Screenings and Q&As at the Documentary Tent
A series of political-charged documentaries from different countries in the world with Salto 17, The Fight, For Hambach Forest 8, Race Hate in the UK 19, Apartheid Continued 24, & Kokota: The Islet of Hope 15
by Community Forests
A future archivist looks at old footage from the year 2008 to understand why humankind failed to address climate change.
Artist Henrietta Sophia Wallace Dunlop was brought up in Soho in the early 1970s when it was a hub for artists and a place with a unique feel and character.
Brighton Rocks wining Feature Documentary for 2019, Goodnight London is a love letter and a note of warning to a city that is undergoing rapid change through gentrification and redevelopment.
Jez and Misha are smart, university-educated millennials working in a car wash, waiting for better things while quietly despairing at what become of the UK. You’ve met them before, but you haven’t met Woodrow. He’s figured it all out – the end of the world and the post-apocalyptic society that lies beyond. Follow the trio on a trip like no other, a journey of unfiltered nihilistic anarchic rage.
A dystopian sci-fi low-fi circus comedy movie. All shot in a real bathroom in East Belfast.
A woman who hides her indigenous features under a thick layer of white makeup and a blonde wig, works as a night-time cleaner in an aquatic centre and her only dream is to be able to swim. A meeting on the road, with a couple of Mapuches, will make you change your frustrated existence forever.
Emile served in the Royal Marines for 12 years. He served several tours of Iraq and Afghanistan. After leaving the military in 2012 he went into body guarding stars and security on ships against Somali pirates.
On 13 February 2012, war-correspondent Marie Colvin and photographer Paul Conroy entered war-ravaged Syria to cover the plight of civilians trapped in the besieged Homs, under attack by the Syrian army. Only one of them returned. This is their story.
Tribalism, racism, discrimination and losing white privilege - a montage film asking why it is that we still live in a divided world.
A session with the legendary illustrator, cartoonist and satirist Roger Law, one of the leading creators of Spitting Image.
The searing story of President Duterte’s bloody campaign against drug dealers and addicts in the Philippines, told with unprecedented and intimate access to both sides of the war
Placebo: Alt.Russia follows alternative rock band Placebo, performing in ten cities across Russia. Narrated by the band’s bassist/guitarist Stefan Olsdal, the documentary offers a revealing insight into the alternative cultures in Russia’s major cities and the forces that seek to obstruct them.
A female soldier comes home to deal with some life shattering news and begins to feel the effects of PTSD which manifests itself as agoraphobia. Only a therapist and her childhood friend can help.
Documentary about the political spectrum focused on the biography of Karl Hess. A former corporate consultant and speechwriter for Barry Goldwater, Hess later joined the ranks of Students for a Democratic Society, later becoming a founding figure amongst Libertarians and survivalists.
With a US president propagating anti-muslim propaganda and the far-right gaining ground in western democracies, filmmaker and journalist Deeyah Khan sits face-to-face with fascists, racists and the proponents of “alt-right” ideologies to find out why.
About the Katanga case, former leader of the Patriotic Resistance Force in Ituri (FRPI), an armed group in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), at the ICC.