Join us for a Q&A with Jerry Rothwell for this beautifully cinematic examination of what autism feels like.
Shamima Begum and Hoda Muthana made headlines around the world when they travelled to Syria as teenagers to join ISIS. Now they want to return.
In a lab-like space, a young American woman watches videos portraying life in the West Bank city of Hebron. As she talks through her reactions, we see the challenging of innate biases and the workings of empathy play out in real time.
A heart-rending tale of homecoming and loss, Home Address (Ghar Ka Pata) is an autobiographical account of director Madhulika Jalali’s journey to Kashmir in search of her identity.
Narrated by Laurie Anderson, this is the untold story of the female pioneers of electronic music - from Delia Derbyshire to Suzanne Ciani - who transformed the way we produce and listen to music today.