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Documentaries

Bowling For Columbine

On April 20th, 1999, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold walked into their school and killed 13 people. Does Moore’s documentary skirt some of the issues in favour of his own? More…

Bowling For Columbine
Fahrenheit 9/11

Michael Moore’s documentary was instrumental in shaping Arpad’s views but over the years he started to look at some aspects of the film with more scepticism. More…

Fahrenheit 9/11
Brothers On The Line

A timely tale of one family’s quest to compel American democracy to live up to its promise of equality, Brothers On The Line is a dramatic blueprint of successful social action. More…

Brothers On The Line
Marwencol

Director Jeff Malmberg looks at the life of Mark Hogancamp, a victim of a brutal assault who finds therapy in building a 1/6-scale model WWII Belgian village in his yard. More…

Marwencol
The Imposter

In 1994, a teenager went missing from his home in Texas. In 1997, a 23 year old Frenchman managed to convince the grieving family that he was their lost son. More…

The Imposter
The Dungeon Masters

Keven McAlester’s documentary is a brief look at the lives of three die-hard Dungeons & Dragons gamers both on and off the board. Not bad but not overly compelling. More…

The Dungeon Masters
The King Of Kong: A Fistful Of Quarters

Seth Gordon’s foray into the bizarre world of retro gaming is not only a majestic David and Goliath tale, it’s a perfect example of narrativisation in film. More…

The King Of Kong: A Fistful Of Quarters
More Than Honey

Over the past 15 years, billions of honey bees have disappeared. No bodies are found in the immediate surroundings, and no visible predators can be located. What’s been causing this epidemic? More…

More Than Honey
Naqoyqatsi

The final part in Godfrey Reggio’s Qatsi trilogy focuses on life as war and presents us with a visual montage of a world dominated by globalized technology and violence. More…

Naqoyqatsi
Powaqqatsi

The second part in Godfrey Reggio’s trilogy is a film about contrasting ways of life, and the effect mechanization and technology from the West has on Third World countries. More…

Powaqqatsi
Koyaanisqatsi

Directed by Godfrey Reggio with music by Philip Glass and cinematography by Ron Fricke, Koyaanisqatsi is a tone poem depicting Earth’s delicate balance. More…

Koyaanisqatsi
New Year Baby

Socheata Poeuv was born in a refugee camp on the border of Cambodia after her parents had fled the genocide. Her film traces how they survived the Khmer Rouge regime and came to be Americans. More…

New Year Baby
This Is Not A Film

Filmed with a digital camera and an iPhone while under house arrest, Jafar Panahi’s documentary offers a glimpse of an artist whose freedom and creativity are on the line. More…

This Is Not A Film
Budrus

Take a draught from the Arab Spring in this confident, sensitive and moving documentary about a Palestinian village’s resistance to the Israeli border fence. More…

Budrus
Ivan The Terrible

Art film, Stalinist propaganda or something else entirely? We look at Sergei Eisenstein’s Ivan the Terrible and some of the questions raised by academic Joan Neuberger. More…

Ivan The Terrible

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