Due to the latest developments of the COVID-19 we've closed our screeen. But there is plenty for you to discover online and be a part of the DocHouse community.
Stay safe and well! See you soon again in person.
We might be closed now but we're adapting and taking things online.
Have a look on what we are doing now and what's coming up in the following weeks!
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Check out our past filmmaker Q&As and panel discussions. Join our digital space all about growing your knowledge of docs and induldging in your non-fiction enthusiasm.
Into filmmaking? Curious how docs are made? Then vast selections of Masterclasses on out Online Hub is the right place to be! From Joshua Oppenheimer, Kim Longinotto giving advice on editing, sound, camera, producing and more.
Asking yourself what to watch next? Our blog posts are full of recommendations on what to watch next.
And if you fancy long reads, interviews or doc insights you'll find what you were looking for.
If your craving to watch docs online we've put together a list of sites and streaming portals which offer documentaries online. Enjoy!
We're doing our best to provide you with a communal cinema experience at home. So let's all watch docs together - online! Tune in once a week and let's have an online discussion afterwards.
We'll annouce our plans soon.
A CREATIVE RESPONSE TO SELF-ISOLATION
Feeling creative? Send us non-fiction shorts, reviews or articles that are made in, and respond to, the lived experiences of self-isolation. The winner will receive a £50 prize, and a chance to have their work promoted to a wider audience.
Bertha DocHouse, based at Curzon Bloomsbury, is the first cinema dedicated to documentary films and special events.