's Picturing Sheffield brings together local scenes and views of the city from the past 250 years. These accompanying videos delve into the practices of four of its artists: Emilie Taylor, Pete McKee, David Hepher, and Pete Clarke.