Human rights and activist filmmakers talk about how VR can be a powerful tool to force underreported or forgotten issues into the public consciousness.
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.
Kirsten Johnson has spent 25 years capturing candid moments in tense situations around the world. Now she's laying that process bare – ethical warts and all – to interrogate the camera's power.
Independent filmmaker Sean Dunne returns to the world of the Juggalos and explains how psychedelics have given him a new way to empathise and connect with his subjects.
Entries are now open for London Surf / Film Festival’s Shorties strand, so we picked out our favourites.
Paul Refsdal lived alongside Jhabat al-Nusra ‘martyrdom seekers’ in Syria to understand what motivates them in his challenging documentary Dugma: The Button.
In Loose Change, snowboarders Niels Schack and Sparrow Knox set out to ride through four countries off snowboarding’s radar: Turkey, India, Kazakhstan and Japan.
Vincent Moon travels the world with just a backpack and a camera, filming moments of magic wherever he goes. The results prove that Western music is but a speck of dust in the universe of sound.
Electronic duo Solar Bears and filmmaker Michael Robinson have teamed up for one of this year's best albums so far. Here they nominate some of the most inspiring and innovative partnerships in the world of music videos.
Skating in Cuba is still a huge challenge that requires dedication and hustle. Meet the female skaters pushing through obstacles even bigger than for their male counterparts.
Writer-director Rob Brown has walked a twisting path to independent filmmaking.
The London Surf / Film Festival has gone from strength to strength over the last five years. With the latest edition starting this week, co-creator Chris Nelson explains how it all began and celebrates its communal spirit.