A chance encounter with a couple at a fayre in Ohio became a story that never ends for documentary photographer Sara Naomi Lewkowicz.
When Adriana Monsalve set out to capture the nuances of albinism, she began to understand her own sense of identity.
Caram Kapp explains why the Arabian Street Artists had to challenge Homeland’s inaccurate and damaging portrayal of the Middle East, War on Terror and the refugee crisis.
The death of 16 Sherpas on Everest in 2014 went almost unnoticed by foreign climbers. But the tragedy helped the long-mistreated Nepalese guides to find their voice.
London-based photography partners Olivia Arthur and Philip Ebeling travelled to some of the wildest parts of the UK to capture an existence far removed from the city.
Documentary Chemsex investigates hard drug use on the UK’s gay scene and the spread of addiction and HIV which is creating a new health emergency.
Documentarian Sean McAllister describes his long journey with a Syrian family during the unfathomable fall of an entire country.
In Huck 51, photographer Valerio Polici revealed his world of underground graffiti. Here are movies and documentaries that celebrate the culture of street art.
Filmmaker Adam Curtis spoke at HAU Berlin about the invisibility of modern power, the failure of progressive politics and how technology is suffocating our humanity.
Paige Alms caught a killer barrel at Jaws, Hawaii this year and surfed her way into history. But she’s just getting started, she told Huck at the UK premiere of her documentary profile The Wave I Ride.
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?