A gripping tribute to a true American maverick. Samuel Fuller's adventure-filled life encompassed every major turning point in the 20th-century. His body of work is one of the most radical and exhilarating in the history of cinema.

The struggle for women’s rights in Nigeria and the evolution of the pro-democracy movement come together in the story of Hafsat Abiola and her parents. In this epic film Hafsat recounts Nigeria’s bloody recent history.

On February 15th 2003, up to 30 million people demonstrated against the impending Iraq War. We Are Many is the story of the largest global demonstration in human history and how a small band of activists changed the world.

The lead singer of Nirvana and reluctant posterboy of a generation gets his first ever fully authorised documentary feature, blending Kurt Cobain’s personal archive of art, written word, music and never-before-seen home movies.

This intimate, reflection on the life and music of Elliott Smith (1969-2003) brings together his closest confidantes and collaborators to create a fascinating tribute to one of our generation's most gifted songwriters.

ARGERICH

Dir: Stéphanie Argerich

Argerich explores the world of one of our greatest living pianists, Martha Argerich. Seen through the perceptive of her daughter, it sheds light on this famously elusive woman. 

MONK WITH A CAMERA

Dir: Guido Santi & Tina Mascara

Nicky Vreeland, grandson of the famous Vogue editor, gave up everything and moved to India to live as a monk. 28 years later he is forced to return to the world he left behind. 

India’s Daughter investigates the story of the gang rape and murder of medical student Jyoti Singh and why it led to such widespread anger. Examining the values and mind-sets of the rapists as well as society in India more broadly.

MONK WITH A CAMERA

Dir: Guido Santi & Tina Mascara

Nicky Vreeland, grandson of the famous Vogue editor, gave up everything and moved to India to live as a monk. 28 years later he is forced to return to the world he left behind.