The immense beauty of Ireland’s west coast forms the striking backdrop to this year-in-the-life of seaside surf town Lahinch. Filmed with deep affection for the town, Ross Whitaker’s portrait of the community is an uplifting testament to the awesome draw of the surf.
Through previously unissued photographs and archival video, as well as interviews with his friends and partners in crime, Clémentine Deroudille creates a personal and intimate portrait of the life and work of the deeply humanist photographer, her grandfather Robert Doisneau.
In his tiny, one-room school in Brooklyn, Stephen Haff teaches forty kids reading, creative writing and Latin. His classes are free, and offered to the children of Latino immigrant families, creating a much needed haven for kids who are often overlooked to explore their creativity.
In their remote home in the North Atlantic the Faroe Islanders have always eaten what nature could provide, hunting whales and seabirds as a source of food. But with increasing mercury levels entering the food chain, the Faroese are forced to make a choice between their health and their traditional way of life.
Subversive, era-defining and visionary, Vivienne Westwood has been shaking up the fashion world for 40 years. With exclusive, unprecedented access to the queen of fashion herself, Westwood is an intimate and candid portrait of this inimitable British cultural icon.