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+ Panel Discussion
CITIZENFOUR (which since our screening in October 2014 has won a BAFTA!) is a real life thriller, giving audiences unprecedented access to filmmaker Laura Poitras and journalist Glenn Greenwald's encounters with Edward Snowden in Hong Kong, as he hands over classified documents providing evidence of mass indiscriminate and illegal invasions of privacy by the National Security Agency (NSA).
+ Q&A with Fred Abrahams, hosted by Lindsey Hilsum
When reports emerge of crimes against humanity, Human Rights Watch sends emergency investigators to document violations and reveal them to the world. These specialist investigators, the first on the ground, are the E-Team.
Q&A with Director Ilian Metev
Doctor Krassi, nurse Mila and driver Plamen are the overworked crew of one of the last operating ambulances in Sofia, Bulgaria. We observe as they race through the night, struggling to save lives in the face of a lack of resources, a crumbling infrastructure and roads that are more pothole than tarmac.
Q&A with Directors Phil Cox and Hikaru Toda
Love Hotels are an ancient Japanese tradition that exist for people to escape the conservative strictures of their daily lives, to explore their fantasies and desires or just find some privacy. With unprecedented access to the Angelo in Osaka, the directors follow everyday people from the intimacy of the hotel's rooms to their outside realities.
Q&A with Director Rehad Desai
Rehad Desai discusses his documentary about the thirty-four miners who were shot dead by police in 2012 and the scores more who were left injured at the end of a six day strike in Marikana.
Q&A with Director Farida Pacha and Cinematographer Lutz Konermann
Farida Pacha and Lutz Konermann join us to discuss their strikingly beautiful portrayal of an extraordinary world, looking at India's salt miners.
Q&A with Director Marc Silver
Marc Silver discusses the documentary he made with Gael Garcia Bernal using one man's story to reveal the tragic results of the US war on immigration.
Q&A with Director Orlando von Einsiedel and Producer Joanna Natasegara
Following a sneak preview of Virunga, Director Orlando von Einsiedel and Producer Joanna Natasegara joined us at Riverside Studios for a Q&A.
Q&A with Director Errol Morris
Legendary filmmaker Errol Morris discusses his film The Unknown Known, a gripping exploration of the controversial career and philosophy of Donald Rumsfeld.
Extended Q&A with Director Gianfranco Rosi in Conversation with Nick Bradshaw (Sight & Sound).
Presented by the Italian Cultural Institute, I Doc Italy, Open City Docs and DocHouse
Panel Q&A with Tom Watson, Kristinn Hrafnsson, Cori Crider, Mustafa Qadri and Jennifer Robinson.
An expert panel discuss Richard Rowley's award-winning Dirty Wars.
Between the Lines Follow-up Event: Extended Q&A with Director Olly Lambert
Olly Lambert discusses in depth the experience of filmmaking on the front line in Syria.
Masterclass with Director Alan Berliner
Presenting his work in London for the first time, Emmy award-winning director Alan Berliner discusses his method and unique filmmaking style.
Panel Q&A with Iwan Morgan, Paul Mitchell & Uta Balbier.
An expert panel discuss Penny Lane's wonderful doc, Our Nixon.
Q&A with Co-director Mike Lerner
Mike Lerner discusses art & politics, and how he came to make a film about notorious Russian feminist punk group, Pussy Riot.
Between the Lines follow-up event: Q&A with Editor Ollie Huddleston
Ollie Huddleston discusses his editing approach, style, and method.
Panel discussion with Christopher Hird (Executive Producer), Kush Naker (Universities Allied for Essential Medicines), and Lotti Rutter (Activism & Campaign Officer Stop AIDS Campaign).
Q&A with Director Joshua Oppenheimer
Find out more about the most talked about documentary of the year in this extended Q&A with Joshua Oppenheimer.
Q&A with Directors Mike Grigsby & Rebekah Tolley
Find out what made director Mike Grigsby return to the lives of three young Texas soldiers forty years on from his critically acclaimed doc I Was A Soldier.
