Documentary

Is this the definitive film on the conflict between North and South Korea?

By David Jenkins

Kim Dong-won’s rare 2003 film Repatriation plays at the 2018 London Korean Film Festival.

What does it mean to come of age in the modern world?

By Matt Turner

Three outstanding new films at this year’s CPH:DOX presented illuminating responses to this question.

Erase and Forget

By David Jenkins

Rambo’s real-life American counterpart is the subject of this fractured, fascinating documentary portrait.

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In praise of The Beaches of Agnès

By Mallory Andrews

Journey into the mind of the great Agnès Varda as part of our 35mm season with MUBI and ICA.

In praise of Orson Welles’ F For Fake

By Phil Concannon

Come and see the maestro's final big trick on a 35mm print at the ICA cinema with MUBI and Little White Lies.

I Called Him Morgan

By David Jenkins

The sad story of jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan is revealed in Kasper Collin’s exceptional documentary.

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Kedi

By Manuela Lazic

Istanbul’s feline residents take centre stage in this affectionate and charming documentary.

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What’s the relationship between documentary and democracy?

By Katy Vans

Now more than ever, filmmakers are fighting to give a voice to the disaffected, the poor and the oppressed.

Destination Unknown

By Juliette Cottu

This powerful new documentary gleans new testimonies from survivors of the Holocaust.

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A Good Day to Die, Hoka Hey

By Juliette Cottu

This decent documentary captures the thrills and dangers of front-line war photography.

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A gorgeous new film celebrates life in London

By David Jenkins

London Symphony is a collage of scenes capturing the richness and poetry of life in the British capital.

Bunch of Kunst

By Eve Watling

This doc about bile-spilling anarcho-rockers Sleaford Mods is also an encapsulation of working class malaise.

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Blurred realities at CPH:DOX 2017

By Matt Turner

This year’s festival boasted ground-breaking cinematic experiments which offered reflections on our digital age.

A striking new film tackles racism in America from a unique perspective

By Glenn Heath Jr

Rat Film was one of many challenging documentaries to screen at the 2017 True/False Film Festival.

Holy Cow

By Tom Williams

This intimate film chronicles a simple rags to riches tale of a man and his cow.

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Starless Dreams

By Caroline Middleton

Hear the shocking stories of Iranian women coerced into crime.

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Generation Revolution

By Caroline Middleton

This urgent documentary presents modern protest and activism in its many guises.

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