Giving you our points of view on the latest docs in release and on the circuit.
Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing explore the fight for a press press in Endangered with the stories of journalists reporting and photographing from the front lines.
Michelangelo Frammartino's Il Buco ponders the intangible mysteries of existence as curious
Inspired by Sable Island and its one constant human inhabitant Zoe Lucas,
In Rojek, Zaynê Akyol offers a haunting and poetic interrogation of
Jihad Rehab boasts impressive access with interviews with men at a de-radicalization centre, but has a flawed methodology.
Isabel Castro's Mija tells a new kind of immigration story, narrowing in on the experiences of Mexican immigrant daughters in the USA.
All That Breathes observes the efforts of brothers Saud and Nadeem in India's Wildlife Rescue as they care for black kites and other birds.
Nothing Compares is a vital look at the life and work of Sinead O'Connor, who is too often equated with ripping paper on TV.
The Exiles revisits Christine Choy's documentation of the Tiananmen Square Massacre via a look back with the artist and the activists she filmed.
Riotsville, USA by Sierra Pettengill is a documentation of the past, a roadmap to present unrest, and an ongoing cautionary tale.
Many recent docs have showcased the power of the natural world, but Fire of Love is the fieriest of them all.
Ed Perkins' all-archival documentary about Diana, Princess of Wales, is a thrilling and immersive experience.
The Velvet Queen offers a visually awesome and philosophically rich journey as photographer Vincent Munier and writer Sylvain Tesson search for an elusive snow leopard.
Jessica Kingdon's Ascension is a striking visual essay about the fallacy of dreams and human costs of capitalism.