The London Surf / Film Festival has gone from strength to strength over the last five years. With the latest edition starting this week, co-creator Chris Nelson explains how it all began and celebrates its communal spirit.
Dig! and We Live in Public director Ondi Timoner is drawn to visionaries - but why do they keep trying to sabotage her films?
The Ktunaxa First Nation, conservationists and backcountry skiers have joined the fight against the Jumbo Glacier Resort, which threatens an area where the land is wild and skiing is a way of life.
Björk. Sigur Rós. Múm. How has a tiny country like Iceland produced so many incredibly unique artists? Director Stephen Bevan talks about his journey to uncover their secret.
Meet the trampolining twins and the Spartans of Gay Pride who prove there’s no such thing as a “typical rugby player.”
Over two weeks, Adam Patterson travelled with refugees making the harrowing journey across Europe to shoot a powerful new documentary.
Federation X frontman William Badgley talks about his documentary on The Slits and the wild origins of the first all-girl punk band.
Hungarian photographer Tamas Dezso documents life in the ignored villages and post-industrial towns of Hungary and Romania.
National Audio Company were too stubborn to give up on tapes. Now they’re surfing a resurgence of the much-loved analogue format.
DIY documentary series Unplanned America follows three Australian best mates on a riotously funny, make-it-up-as-you-go-along journey through the cultural fringes of the US.
Epicly Palestine’d: The Birth of Skateboarding in the West Bank meets the local skate pioneers helping to build a scene from nothing.
Gardens & Villa announce their new LP Music For Dogs with an arresting mini-doc that asks if we’ve lost our soul to the machines.