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.
A new documentary from Boiler Room shines a light on the defiant underground music scene of the Philippines – a country that’s being torn apart by political warfare.
A new documentary unravels the story of American triplets separated at birth – and the dark reason why it happened in the first place.
In 2009, Kholoud Al-Faqih became the first female judge to be appointed to the Shari’a courts in Palestine’s West Bank. A new documentary shares her story.
In Evelyn, a gut-wrenchingly personal new documentary, White Helmets director Orlando von Einsiedel tackles the subject of male suicide.
In his chilling documentary, Of Fathers And Sons, director Talal Derki paints an intimate portrait of life in a modern Jihadi family.
In A Northern Soul, Sean McAllister follows Steve, a factory worker with dreams of rapping and making a difference in his community.
We talk to Kimberley Reed about free speech, fake news and Dark Money – her searing new documentary on America’s corrupt political system.
Filmmaker Roxy Rezvany meets Joong-wha Choi – a former soldier who left behind his home in Pyongyang to make a fresh start in New Malden.
Leon Vitali gave up a promising acting career to serve the vision of his favourite director, swapping glamour and accolades for a gruelling life in the background.
For years, Lauren Greenfield has been using film and photography to shine an unforgiving light on the super-rich, exposing toxic worlds where ‘bling, celebrity, and narcissism’ reign supreme.