Past Screenings & Events 2018 | DocHouse

FREE SOLO

Dir: Jimmy Chin & Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi

A stunning, intimate and unflinching portrait of free soloist climber Alex Honnold, as he prepares for his lifelong dream: to climb El Capitan in Yosemite National Park... without a rope.

MCQUEEN

Dir: Ian Bonhôte & Peter Ettedgui

McQueen is an electric and engrossing documentary that is both rich with footage from his most famous catwalk shows and a sensitive portrait of the soul behind the stitch.

Bill Murray is a living urban legend. With endless stories popping up across the globe about mysterious appearances at house parties, photo-bombings and pranks in public toilets, director Tommy Avallone goes on a mission to track down the elusive man behind the myth.

306 HOLLYWOOD

Dir: Elan Bogarín & Jonathan Bogarín

When their beloved grandmother Annette dies, siblings Jonathan and Elan set to work transforming her home at 306 Hollywood Avenue into an archaeological dig through their memories of her.

BECOMING ANIMAL + Q&A

Dir: Emma Davie & Peter Mettler

A moose sits chewing in the snowy woods, sunlight shimmers on a buffalo, steam rolls over a spectacular geyser. In sublime landscapes, philosopher David Abram questions the connection between humans and nature.

The Falklands War was a particularly brutal conflict. Uniting British and Argentinian veterans in an experimental set of staged sequences, director Lola Arias reawakens memories and unsettled hostilities.

Three courageous young revolutionaries in Kinshasa –  the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo – are at the heart of this tense, dynamic film by Congolese director Dieudo Hamadi. Hamadi’s perceptive film reflects the complex layers of their struggle.

SO HELP ME GOD

Dir: Jean Libon & Yves Hinant

Anne Gruwez is a Brussels-based judge with a lot of character. She faces her defendants with a steely confidence and lays down the law with a light-hearted, no-nonsense force, and a nonchalance for the macabre.

EVELYN + Q&A

Dir: Orlando von Einsiedel

Director Orlando von Einsiedel turns the camera on himself in this deeply personal film, as he and his siblings embark on a journey in remembrance of their brother, Evelyn, who took his own life over a decade ago.