Dir: RaMell Ross
A lyrical and poetic observation that won the Special Jury Prize at Sundance 2018.
Now screening daily
Dir: Marcus Lindeen
Anthropologist Santiago Genoves devised an extraordinary experiment to study the root of violence; isolate a load of strangers on a tiny raft at sea for 100 days…
Dir: Gabrielle Brady
Asylum seekers on Christmas Island have been confronted with terrifying choices yet treated like criminals by the Australian immigration system.
Now showing until 24 January
Dir. Julie Cohen & Betsy West
The 107th justice to the United States Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a quietly formidable 84-year-old with a rockstar following.
Now showing until 23 January
Dir. Jimmy Chin & Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi
Climber Alex Honnold embarks on his lifelong dream: to climb El Capitan in Yosemite... without a rope.
Now showing until 22 January
Dir. Tim Wardle
'A powerful, emotional and unforgettable study of family, identity and the devastating manipulation of truth', The List
Dir. Alexandria Bombach
An intimate look at Yazidi genocide survivor and 2018 Nobel Peace Prize Winner Nadia Murad's fights for justice.
Screening from 25 January
Dir: Francesco Patierno
An astonishing and absorbing insight into the rise of the Camorra, AKA the Neapolitan mafia as told by those involved.
Bertha DocHouse, based at Curzon Bloomsbury, is the first cinema dedicated to documentary films and special events.