A rare look into the legendary collector’s world: blending the abstract, the colourful, the surreal and the salacious to portray a life that was as complex and unpredictable as the artwork Peggy revered, and the artists she pushed forward.
How did a boy from a small town on Columbia's Caribbean coast go on to become a writer who won the hearts of millions, from the poorest to the most powerful political leaders, and whose works changed our perception of reality?
This powerful film tells the stories of gay men whose lives have been affected by a rising phenomenon; Chemsex. Offering unprecedented access, this new doc is an unflinching journey into the dark underworld of modern, urban gay life.
In April last year, a 14 million ton block of ice killed 16 Sherpas in the worst tragedy ever on Everest. The disaster provoked a drastic reappraisal about the role of Sherpas on the mountain. This film tells their story for the first time.
With unprecedented access to the UN Office for Outer Space Affairs, the military, and experts from leading space agencies, The Visit explores an event that has never in fact occurred - our first encounter with intelligent life from space.
Taking us deep into the dangerous world of commercial fishing via an immersive cinematic experience, Leviathan won wide acclaim for its innovative and unprecedented approach to documentary making.
A creative journey into the mind and motivation of an enigma. Making use of an archive of audio tapes, Brando’s own voice leads us through his life story, guiding us into the padlocked recesses of his own memory, and through the story of his life.
Part observational essay filmed in weapons plants, Fukushima and deep underground—and part graphic novel—Containment weaves between an uneasy present and an imaginative, troubled far future, exploring the idea that over millennia, nothing stays put.
We are delighted to announce British artist Jeremy Deller as the curator of our inaugural DocHost event. Jeremy has chosen Murray Lerner’s portrait of the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival.
Presented by Marc Isaacs. How do you make a film when your government has imposed a 20 year directing ban on you? This clandestine documentary is Iranian director Jafar Panahi’s brilliant and brave answer – filmed whilst under house arrest in Tehran