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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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The Meditation Garden: for health, happiness and spiritual wellbeing

Tue. 15 June 2021

Alan Clements is the creator of the Cascades meditation garden near Matlock. Here, he will explore the question: why do we garden? He'll look at our interest in gardening and the satisfaction that we can get from creating a natural sacred space.

Eelyn Lee

An artist and filmmaker, exploring race, identity and ‘othering’, and challenging commonly accepted narratives of past, present and future.

The Reason I Jump

Fri. 18 June 2021 — Thu. 24 June 2021

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An immersive cinematic exploration of neurodiversity, based on the bestselling book by Naoki Higashida. Based on the experiences of nonspeaking autistic people from around the world and descriptions Higashida wrote about his autism when he was 13.

Sheffield Museums Live: Sheffield-Simplex Cars

Wed. 16 June 2021

Find out all about the Sheffield-Simplex car with Sheffield Museums' Head of Historic Engineering, Eddy Foster.