Ahead of the US elections, DocHouse is providing a space to discuss our big neighbour over the pond through documentaries. Join us for our first Film Club on November 2nd.
Looking for great, compelling, thought-provoking documentaries to watch at home this October (which happens to be 'Black History Month')?
To warm up for our online preview of Beyond the Visible and Q&A with Halina Dyrschka on Wednesday 7th Oct, and to brighten up these grey days, we've selected some of our favourite documentaries about visual artists and their work.
Inspired by all the ways she changed the world, we turn our thoughts to the life and achievements of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died aged 87, on September 18th.
We continue our world tour of standout nonfiction with these independent Chinese documentaries from the last twenty years.
As a collaboration between DocHouse and One World Media, the short documentary screening later this month will showcase four talented female filmmakers, each sharing underreported stories of women from across Africa.
Here's just a few picks of docs we're looking forward to watching or re-watching at this year's online festival.
As children across the UK prepare to start a new school year, we’ve created a short list of documentaries to watch online to better understand the education system and student life from around the globe.
Continuing our deepdives into the documentary culture of countries around the world, this week we're looking at stand-out Soviet and Russian documentaries.
In anticipation of this week's screening of Coup 53, we're looking back at stand-out Iranian documentaries over the last 50 years.
Part 2 of our focus on press freedom features must-watch docs on journalists under threat.
Recognising the vital role of the free press, in this week's list of great docs to watch online we’re focusing on journalists and reporters at work around the world