The International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam has opened its archives, with over 300 films available to stream for free.
Best known for his role in the Bill & Ted films, Winter is now a respected filmmaker tackling technology, politics, culture and society.
In her new documentary, Bara Jichova Tyson probes the ever-changing relationship between infidelity, sex and marriage.
A new documentary offers an intimate portrait of the whistleblower, following her release from a maximum security prison in 2017 to her recent re-incarceration.
Writer Megan Nolan bravely ventures into the latest Netflix Original releases, in an attempt to figure out if anything is worth our time anymore.
Luke Moody, Sheffield Doc/Fest’s Director Of Film Programming, pulls together a list of sharp, smart and touching docs to look out for in the coming months.
From the dark world of digital scrubbing to the psychology of nature vs. nurture, we round up the best documentaries from 2018.
Oliver Wright, Head of Programming at the festival that celebrates “the art of non-fiction”, picks his highlights from this year’s programme.
After 20 years as a documentary filmmaker, Louis Theroux reflects on his transformation from gonzo reporter to compassionate presence.
The Director of Film Programming at the acclaimed documentary festival picks out his highlights from the 2018 lineup.
The rapper discusses fame, high-profile feuding, and MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A – a new, years-in-the-making documentary about her life.
Regrets? Director Nick Broomfield has a few. But each one has helped shape an unrivalled path in gonzo filmmaking. Now the only challenge is to surprise himself.