Ken Loach has been a force in British filmmaking for over 50 years: exposing injustice, standing up for the marginalised and fighting the powers that be. Now he's made his angriest film yet.
Sisters Georgia and Sophia Scott discuss their documentary 'Lost in Lebanon', which follows four Syrian refugees living in the neighbouring country, giving a human face to a dehumanised conflict.
Rice farmers are struggling to survive in the face of mounting pressure from developers in Bali, where a rampant tourism industry is taking over. A new documentary short explores the resilience it takes to stand firm.
Snowboarders are flocking to a troubled corner of the Himalayas for its perfect powder, creating a culture clash between partying tourists and religious locals desperate for independence.
Thousands of climate activists descended on a German coal mine - one of the dirtiest in Europe - to try and shut it down. In this short film, Huck joins them on the frontline of the fight against global warming.
Meet Sophia Luvara, director of Inside The Chinese Closet - a film tracking two young people confronting their futures.
Over two weeks, Adam Patterson travelled with refugees making the harrowing journey across Europe to shoot a powerful new documentary.
Nikolaus Geyrhalter’s remarkable documentary Pripyat meets the people who still live and work in the Chernobyl nuclear exclusion zone, surrounded by dangerous levels of radioactive contamination.
Director Patricio Henriquez shares the remarkable story behind his documentary Uyghurs, Prisoners of the Absurd.
Documentary The Possibilities Are Endless chronicles Scottish singer-songwriter Edwyn Collins’ long journey back to music.
Exploring CERN, the world's largest particle physics laboratory and birthplace of the World Wide Web and the Higgs boson particle.
From Dogtown to the Moon via Sea World, Huck and our readers share the documentaries that changed how we see the world.