By Matt Thrift
This eight-hour epic from Chinese filmmaker Wang Bing chronicles one of the worst atrocities in human history.
Toia Bonino’s documentary explores the problem of violence in the eponymous Buenos Aires neighbourhood.
Peter Jackson marks the centennial of the end of WWI with a fascinating, fatally flawed exercise in historic preservation.
By Ed Gibbs
The ground-breaking label marks its half-century with a glossy new documentary celebrating its legacy.
The story of Gaston Glock is woven into this intriguing survey of modern firearms culture.
By Mark Asch
The inhabitants of a Turkish retirement home contemplate life’s big questions in this captivating doc from Shevaun Mizrahi.
Joshua Bonnetta and JP Sniadecki present a moving portrait of life in the US-Mexico border region.
Director Paul Wright embarks on an archive-footage odyssey across Britain’s vast cultural landscape.
Remembering the life and death of a man obsessed with deactivating live landmines in Iraq.
This shocking exposé uncovers the tragic lot of many young circus performers in India.
The grotesque commerciality of big-game hunting is laid bare in this tough but vital animal welfare doc.
By Ella Kemp
Alex Gibney reopens a mysterious unsolved murder case in this incisive but frustratingly elusive documentary.
Filmmaker Yance Ford provides an impassioned and highly personal critique of the US judicial system in this vital doc.
A teenager falls into a job in a bizarre funeral parlour in this touching if macabre observational documentary.
By Aimee Knight
This essential, moving documentary challenges the idea of prison as a breeding ground for machismo and violence.
This powerful new documentary gleans new testimonies from survivors of the Holocaust.
This haunting documentary takes us inside the industrial hellscape of a Gujarat textile factory.