Our full screening archive, featuring every documentary we've shown.
In this world of hyper-content creation, how do you get noticed? How do the stories that matter get seen?
BAFTA-winning filmmaker Christopher Morris tells the story of a Cornish field over one climatic year.
Real life and fiction blur in this heartfelt, award-winning fusion of animation and documentary filmmaking.
When a human rights activist is arrested by UK border police for not handing over his electronic devices, a government surveillance programme is exposed.
With youth violence in London on the rise, a group of young people ride through the streets under the slogan ‘Knives Down, Bikes Up’.
On February 15th 2003, up to 30 million people demonstrated against the impending Iraq War.
This observational documentary transitions from the safety of a small lecture hall to the streets in the height of the #EndSARS movement.
Léa Morin joins us for a performance lecture tracing the missing films of Moroccan filmmaker Karim Idriss
Recently discovered archive footage is used to piece together the trial of nine high-ranking military representatives following the collapse of the Argentinian dictatorship.
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