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.
Join us on Tuesday 31 Mar at 7pm for a Netflix Watch Party showing of the Oscar-shortlisted Three Identical Strangers, plus a Zoom director's Q&A at 8:40pm.
A giant of early Hollywood, Buster Keaton was born into physical comedy. The enormous influence of his globally beloved silent films can be seen in the physicality of Tom and Jerry and Simpson cartoons, and the latest Spiderman film.
An early victim of the rock and roll lifestyle, Brian Jones, the founder of the Rolling Stones, burned the candle at both ends until his premature death under murky circumstances at the age of 27.
Through her long and rich writing life Toni Morrison channelled the power of words to transform understanding of the African American experience. In this Sundance favourite, she tells the story of her remarkable life.
There’s a severe lack of government ambulances in Mexico city - so families like the Ochoas have stepped into the breach. At night they scour the streets of the city in their second hand ambulance, coming to the aid of those in need - from whom they have to ask for payment.
Everyone from Tim Burgess to Ariel Pink is singing his praises, but R. Stevie Moore always refused the mainstream and never made it big. Now, in his sixties, with his body not working quite like it used to, he's hitting the road on a world tour. And he's not making it easy for anyone.