This year, Mental Health Awareness Week feels more important than ever. Discover our list of docs addressing different aspects of mental health.
From the technical elements of editing and shooting, to the personal motivation behind the stories being told, we've delved into our online hub to pick five moments from our recorded Q&As that provide advice on making non-fiction films.
As we brace for news of a continuing lockdown, here's what you can expect to find online from Bertha DocHouse during the month of May...
Cats, dogs, sheep, cows, whales... these seven docs in the animal kingdom put our friends on four paws/hooves (um fins?) centrestage.
Filmmakers get personal turning the camera on themselves in this selection of docs to watch online.
In the run up to the release of the next DocHouse Conversations podcast, brush up on the work of British doc maker Dan Reed, director of Leaving Neverland.
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.