In partnership with Boat Magazine, director Fred Scott documented life on Stóra Dímun to prove that sometimes for good filmmaking all you need is an iPhone.
The best documentaries of the year opened up new outlooks on the world around us and showed how there’s more that unites us than drives us apart.
Movies are finished, the novel is dead and the internet is driving people insane. Welcome to the world of Bret Easton Ellis: a literary maverick who’s brutally honest about the digital age.
For Kadiatu Kamara, surfing is an escape from the devastating effects of civil war and the Ebola epidemic which swept her country.
Daisy-May Hudson is bringing Britain's 'dirty little secret' out into the light with a moving documentary film about her own family, who lost their home and were swept to one side.
Discussing an exciting new wave of British black and brown activism with ‘Generation Revolution’ directors, Usayd Younis and Cassie Quarless.
Showcasing the raddest surf and skate movies from across the globe, the riotous MIMPI 2016 kicks off in Rio de Janeiro, November 12-15. Here’s what not to miss.
The Black Mirror writer discusses the show’s switch to Netflix, and why he loves torturing his characters.
Documentary In Pursuit of Silence explores our relationship with sound and how excessive noise pollution is damaging our lives.
Girls in Film (GiF) is a new creative network for female filmmakers, determined to tackle the lack of diversity in film.
Huck’s latest film comes from Beirut, home to Lebanon’s first Roller Derby team, where a tightknit crew of female pioneers are determined to build something together.
Afghan director Shahrbanoo Sadat has delivered a scathing critique of her home country - and our tendency to run with the pack - with a dreamlike masterpiece.