With exclusive access to one of New York’s hardest hit hospital systems, Oscar-nominated and Emmy Award–winning director Matthew Heineman spotlights the everyday heroes at the epicentre of COVID-19 as they come together to fight one of the greatest threats the world has ever encountered.

The Jump

Dir: Giedrė Žickytė

In 1970, just off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard, Lithuanian sailor and would-be defector Simas Kudirka jumped off his Soviet vessel aboard a US coast guard cutter, asking for asylum. His leap for freedom set off a chaotic series of events, leading to one of the biggest political muddles during the Cold War.

London Migration Film Festival 2021: Aboard the Carlingford Ferry, crossing between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, Four Seasons in a Day explores the concept of identity and community, and local opinions on the role of the border in uncertain times.

Quant

Dir: Sadie Frost

Quant takes an inside look at one of Britain’s most renowned cultural figures. Dame Mary Quant paved the way for female empowerment through her innovative, affordable, and accessible designs that perfectly embodied women’s new- found freedom during the ‘swinging sixties’, shaping a new generation.

Six survivors of childhood sexual abuse by Catholic priests become a makeshift family as they collaborate on a transformative process of drama therapy, in this powerful new film by director Robert Greene.

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.

An inside look at the life of Jacques-Yves Cousteau, whose iconic films made him the 20th century’s most unique and renowned environmental voice — and the man who inspired generations to protect the Earth.

Vivienne Dick's new film is an intimate and philosophical documentary that contrasts the concerns of present day living in New York with the bohemian wildness of the city in the late 70s, reflected through the lives of artists, musicians and friends of the filmmaker.

THE DANCE follows the staging of a new international dance and theatre work (MÁM) by the acclaimed choreographer Michael Keegan-Dolan from the first day of rehearsal to the opening night performance.

LKFF 2021: Sewing Sisters

Dir: Lee Hyukrae & Kim Jungyoung

London Korean Film Festival 2021In the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s, many young women flocked from the countryside to Seoul seeking work in the burgeoning garment industry and at the sewing factories of Pyeonghwa Market...

A Cop Movie

Dir: Alonso Ruizpalacios

In this thoroughly original and unpredictable documentary, Alonso Ruizpalacios takes us deep into the Mexican police force and the human experience of police work within a dysfunctional system.

A warm and generous portrait of a Welsh male voice choir with an average age of 74, Men Who Sing follows the filmmaker's father, Ed, and the gang as they set out to compete for the first time in twenty years.

In the provocative new film by Dutch artist Renzo Martens, a co-op of Congolese workers disrupt the established flow of wealth in the art world, establishing a gallery space and attempting to buy back the land confiscated from them by Unilever.