We invite our very talented community to share their creative responses to the lived experience of self-isolation caused by COVID-19. Entries can include short docs and docu-dramas, but it must contain archive material.
Bertha DocHouse and the High Commission of Canada in the UK present this powerful & inspiring film about the hardships of refugees to mark Refugee Week and World Refugee Day.
For thirty years, Marion Stokes secretly video-taped everything on TV, twenty-four hours a day. She witnessed the emergence of the 24-hour news cycle, which burgeoned across the channels and transformed the way we receive - and dispose of - news.
Join us for an online Q&A with one of the UK's most interesting documentary artists, as he presents his film on a small Thai town where native cultures collide with the demands of capitalistic tourism.
As part of filmmaking series we're running with archive specialists, London's Screen Archive's David Whorlow will speak to Raindance Film Festival about his best advice for filmmakers wanting to make an archive doc.
Dr. Shane O'Sullivan joined us on Thursday the 21st of May for a workshop on archive filmmaking.
Academy Award winner Alex Gibney exposes the increasing power of the corporate elite over Washington and gets to grips with who really runs American politics.
Moving back and forth between the personal and the political, filmmaker Mila Turajlic turns her mother's life story into a portrait of Belgrade following the turbulent break up of the former Yugoslavia.
A group of Satanists from Salem are rocking religious and political institutions with their demands for equal rights, and also leading the way with compassion, empathy and community care.
In this time of physical distancing, DocHouse and the Royal Anthropological Insititute (RAI) Film Fest team up to celebrate the social worlds that exist in virtual space.