If you ever need to be reminded about how powerful the human need to be part of a community is, look no further than the Fandom documentary. Here are five docs to watch online about die hard music superfans.
Open City Documentary Festival have delved into their old programmes and created a list of every short, mid or feature-length film that is available to watch online. We love a good list, so we’ve selected a group of docs from their diverse programme for every mood.
Brush up on the work of filmmaker Daisy Asquith with this profile and you'll be ready for the 3rd edition of the DocHouse Conversations podcast, out next week.
This is a list of docs to watch online for all those people who, like us, have found themselves missing the thronging streets this week. Missing the youthful energy of London coming into bloom. Missing the crowded cinemas, the pubs, the restaurants and the bookshops - all filled with friends, ideas and languages from every corner of the globe.
Welcome to DocHouse Conversations: Bringing you thought-provoking discussions from the documentary world.
In anticipation of our Hail Satan? watch party, this one goes out to the outsiders, the rabble rousers and the rebels with a cause.
Our next Filmmaker Spotlight is all about Academy Award-winning filmmaker Orlando von Einsiedel.
When school “resumes” after the Easter break, and you’re desperate for home learning projects, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a list of six short global documentaries which you can turn into a home learning session, and help your child see outside of their lockdown world.
From the High Himyalas of Nepal to the Utah Desert we hope this selection of recommended docs to watch online will satisfy your wanderlust cravings, as well as keep you utterly hooked and entertained!
While our cinema is closed we've been working on different ways to bring our documentary community together. Discover what's new and what's on-line.
While we’re isolating at home, with a constant Covid-19 news stream and a lot of fear and uncertainty, we have been turning our minds to the brilliant documentaries that use humour to reveal their subjects and to entertain.
Ahead of the release of his new documentary The Whalebone Box Jason Wood interviews director Andrew Kotting. Join DocHouse for the Q&A on Friday 3rd April!