Kizzy Bray reviews five films from University of Manchester graduates at the annual RAI documentary film festival
Erin McKay – Werner Herzog explores the rise and fall of the eighth and final Premier of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev.
Netflix’s recent documentary on FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, directed by Chris Smith, sheds light on this disaster.
A transformative, powerful, and simple documentary, They Shall Not Grow Old must be seen
A Database of Beautiful People is a collection of interviews collected on YouTube which discuss everything and anything with people around the world
Mancunian charity front national initiative to make nightlife more LGBT inclusive in new film
Millions now consider themselves to be minimalists. James Johnson talks through how it can help you to live a more deliberate life.
Mritunjay Sharma profiles Sergei Loznitsa’s documentary film career
Alex Holmes tells the incredible story of Tracey Edwards and the first all women crew compete in the Whitbread round the world honestly and creatively, writes Alex Walker
Looks can be deceiving
Three Identical Strangers is directed by Tim Wardle and tells the story of the initial reunion and multifaceted aftermath of triplets who were unbeknownst to themselves, separated at birth. This documentary had been on my radar for some time and I was pulled in by the promise of the unearthing of a shocking secret. When it came […]
Madeleine Peden reviews Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. – a documentary following rapper M.I.A which explores her civil war torn background and migration to the UK
‘Oriented’ is a documentary following three Palestinian Gay friends, living in Israel who are raising awareness of LGBTQ rights in Israel
Central Library’s select but charming collection of photographs captures the vibrant atmosphere of Manchester Airport thirty years ago
Science & Technology Editor, Georgie Hines, sits down with Planet Earth II producer Chadden Hunter to discuss conservation, the challenges of nature filmmaking, and what’s in store next
A young autistic boy manages to understand the world through Disney films