We've invited curator, moderator and Senior Research Fellow at The Bartlett's Institute for Global Prosperity, Hanna Baumann, to tell us more about creating the upcoming programme Art & the Toxic Politics of Waste.
Let's Get Lost with these illuminating jazz docs, from profiles of the greats to surveys of the genre. Mood? Indigo.
Joe Lee, winner of our last short-docs competition shares his top filmmaking tips. Watch his tutorial vlog, and don't miss to enter our next competitions!
As an introduction to Palestinian nonfiction cinema, in the run up to our event with Mai Masri on 13th Nov, filmmaker Saeed Taji Farouky has compiled this list of docs available online about Palestine and Palestinian people.
How well do we really know our parents? What happens when we start seeing them as individuals with dreams and flaws? What happens when we become parents ourselves? This week's blog is all about fathers and fatherhood.
Looking for documentaries to watch on the lead up to Halloween? We've put together a list of Docs To Watch To Scare Your Socks Off.
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.