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MANIFF 2020: Mosley

The documentary, screened as part of Manchester Film Festival, on the son of the former leader of the British Union of Fascists offers a slightly one-sided insight into his life, writes Katie Swift

Georgina Davidson takes a look at Gorillaz: Reject False Icons, the latest documentary from the innovative and enigmatic virtual band, and reflects on the creativity and influence of their illustrious twenty-year career

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An audiovisual spectacle to behold, Apollo 11 is a documentary like no other, writes film editor Tobias Soar from Sundance London

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Erin McKay – Werner Herzog explores the rise and fall of the eighth and final Premier of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev.

Photo Credit: Farah Elhouni

A Database of Beautiful People is a collection of interviews collected on YouTube which discuss everything and anything with people around the world

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Review: Midnight Family

A combination of Midnight Family’s thrilling cinematography and enthralling ethically complex subject matter make it a must-see documentary, writes Zofia Gryf-Lowczowska

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Review: Maiden

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

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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 […]

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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

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Review: Oriented

‘Oriented’ is a documentary following three Palestinian Gay friends, living in Israel who are raising awareness of LGBTQ rights in Israel