"Patricio Guzmán’s The Pearl Button elevates documentary to art." - Vogue
Gospel / soul music legend and civil rights icon Mavis Staples has been thrilling her fans for over 60 years, performing with her family as The Staple Singers, and later as a solo artist. Mavis! tells her story and captures her irrepressible zest for music, performing and life.
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.
An essential history of the Black Panther movement that paved the way for a new revolutionary culture in America. Stanley Nelson takes us through the groups turbulent life...
On November 23rd 2012 Jordan Davis and his friends pulled into a gas station. 3 ½ minutes later, ten shots rang out. 3 1⁄2 Minutes, Ten Bullets reconstructs what happened...
Comrades and lovers Amer and Raghda met in a Syrian prison cell 15 years ago. Maverick director Sean McAllister met the family in 2009, and over five years, charts their incredible odyssey to political freedom.
Directors Roger Graef and James Rogan follow the Monty Pythons as they prepare for their first live performances in over 30 years, through rehearsals and up to the big day.
For the last 40 years acclaimed photographer Sebastião Salgado has travelled the world, tracing the footsteps of an ever-changing humanity. His moving work and inspirational life are revealed to us in this new documentary.
Going Clear is a provocative tale of ego, exploitation and lust for power. Director Alex Gibney profiles eight former Scientology members, shining a light on how the church cultivates its true believers and detailing their experiences.
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.
The deeply disturbing story of 22 Uyghur men who escaped persecution in their homeland only to be sold, imprisoned and tortured at the hands of the Americans.
In Bacau, Romania, Georgiana Halmac will be 15 this winter and at this precarious age she must become the carer for her six siblings. Her stoicism and humour is a lesson in survival.