In the run up to our Editing Masterclass with David Charap (Thursday 29 April), we’re recognising some of the most important, innovative and acclaimed documentary editors of the last few decades.
We continue to showcase the myriad styles and uses of animation in non-fiction, this week with a selection of excellent shorts.
Whet your appetite for our upcoming Uri Kranot workshop with this list of some of our favourite feature-length animated documentaries.
We're celebrating six years of brilliant documentary screenings by picking out a few of our best. Happy Birthday Bertha DocHouse, and thanks to every one of you!
Warm up for Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliche by conjuring up the new world of Punk that Poly Styrene and X-Ray Spex exploded into.
This week we're handing over the DocHouse blog to our partners One World Media, to let you know more about the films and directors in the upcoming OWM Presents: Fresh Perspectives + Q&A.
It is now almost a year since we last screened a documentary in the Bertha DocHouse Cinema. Like everyone else, our future is dependent on factors outside our control, but I want to share with you this update on our situation and the forward plan.
We've picked out a selection of docs and events we're looking forward to from this year's RAI Film Festival, 19 - 28 March, online.
Dig deeper into the work of the five directors in our 'Women Shaking Up Docs' session, with our run down of their work to date and where to watch it.
This week, we're looking at stories of closed communities, sects and cults, and different ways that filmmakers have found to tell their stories.
As Valentine's Day is nearly upon us, we've tuned into our inner romantics and put together this selection of documentaries on the nature of love and relationships. So whatever kind of night in you're having, here's the perfect docs to go with it.
Carol Nahra interviews African Apocalypse director Rob Lemkin on the journey that led him to poet/activist Femi Nylander, and the jouney they took together across West Africa.