Our full screening archive, featuring every documentary we've shown.
Two New Delhi brothers race to save a casualty of the turbulent times: the black kite, a majestic bird of prey.
Jewish Britain on Film chronicles extraordinary -and some wonderfully ordinary- scenes of 20th Century Jewish life, unearthed by film archives across the nation.
Terra Femme weaves together questions of mobility, the gaze, and early female filmmaking, in a film essay about past worlds and cinematic excavation.
Nick Broomfield's latest film uncovers the true story and legacy of Brian Jones, the founder and the lost creative genius of The Rolling Stones.
Following the stories of the stones, rocks and peaks of a vast mountain landscape. A minimalist, black and white cinematic odyssey.
An illuminating portrait of Korean artist Nam June Paik, the "Godfather of Video Art".
The unlikely story of Glaswegian visual artist, Stephen Skrynka, and his dangerous life-long obsession with riding the ‘Wall of Death’.
In this compelling cine-essay, Nina Menkes takes us through the history of the male gaze in cinema.
A group of trans women - Le Favolose - reunite after 20 years to fulfill the last wishes of their deceased friend, Antonia.
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