Our full screening archive, featuring every documentary we've shown.
A poetic, intimate portrait of life in a crumbling, disused luxury hotel, where survivors of the Abkhaz-Georgian war have lived for the past 30…
BAFTA-winning filmmaker Christopher Morris tells the story of a Cornish field over one climatic year.
When a human rights activist is arrested by UK border police for not handing over his electronic devices, a government surveillance programme is exposed.
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.
Six elderly women recount their past lives as ‘comfort women’ at the mercy of Japanese soldiers during World War II.
Four asylum seekers re-enact their asylum hearings in an unconventional exploration of the immigration process.
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