Our special preview was followed by a Q&A with legendary photographer and subject of the film, Mick Rock, hosted by Barney Hoskyns.
Here's another chance to see our Q&A with Director Margy Kinmonth, hosted by our very own Elizabeth Wood.
Here's another chance to see the Q&A with director Pamela Yates and producer Paco de Onis as well as special guest, Andrea Ixchíu an indigenous leader, cultural manager, human rights activist and Guatemalan writer.
Watch our producer masterclass with Joanna Natasegara. Joanna is a multi award-winning producer and founder of UK based production company, Violet Films. She produced the BAFTA and Academy Award nominated feature documentary Virunga.
Another chance to see our Q&A with Ken Loach and Louise Osmond following a screening of Louise's new documentary, Versus: The Life and Films of Ken Loach.
Kristof Bilsen discusses his documentary Elephant’s Dream - a portrait about three State-owned institutions and their workers in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Filmmaker Andrea Luka Zimmerman joins Alisa Lebow to discuss the making of her film - an exploration of memory and belonging told through the story of Istanbul’s community of street dogs.
Director Ben Hopkins discusses the making of his ‘ supernatural expressionistic documentary about Istanbul’.
Director Stanley Nelson and official photographer, and member of the Black Panther Party, Mohammed Mubarak discuss this highly anticipated doc.
Director Joe Angio was joined by Mekons co-founder Kevin Lycett and Mekons past and present including Mark White, Andy Corrigan, Susie Honeyman, Robert Worby, Sarah Corina, and Mitch Flacko for a very special Q&A!
A Q&A with director Marc Silver, and Jordan Davis' Father, Ron Davis discuss this powerful story about the devastating effects of racial bias
A year in the life of taboo-busting British artist, Marc Quinn. This fly-on-the-wall documentary delves into the life of one of the UK’s best known and most controversial artists.
This special London Premiere of The Look of Silence was followed by a Q&A with the film's director, Joshua Oppenheimer and main protagonist Adi Ruku
As part of our Best of DocHouse series we bought Sean McAllister's Liberace of Baghdad back to the big screen along with a Q&A with Sean himself.
After a screening of Drone we were joined for a panel discussion by director Tonje Hessen Schei and drone expert Chris Woods (author of Sudden Justice) .. and later a very special guest! Hosted by Jen Robinson, Director of Advocacy at the Bertha Foundation
As part of our Best of DocHouse Series we bought VILLAGE AT THE END OF THE WORLD back to the big screen, followed by a Q&A with Director Sarah Gavron and Co-Director/ Cinematographer David Katznelson.
As part of our BEST OF DOCHOUSE series, renowned director Leonard Retel Helmrich joined us to discuss his 2005 film Shape of the Moon, and his famous 'single shot technique'.
After a special preview screening of the Oscar-winning film, we were joined for a panel discussion by Jimmy Wales, Founder of Wikipedia, Eric King, from Privacy International and chair Jen Robinson, Director of Legal Advocacy at the Bertha Foundation.
Fred Abrahams is one of the founding members of Human Rights Watch's 'E-Team', who feature in Katy Chevigny and Ross Kauffman's documentary. Fred joined us in London for the screening, and this Q&A, hosted by Channel 4's Lindsay Hilsum.
Marc Silver joined to discuss the documentary he made with Gael Garcia Bernal using one man's story to reveal the tragic results of the US war on immigration.
Director Pamela Yates and producer Paco de Onís give an in-depth masterclass on Granito: How to Nail a Dictator, which looks at how Yates' first documentary helped to bring evidence in the trial against Guatemalan ex-dictator Efraín Ríos Montt.
Presenting his work in London for the first time, Emmy award-winning director Alan Berliner discusses his method and unique filmmaking style.
Directors Andy Heathcote & Heike Bachelier, and the Moo Man himself - farmer Stephen Hook - joined us for a post-screening Q&A.
An in-depth masterclass with Joshua Oppenheimer, director of The Act of Killing, in conversation with Penny Woolcock, on the motivations, revelations, method and meaning of this powerful, controversial and boundary-pushing film.
This panel Q&A followed a joint screening at Open City Docs Fest on 21st June 2013, one of many simultaneous screenings around the world to mark Motor Neurone Disease Global Awareness Day.
Acclaimed documentarian Marc Isaacs discusses the making of The Road: A Story of Life and Death.
Find out what made director Sarah Gavron (Brick Lane) pack up and move to Niaqornat in Greenland, one of the remotest places on earth.
Larry Sider and Mary Milton sit down for an in-depth discussion on all things sound in documentary.
Masteclass with Roger Chapman, one of the UK's leading documentary cinematographers, widely recognised for his strength as a classic observational cameraman, but also for his versatility in working across genre, including commercials and television dramas.
DocHouse talks to award-winning director Brian Hill about his experiences filming new doc Welcome To The World.
Perhaps the most renowned partnership in observational documentary filmmaking; editor Ollie Huddleston in conversation with Kim Longinotto.
Masterclass with Claire Ferguson, who has worked with directors across varied backgrounds, from Nick Broomfield's Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer to first time director Adam Wakeling's Up In Smoke (2011) and Rupert Murray's The End of the Line (2009).
Masterclass with David Charap, who has edited docs directed by Marc Isaacs, amongst many others. He brings a unique approach to editing documentary having successfully moved between fiction and documentary during his extensive and varied career.
Post-screening Q&A with Michael Christoffersen as part of our one-day mini-fest RESISTENICA: Focus on Latin America.
There was a good helping of lively debate following the preview of Fredrik Gertten's tale of the corporate might of multinational Dole Food Company vs. an independent documentary filmmaker.
Find out what made director Mike Grigsby return to the lives of three young Texas soldiers forty years on from his critically acclaimed doc I Was A Soldier.
Emad Burnat & Guy Davidi joined us all the way from the West Bank to discuss their uniquely powerful film, 5 Broken Cameras.
We talk to award-winning director Sean McAllister about how he risked his life to tell his story of the Arab Spring.
Director Lelia Doolan joined us to talk about Bernadette Devlin McAliskey.
Legendary Chilean filmmaker Patricio Guzmán joined us in London for this Q&A after the London premiere of Nostalgia for the LIght, interviewed here by online edior of Sight & Sound, Nick Bradshaw.