• I Am Belmaya Poster

    I Am Belmaya

    I Am Belmaya Poster

    I Am Belmaya

    A revolutionary tale of a young Nepali woman's determination to challenge social norms and transcend the life she was born into, through documentary filmmaking.
  • The Story of Looking Poster

    The Story of Looking

    The Story of Looking Poster

    The Story of Looking

    As he prepares for surgery to restore his vision, Mark Cousins explores the role that visual experience plays in our individual and collective lives. In a deeply personal meditation on the power of looking in his own life, he guides us through the riches of the visible world, a kaleidoscope of extraordinary imagery across cultures and eras. At a time when we are more assailed by images than ever, he reveals how looking makes us who we are, lying at the heart of the human experience, empathy, discovery and thought. He shares the pleasure and pain of seeing the world, in all its complexity and contradiction, with eyes wide open. As the Covid-19 pandemic brings another dramatic shift of perspective, he reaches out to the other lookers for their vision from lockdown, and travels to the future to consider how his looking life will continue to develop until the very end.

  • Cow Poster

    Cow

    Cow Poster

    Cow

    A close-up portrait of the daily lives of two cows.
  • Bank Job Poster

    Bank Job

    Bank Job Poster

    Bank Job

    Follows a community coming together to make their own currency, opening a bank in order to examine how money and debt is created in our economy and to ask important questions about how the system of money creation might be altered in their favour.

  • Rebel Dykes Poster

    Rebel Dykes

    Rebel Dykes Poster

    Rebel Dykes

    A heady, energised mash-up of animation, unseen archive footage and interviews, Rebel Dykes provides an intimate insight into the politically charged, artistically radical subculture in 1980s London, and the individuals who helped shape and change their world. Bringing together BDSM nightclubs, inclusive, sex-positive feminism, DIY zine culture, post-punk musicians and artists, squatters, activists and sex workers, these rebel dykes went out onto the streets to make their voices heard. [Feature length version of 2016 short of the same name.]

  • Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliché Poster

    Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliché

    Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliché Poster

    Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliché

    She introduced the world to a new sound of rebellion, using her unconventional voice to sing about identity, consumerism, postmodernism, and everything she saw unfolding in late 1970s Britain, with a rare prescience. As the frontwoman of X-Ray Spex, the Anglo-Somali punk musician was also a key inspiration for the riot grrrl and Afropunk movements. But the late punk maverick didn't just leave behind an immense cultural footprint.
  • Misha and the Wolves Poster

    Misha and the Wolves

    Misha and the Wolves Poster

    Misha and the Wolves

    MISHA AND THE WOLVES is the dramatic tale of a woman whose Holocaust memoir took the world by storm, before a fallout with her publisher - who turned detective - revealed an audacious deception created to hide a darker truth.
  • Finding Jack Charlton Poster

    Finding Jack Charlton

    Finding Jack Charlton Poster

    Finding Jack Charlton

    The definitive portrait of an extraordinary man; an English World Cup winning legend, who became an Irish hero. The documentary features key characters from throughout Jack's career, including major figures in football, music, film, politics, and, for the first time, Jack's family. These personal perspectives, along with previously unseen archive, are an intimate window into Jack's charismatic personality, his managerial philosophy and offer a new level of understanding into finding Jack Charlton.
  • El Father Plays Himself Poster

    El Father Plays Himself

    El Father Plays Himself Poster

    El Father Plays Himself

    A young film director returns to Venezuela, inspired to make a film based on his father's life in the Amazon jungle (La Fortaleza, Jorge Thielen Armand). He casts Father to play himself. What starts as an act of love and ambition — filmmaking to more deeply understand the self, and the other — spirals into a process which confronts Father’s struggles with addiction and his life devoid of his son. EL FATHER PLAYS HIMSELF holds a steady lens to the way the act of cinema unearths, binds, heals and destroys.

  • Sisters with Transistors Poster

    Sisters with Transistors

    Sisters with Transistors Poster

    Sisters with Transistors

    SISTERS WITH TRANSISTORS is the remarkable untold story of electronic music's female pioneers, composers who embraced machines and their liberating technologies to utterly transform how we produce and listen to music today. The film maps a new history of electronic music through the visionary women whose radical experimentations with machines redefined the boundaries of music, including Clara Rockmore, Daphne Oram, Bebe Barron, Pauline Oliveros, Delia Derbyshire, Maryanne Amacher, Eliane Radigue, Suzanne Ciani, and Laurie Spiegel.