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.
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.
To celebrate its 250th anniversary the Hermitage Museum opened its doors to director Margy Kinmonth for the first time. Revealing life behind the gallery walls with the curators and staff of this most secret of institutions.
Director Oeke Hoogendijk's film follows the ten year renovation of Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum. Carefully balancing a variety of characters, from arguing curators to a caretaker guarding the building as it if it were his own child.
Mountain Spirits focuses on Wang Wen-chih, a Taiwanese artist known for large scale installation pieces made from natural materials such as bamboo, rattan and wood.
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.
A witty, access-all-areas peek into the life of Vienna’s Kunsthistorisches Museum. Director Johannes Holzhausen, who has a background in art history ensures the centuries-old artworks come into their own on screen.
Niels Stokholm is one of the most idealistic farmers in Denmark. But his unique methods for biodynamic farming is under threat, and with it his way of life.