Winner of the top prize at IDFA, Mr. Landsbergis tells an absorbing story of the Luthianuan nation's fight for independence between 1988 and 1993. This epic documentary focuses on music professor Vytautas Landsbergis, who by the will of fate became the first Head of Parliament of Lithuania after it left the Soviet Union.

This revelatory programme of five newly-restored short documentaries is a tribute to the work of pioneering female documentary-makers whose contribution to the genre is widely overlooked, including Ruby and Marion Grierson.

Lancaster

Dir: David Fairhead & Anthony Palmer

Lancaster tells he story of the iconic WW2 bomber through the words of the last surviving crew members, re-mastered archive material and extraordinary aerial footage of the RAF’s last airworthy Lancaster.

A-Ha: The Movie

Dir: Thomas Robsahm & Aslaug Holm

Almost 35 years after their breakthrough, the 'Take On Me' stars are still together and touring the world. This is the full story of how three young Norwegian men chased their impossible dream of making it big.

Brotherhood

Dir: Francesco Montagner

Jabir, Usama and Useir are three young brothers living in the Bosnian countryside. They have grown up in the shadow of their father, a strict Islamist preacher, but when he is sentenced to two years in prison, the brothers are suddenly left alone, and begin to question their father's teaching.

A Sherpa family breaks a taboo and climbs the most holy of mountains to earn money for their son’s education. They accompany a western expedition on East Wall of the Khumbakarna Mountain, a wall that has never been climbed before.

Divas

Dir: Máté Kőrösi

Meet Szani, Tina and Emese, three young women in their early twenties, who have found each other at a 'second chance high school' in Budapest, struggling to complete their studies and build their adult lives.

Self-taught ramen master Masamoto Ueda and his wife Kazuko have run their Tokyo ramen shop, Bizentei for more than 40 years. Scores of devoted customers have joined them in creating an intimate place of community.

Eleven Days In May

Dir: Mohammed Sawwaf & Michael Winterbottom

Over the course of 11 days in May 2021, more than 60 children were killed in Gaza. An act of remembrance, this film tells the story of each child in turn, their lives and their deaths.

Ennio

Dir: Giuseppe Tornatore

A portrait of one of the most popular and prolific film composers of the twentieth century, Ennio: The Maestro celebrates the life and legacy of legendary Italian composer Ennio Morricone.

Shot on location in London & Brighton, Andrew Dominik’s new feature documentary This Much In Know To Be True captures Nick Cave and Warren Ellis’ exceptional creative relationship as they bring to life the songs from their last two studio albums.

Defiant in its tone, Arica tells the story of the aftermath of Swedish mining company Boliden’s decision to dump hazardous toxic waste in the small town of Arica in northern Chile in the 1980s.