Last night saw the deeply saddening end of Open City Documentary Festival 2015 for a whole other year. We take a look at the winners who bagged this year's awards...
Last night we kicked off the opening of The Look of Silence at Bertha DocHouse with an extraordinary London Premiere. Here's what everyone said...
Join us this weekend at Curzon Bloomsbury for a very special selection of films from the great John Boorman - we will be complimenting the fiction programme with a very special doc!
The latest companion piece to Joshua Oppenheimer's critically acclaimed film, The Act of Killing, opens Friday 12th June at Bertha DocHouse. The Look of Silence is NOT one to miss.
Opening today (Fri 5th June) and running for a week in the Bertha DocHouse Screen, 1971 is a four star favourite in the press this week.
We are delighted to welcome critically acclaimed editor, Aaron Wickenden for an in-depth masterclass, followed by a one-off screening of his latest film Almost There + Q&A!
Running Saturday 30th May to Thursday 4th June, our latest season reflects a core mission at Bertha DocHouse - bringing you films that are enlightening, adsorbing and beautifully observed - human stories from across the world.
This year we are delighted to play host to Open City Documentary Festival, running 16 - 21st June 2015.
It has been a big week for Open City Documentary Festival and Sheffield Doc/Fest witht the launch of their 2015 programmes...
To mark Mental Health Awareness Month we have selected a very special series of short docs to support our May programme.
Tickets are now on sale for our brand new season of docs - Come along and meet the curators of the world's greatest galleries - Every Sunday and Wednesday in the Bertha DocHouse Screen.
To mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Nazi concentration camps, we present two groundbreaking films over one weekend. Both films will be followed by Q&As and discussion with the filmmakers!