This award-winning doc uses a tapestry of family archive as Firouzeh Khosrovani tells the story of her parents' marriage, before and after the Iranian Revolution.
Max Lowe pays homage to his father, legendary climber Alex Lowe whilst coming to terms with his life, his death and the events that followed.
The district of Yarmouk, Damascus, sheltered the world's biggest Palestinian refugee camp, until the Assad regime began a siege in 2013.
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Nelson Chamisa is challenging the old guard, ZANU-PF, in the country’s first post-Mugabe elections. President is a riveting observational feat filmed over 4 years from inside Chamisa’s campaign.
Consider the life of a Cow. Without romanticising, or explaining, Andrea Arnold follows the daily life of dairy cow Luma, creating a visceral, immersive and profoundly affecting portrait.
A contemporary take on a bona fide icon of cinema, The Real Charlie Chaplin traces the star’s meteoric rise from the slums of Victorian London to the heights of Hollywood superstardom – and fall from grace following The Great Dictator.