Skating in Cuba is still a huge challenge that requires dedication and hustle. Meet the female skaters pushing through obstacles even bigger than for their male counterparts.
Documentary Speed Sisters reveals the story of the Middle East’s first female racing team. Huck speaks to director Amber Fares and team manager Maysoon Jayyusi.
Pro surfers Keith, Dan and Chris Malloy would never have become the intrepid explorers they are today without their father leading them into the wild.
Anti-terror raids put Brussels at the centre of Europe’s debate on radicalisation. But at Les Ursulines skatepark kids from all backgrounds skate together in peace.
A new documentary looks at the dangerous, and often overlooked, role Sherpas play in helping wealthy western climbers conquer Everest.
Raja Danapat is India's self-proclaimed “twin brother” of Elvis. Now 75, he lives his life following the guiding light of the late Elvis Presley.
The Gramercy Typewriter Company has kept NYC dancing on the keys since 1932. With a third generation at the helm, they have no plans to slow down.
Reggae wouldn’t be reggae without Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry – unsung hero, wild preacher, original Rastaman.
Hiking for Emails tells the story of Mahabir Pun, a Nepalese man who trekked two days to check his emails before embarking on a quest to bring the web to his remote community.
Catch a first glimpse at some of the best documentaries coming out this year.
Huck editor Andrea Kurland catches up with great American documentarian Alec Soth about his impressive, constantly changing career, during his first UK retrospective at the Science Museum, London.
Ukrainian photographer Anastasia Vlasova cut her teeth on the frontlines, covering her first protest when she was just seventeen. At twenty-two, she’s witnessed a revolution and the grief of war. But it’s the people she met - and loved - along the way that taught her the lesson of a lifetime.