Filmonik take over spaces around Manchester to present 10 days of experimental moving image, film art, live performances and collaborative filmmaking.
Filmmaker Tamra Davis on the shoulder pads, surfing and weed of her suburban youth.
Palm trees and skate spots in the city of angels as seen from under filmer Josh Church's bucket hat.
London Surf Film Festival presents a special night of cult surf films at Riverside Studios.
Video Jam preside over an exhilarating live collision between filmmakers and musicians at Manchester Art Gallery.
A brave and ambitious new British teen drama tears up the film launch rulebook with an inclusive, simultaneous online and offline premiere.
Profiled in a powerful new documentary, photographer Jo-Anne McArthur's work urges us to rethink our relationship with animals.
New documentary Baywara profiles Djalu Gurruwiwi, spiritual custodian of the Didjeridoo and guardian of thousands of years of stories.
In Huck's latest roundup of new documentaries from Sheffield Doc/Fest, we focus on homegrown stories from the UK.
In his new documentary Charlie Siskel investigates Chicago photographer Vivian Maier, who shot an incredible body of work during her lifetime, discovered after her death.
Director Bruce Goodison talks to Huck about turning the experiences of child asylum seekers into compelling drama.
“The destructive urge is also a creative urge!” Robin Bell's new documentary about DC punk activist group Positive Force reveals the radical possibilities of a subculture.