Dir. Marco Proserpio
See who the removal of a Banksy painting from the wall that separates Israel and Palestine sparked a global debate about corruption in the art world.
Showing from Fri 19 Apr
Dir. Marjoleine Boonstra
See how one timeless tale has been translated into 300 languages, and is now helping linguists save endangered languages and dialects around the world.
Showing from Fri 19 Apr.
Dir: Talya Tibbon & Joshua Bennett
Follow the journey of a close-knit, resilient Syrian family as they attempt to travel on foot from Greece to Germany after fleeing the war in Aleppo.
Showing from Fri 12 Apr
Dir: Patrick McLennan & Samuel Smith
A visually stunning account of a moving rite of passage for a group of Nepalese children, on the eve of the tragic 2015 earthquake.
Showing from Sat 6 Apr
Dir. Alex Winter
Explore the courageous international journalism that won a Pulitzer Prize for investigating offshore tax havens with this thrilling political documentary.
Showing from Fri 29 Mar
Dir. Andy Dunn
Join us for the UK Premiere of this scintillating doc about the life of one of America's best twentieth-century photographers, and his relationship with his art.
Wed 15 May, 18:30pm
Dir. Janus Metz & Sine Plambech
Follow an unexpected cultural and social interplay, in this thought-provoking documentary about a large community of Thai women taking husbands in a small, rural part of Denmark.
Showing from Fri 26 Apr
Dir: Frederick Wiseman
The veteran master documentarian Frederick Wiseman (Ex Libris) returns with another exquisite observational portrait of a small, rural American town.
Showing from Sun 28 Apr
Bertha DocHouse, based at Curzon Bloomsbury, is the first cinema dedicated to documentary films and special events.