Girls in Film (GiF) is a new creative network for female filmmakers, determined to tackle the lack of diversity in film.
Huck’s latest film comes from Beirut, home to Lebanon’s first Roller Derby team, where a tightknit crew of female pioneers are determined to build something together.
In How To Let Go, Gasland director Josh Fox embarks on a personal journey to overcome his own feeling of powerlessness to stop the escalating pace of environmental destruction.
A chance encounter with a group of reckless kids helped Russian photographer Igor Samolet rekindle his wild youth.
Short documentary explores how Creative Adult’s five members came close to all-out war before completing sophomore album, ‘Fear of Life’.
Photographer and filmmaker Jeremy Relph explores the connections and contradictions between Jamaica’s deep-rooted religious morals and its raucous dancehall culture.
Snowboarders are flocking to a troubled corner of the Himalayas for its perfect powder, creating a culture clash between partying tourists and religious locals desperate for independence.
Paul Refsdal lived alongside Jhabat al-Nusra ‘martyrdom seekers’ in Syria to understand what motivates them in his challenging documentary Dugma: The Button.
In the frozen heartland of Finland, Jaakko Saavalainen’s do-it-yourself skatepark proves anywhere can become a skate utopia - if you’re willing to put in the work.
Situated on the West Bank of Palestinian territory, Qalqilya is a city surrounded by walls. Within this confinement though, SkateQilya is offering a place for a new generation of skateboarders to explore artistic expression.
A short documentary unpicks the deep roots of the Gaza conflict, a human-made disaster driven by Israel’s violent settler-colonial project in Palestine.
The police killing of Mark Duggan sparked the worst riots in modern British history. George Amponsah’s documentary The Hard Stop argues that lessons still haven’t been learned.