It's time to talk about oil. How we extract it, how we use it, and who profits from it. Emma Davie's timely and cinematic new film explores our economic, historical and emotional entanglement with oil by looking at the conflicting imperatives around North Sea oil.

Richard Harris takes centre stage through hours of unheard tapes to tell his story, whilst his sons, led by Jared Harris, explore their life with a famous father. This feature documentary reveals there was much more to Harris than his hellraiser image.

Master Chilean filmmaker Patricio Guzmán sets out on a journey through the the immense mountain range that makes up his country's spine, exploring its mysteries, and powerful revelations of Chile's past and present history.

After the annexation of Crimea in 2014 by Putin, the collection became stateless, and was held in the Allard Pierson Museum in Amsterdam, while a trial was held to decide to which state the artworks belonged. With Russian and Ukrainian parties both claiming the collection as their own, the treasures soon became a tool in a geo-political power struggle, to which the Netherlands unwillingly became a referee.

A network of government-backed farmers is eating into indigenous territory in the Brazilian rainforest, but a local activist and his team are fighting back with a video camera as a weapon.

The Salt of the Earth

Dir: Wim Wenders & Juliano Ribeiro Salgado

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.

This revelatory programme of five newly-restored short documentaries is a tribute to the work of pioneering female documentary-makers whose contribution to the genre is widely overlooked, including Ruby and Marion Grierson.

A Sherpa family breaks a taboo and climbs the most holy of mountains to earn money for their son’s education. They accompany a western expedition on East Wall of the Khumbakarna Mountain, a wall that has never been climbed before.

Shot on location in London & Brighton, Andrew Dominik’s new feature documentary This Much In Know To Be True captures Nick Cave and Warren Ellis’ exceptional creative relationship as they bring to life the songs from their last two studio albums.

Nina Guseva's gripping film follows dauntless lawyer Maria Eismont as she takes on the case of a young political activist arrested for repeatedly joining anti-government demonstrations in Moscow

Tonight's Homework

Dir: Ashkan Nejati & Mehran Nematollahi

30 years after Abbas Kiarostami made Homework, Iranian directors Ashkan Nejati and Mehran Nematollahi take the pulse of contemporary Iran in their charming, clear-sighted partner piece, Tonight's Homework.

Screen Scotland copy: After 40 years of solitude, a spirited elderly hermit opens his life to young female director as he tackles ill health, a declining memory, and questions whether he can live out his last years in the wilderness he calls home.

At the southern edge of the Sahara desert stands The House of Migrants: a safe haven for traveller on their way to Europe, or those returning home. Here, Malian director Ousmane Samassékou meets wayfarers in exile, in transit, or transition, in a captivating meditation on movement, migration and desire to find home.

The Real Charlie Chaplin

Dir: Peter Middleton & James Spinney

A contemporary take on a bona fide icon of cinema, The Real Charlie Chaplin traces the star’s meteoric rise from the slums of Victorian London to the heights of Hollywood superstardom – and fall from grace following The Great Dictator.
 

The Rescue

Dir: Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi & Jimmy Chin

When 12 Thai school boys got trapped in a flooded cave in 2018, the world watched on with baited breath. Now, E. Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin (Free Solo) use never-before-seen footage and first person testimony to recount the dramatic, edge-of-your-seat rescue.