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Ocean's 8 sees Danny Ocean's sister Debbie lead a criminal gang as they prepare an audacious heist in this all-female spin-off of the Ocean's trilogy. Once released from prison, she and her partner-in-crime Lou recruit a team of seven skilled thieves who are tired of their regular lives, and convince them to partake in a daring, seemingly impossible deed: to steal a $150 million necklace from a waitress at New York's prestigious Met Gala.
Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat is an archive-led documentary exploring the art scene of 1970s New York and how the culture helped shape Basquiat into the artist he became; Freak Show is a comedic coming-of-age film in which a flamboyant gay teenager moves to the conservative Deep South, and decides to run for Homecoming Queen as a stand against his prejudiced, bullying classmates.
Reportedly Daniel Day-Lewis' final screen performance, Phantom Thread follows high-end dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock as he and his sister Cyril attempt to maintain their high standards at the centre of the fashion and design industry after his new lover, Alma, disrupts their ordered way of living.
The Wound is a South African drama which tells the story of a gay man named Kwanda who returns to his father's rural home village to undergo an initiation ceremony involving a ritual circumcision as part of a longstanding tradition.
Made by three girls from West Sussex, 'Identity' deals with issues of masculinity and male identity in a slick and sensitive manner.
Viewing time 8 mins
Two members of our curation team visited the 25th Doc/Fest in Sheffield to discover some of the best new documentaries to engage young people in topical issues.
Reading time 4 mins
How documentary 'McQueen' uses the remarkable life and work of designer Alexander McQueen to explore wider issues around the price of fame and mental health.
Reading time 6 mins
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