Q&A with Director Jean-Philippe Tremblay
Find out what drove filmmaker Jean-Philippe Tremblay to tackle the issue of media manipulation through the years.
Q&A with Director Patricio Guzman
Sight & Sound editor Nick Bradshaw interviews Patricio Guzman at the London Premiere of Nostalgia for the Light.
Q&A with Director Penny Woolcock & Producer James Purnell
Director Penny Woolcock (1 Day) and producer James Purnell discuss the making of this extraordinary film, and how they became involved with two rival gangs in Birmingham.
Q&A with Director Kevin Macdonald
DocHouse talks to Kevin Macdonald about the life of Bob Marley.
Q&A with Jean-Yves Ollivier and the filmmakers - Mandy Jacobson and Carlos Agulló
A rare appearence by Jean-Yves Ollivier, central protagonist of Plot for Peace, along with the filmmakers, to discuss this award-winning documentary. Hosted by Audrey Brown.
Panel discussion with Director Emma Davie, Prof. Chris Shaw, Dr. Vinne Nambisan, and Andy Pape.
This screening was one of many around the world on 21st June to mark Motor Neurone Disease Global Awareness Day.
Q&A with Directors Matthew Kay & Jasper Kain.
Find out more about Football Beyond Borders and the passion that went into the making of Over The Wall.
Q&A with Director Sam Blair, Producer Jessica Levick, Athletes Richard Alleyne and Omardo Anson, and Coach John Powell
Q&A with (Iain Bryne) Amnesty International & Caroline Elliot (War On Want)
DocHouse talks to Amnesty International & War On Want about the rights of people in South Africa facing eviction from their homes.
Panel Discussion with Cyril Tuschi (dir. Khodorkovsky), Marina Litvenenko, Paul Mitchell & Federico Varese.
The first panel from DocHouse mini-fest, Putin's Progress.
Panel with Director Eline Flipse (dir. Our Newspaper), Edward Lucas, Dmitry Elovsky & Paul Mitchell
The second panel from DocHouse mini-fest, Putin's Progress.
Q&A with Director Dick Fontaine about the extraordinary life of Sonny Rollins.
Q&A with Director Carol Morley
Carol Morley discusses her haunting new film Dreams Of A Life
Q&A with Director Dominic Allan & Producer Tom Roberts
Find out what drew Dominic Allan to the life of French Painter Jean Marc Calvet.
Q&A with Director Adam Wakeling & Editor/Producer Claire Ferguson
DocHouse talks to Adam Wakeling about the making of his first foray into full-length documentary production, along with editor and producer Claire Ferguson.
Panel Q&A with David Cecil, Jonathan Cooper, Prossy Kakooza, and Jennifer Robinson.
An expert panel discuss Roger Ross Williams' remarkable doc God Loves Uganda.
Q&A with Director Brian Hill.
DocHouse talks to award-winning director Brian Hill about his experiences filming new doc Welcome To The World.
Q&A with Nick Fraser, Editor of BBC Storyville.
Find out more about Alex Gibney's incredible doc Park Avenue, and the Why Poverty? series.
Q&A with Director Michael Christoffersen
DocHouse talks to Michael Christoffersen as part of our one-day mini-fest RESISTENICA: Focus on Latin America.
Q&A with Producer André Singer
DocHouse discusses all things Herzog in a Q&A with his long-serving producer André Singer
Q&A with Director Sarah Gavron
Find out what made director Sarah Gavron (Brick Lane) pack up and move to Niaqornat in Greenland, one of the remotest places on earth.
Q&A with Director Fredrik Gertten & Guests
There was a good helping of lively debate following the preview of Fredrik Gertten's tale of the corporate might of multinational Dole Food Company vs. an independent documentary filmmaker.
Q&A with Directors Emad Burnat & Guy Davidi
Emad & Guy join us all the way from the West Bank to discuss their uniquely powerful film, 5 Broken Cameras.
Q&A with Director Phil Cox and Producer Giovanna Stopponi.
Find out what attracted director Phil Cox to dance-obsessed private detective Rajesh.