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"City of Ghosts," "Unrest" Take Sheffield Doc/Fest Awards

Friday 16 June 2017


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Sheffield Doc/Fest

“City of Ghosts,” “Unrest” take Sheffield Doc/Fest Awards

By Meagan Kashty
June 13, 2017
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SHEFFIELD - City of Ghosts and Unrest; took home top prizes at the annual Sheffield Doc/Fest Awards.

The six-day UK festival, which wraps tomorrow (June 14), handed out awards at a Tuesday evening (June 13) ceremony in Crucible Theatre, hosted by local radio presenter Paulette Edwards.


Jennifer Brea (pictured, right) picked up two awards, including the inaugural Illuminate Award, which explores the screen chemistry between vibrant storytelling and innovative filmmaking inspired by science. Brea was given the Illuminate Award for Unrest and the alternative reality award for Unrest VR.

The doc follows Brea as she tries to make sense of a debilitating, leaden tiredness that took hold of her, leaving many questions unanswered by medical experts. Brea turns to the internet and finds not only that her condition has a name—myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME)—but along with it a supportive community of sufferers.


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