In celebration of Love, Cecil’s release, which plays daily from 1st December, here’s a rundown of five great docs about photography.
Marking the release of Dolores, we spotlight four other female political leaders that deserve greater recognition.
Three films that explore the issues surrounding conservation of animals and endangered species coming to DocHouse this November.
Ahead of Griffin Dunne's intimate exploration of America's literary matriarch, Danielle Wood surveys Joan Didion's most celebrated works.
As we look ahead to the release of The Reagan Show this Friday, we're casting a light on original performer-president Ronald Reagan, exploring how his TV approach to politics still resonates today.
With Hot Docs London just a few weeks away we put a series of questions to the Canadian festival's Director of Programming, Shane Smith.
As director Claire Simon observes the famously competitive admissions process at French film school La Fémis, we gen up on some of the most famous names to have graduated from the school.
To celebrate the release of The Lure, we take a closer look at eccentric art dealer Forrest Fenn and his elusive treasure, as well as exploring some of the film's key themes.
To celebrate the release of Tomas’ Leach’s latest documentary The Lure, we’ve arranged a special treasure hunt with our partners so you can join the search.
We spoke with Thai director Sompot Chidgasornpongse about his debut feature Railway Sleepers, which is screening as part of our On the Line season this weekend.
We put five questions to acclaimed director J.P. Sniadecki, whose latest feature, The Iron Ministry, is screening as part of our On the Line season.
We put five questions to Martin DiCicco Director / Cinematographer of the stunning All That Passes By Through A Window That Doesn't Open which is playing this weekend as part of our On the Line season.