This week, documentary film curator, Katy McGahan offered a list of short docs that inventively use archive material, and they’re all available to watch online. So we invite you to read this, and get inspired!
Marking this year's Refugee Week, we've put together a list of docs to help understand the devastating journeys many are having to undertake to reach safety.
We're thrilled to announce that a new 'DocHouse Curates' collection on the Curzon Home Cinema streaming platform! We love all the docs in this collection and we hope you do too!
Focussing on race and racism in the UK, these docs to watch online cover recent events in British history, exploring stories behind the headlines.
Find out what's on-line in June and join us for discussions and Q&As, listen to our newest episodes of DocHouse Conversations or take part in our filmmaking competition.
We're listening and we're learning. We're looking for tools to help us to understand. These documentaries address civil rights, history and racism in the US and the UK. These are our starting point.
Here’s to the NHS workers, teachers, rubbish collectors, postal workers, delivery drivers and many more, who have been supplying our families with much-needed love and care, and endless amounts of deliveries.
The DocHouse vaults. A treasure trove of fascinating masterclasses, interesting anecdotes, thoughtful advice and inspiring ideas.
As a new film on the Danish documentary innovator explains his singular career in his own words, find about more about his work and where you find it online.
Enjoy some filmic inspiration with these excellent archive-rich recommended docs to watch online.
Our next podcast episode will feature a panel of filmmakers whose docs were all at different stages when the world went into lockdown. Get the low down on the panel and their films before the episode is released next week.
As we continue to spotlight docs that address mental health, here's a selection of short films to watch online.