Today marks the 47th anniversary of Earth Day, a celebration of environmental protection and sustainability.
Director Michael Winterbottom explains The Emperor's New Clothes is a fun and empowering wake up call to fight back against growing inequality.
Photographer Roger Ballen shoots vulnerable people on South Africa’s fringes to challenge our ideas of normality and force us to look inside ourselves.
Photographer Jordan Stephens’ discovers the people at the centre of record culture around the world.
Filmmaker Nicolas Heller’s No Your City web series celebrates the city’s larger than life characters, who are being threatened by ongoing gentrification of the Big Apple.
Brett Morgen explains how unprecedented access to the Cobain family archives took him on a powerful journey in search of the real Kurt Cobain.
Director Patricio Henriquez shares the remarkable story behind his documentary Uyghurs, Prisoners of the Absurd.
Wim Wenders on Sebastião Salgado, Jon Stewart’s directorial debut and the animated adventures of the 18 cows Israel declared a threat to national security.
Ukranian director Sergei Loznitsa captures the sacrifice and heroism of Kiev's Maidan uprising against corrupt president Victor Yanukovych.
Huck enters the lives of young people from Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala to find out what kind of American Dream they found once they crossed the border into the States.
Documentary Point and Shoot reveals Matt VanDyke’s incredible 35,000 mile motorbike journey through the Middle East.
Huck takes a look at the 2015 Oscar Nominations for Best Documentary.