Comedian Stewart Lee narrates a unique and touching insight into life in London’s East End.
The I love NY logo is so ubiquitous in New York today that it feels hard to imagine it actually being designed. Surely it has always been there, offering New Yorkers and tourists the chance to proclaim their love for the city?
A stunning documentary short by New York City-based director Jake Oleson. Shot in the Cape Flats of Cape Town, South Africa over the course of three days, “The Flats” explores what life is like for the residents that live there.
Meet the girls running as fast as they can to be Jamaica’s new champions in a country that’s obsessed with its sprinters.
Attracted to the alluring spectacle of the game, Italian-born filmmaker Carlotta Manaigo set out to get beneath the mask of one particular, and much loved, Luchador: Mistico.
A documentary short about low income citizens in rural Florida who struggle with smoking related loss and addiction. Christy, Eric and Geremy have smoked since their early teens and lost loved ones yet they continue to spend up to 25% of their income on cigarettes. Each have their reasons to quit...but can't.
In this film, enviable images of fur coats and bottles of Dom Pérignon are juxtaposed against snapshots of burnt hash and broken boards. Lüdi comments, “By having acquaintances from both the luxurious and rebellious sides of St Moritz, I was able to create a film that visually translates the dichotomy between the two worlds.”
NYC, 1981 is an original short documentary featuring stories from one of the most dangerous years on record for New York City.
In the short documentary The Magic of Chess, a cadre of pint-size chess champions reveals how the practice has enriched their lives.
There are currently between 60 and 70 castell teams (colles) in Catalonia, some of which appear at large, bi-annual competitions in Tarragona, Spain.
In parts of the Florida Everglades, there’s a tradition that dates back to the early 20th century in which young men – and now young women – use nothing but sticks and quick reflexes to hunt rabbits at the margins of sugar plantations.
Gun Nation is a moving and provocative collection of portraits of gun owners and gun culture created in the immediate aftermath of the Columbine massacre.
We the Bathers is a visually beautiful and emotive short documentary featuring fourteen people across the globe. Each story and person is unique, but they share one common connection. Water.
Los Angeles-based director and photographer Liza Mandelup takes a look at the new era of social media fuelled fangirls. Mandelup captures human nature in a world growing increasingly dependent on technology to feel connected. Adolescence is hard, but “fangirls” have found solace and companionship in the people they follow on a daily basis.
Elephant Food is For the Strongest Teeth is a passion project born out of two friends shared love of film, music and boxing.
In a cramped suburban apartment in Mumbai, an eccentric patriarch and his family consider killing and eating their hell-raising pet rooster, so that they can reclaim their normal lives.
The custom of the Rocket Wars, whose roots go back centuries, uses shots of homemade fireworks (rockets) between the two largest parishes of the area, Agios Markos and Panagia Erythiani. In recent years, the number of rockets produced has reached several thousand, and the spectacle they present in the spring sky on the night of the Resurrection is truly spectacular.