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  • Venus

    Short documentary which tells the story of female drag performer Venus Dimilo and her experience as a woman in a male dominated culture and a disabled woman in society, through the art and community of drag performance.

  • Expectations

    Ashley Eakin has defied expectations having experienced over 28 surgeries and cancer, while also having a 10+ year career in entertainment. Through her journey of coming to terms with her identity, she has found her calling as a writer/director challenging the lack of disability representation, w...

  • Life on Road

    For two decades, the late Awudu Tijani voluntarily took on the arduous task of directing traffic in some of Accra’s knotty and unmonitored intersections

  • Ode

    Using Arthur O’Shaughnessy’s poem as inspiration, the film celebrates the confidence, pride and beauty that disco dancing brings to a working class community in Northern Ireland.

  • A Letter to My Mother, from My Mother

    A month since his mother’s passing director Keith Nixon has learned to cherish the memories, appreciate the time they had, & cling to what she left.
    'On what would have been her fifty-second birthday, I hope to further her legacy by giving you a piece of her. My father made me the man I am. My ...

  • Future First

    An artistic interpretation of a black girls response to cornrows being renamed as ‘boxer braids’. The anchor point of the film is cultural appropriation but it expands much wider than that - it isn’t about taking a stance as a victim, it is about reclaiming our place as black women and not being ...

  • One Year Lease

    Renting an apartment in New York City can be challenging, spaces coupled with enormous rents are to be expected. The most eccentric of landlords...directly above you…with an itchy speed-dial finger? - perhaps not as common. Told almost entirely through voicemail messages, One Year Lease documents...

  • Jahid Munim

    'Money can't replace that feeling, that feeling can only come from hard work and dedication'
    Filmed during the UK Summer 2020 lockdown filmmaker Gareth Kay explores how a pro athlete maintains his strict regime despite a great deal of restriction.

  • Motherland

    A mother recounts her experience of growing up in Congo; an experience which shaped her as a woman, defined her as a mother and established deep-rooted family values. Motherland is an up close and personal documentary told through film and still images, exploring the way in which culture has a fu...

  • Bike Life

    About the director
    Dan Emmerson is a London based Filmmaker who takes on a cinematic approach to his visuals. His creativity and willingness to experiment has allowed him to lend his talents across music, fashion and commercial work.

  • Yoruba

    Nigeria. Yoruba is the language of the Yoruba people. Its heritage calls for unity and understanding among the people.

  • God Loves Ugly

    God Loves Ugly is a visual accompaniment to the upcoming album by Chicago rapper G Count and producer Nascent. The film lends a voice to the musician’s neighborhood, its people and their families. The film shows the reality of life in South Chicago, where the epidemic of gun violence continues un...

  • Commodity City

    Commodity City is an observational documentary exploring the daily lives of vendors who work in the largest wholesale consumer market in the world: the Yiwu Markets in China. The film explores moments of tension between commerce and individuality, between the goods for sale and the humans who sel...

  • Mum

    Motherhood is a journey with many roles, responsibilities and pressures - over the last 8 months we've been documenting Thea's experience through pregnancy and childbirth. This episode explores life post birth.

  • Single Mother Only Daughter

    Directed by Ellie Wen an award-winning filmmaker from Hong Kong and Los Angeles, "Single Mother Only Daughter" is a captivating documentary capturing a personal conversation between mother and daughter.

    Producer: Ellie Wen
    Cinematographer: Ellie Wen & Greg Katz
    Editor: Ellie Wen & Greg Katz

  • Jeff

    Directed by Jake Oleson, Jeff is a story of great discovery as a young man seeks to remember his father years after his passing.

  • Coach Pamz

    “Coach Pamz” is the story of Paul “Pamz” Rivera, a coach in the world of New York City street football, a tough inner-city sport that sprang out of East Harlem and the Bronx 40 years ago. The film chronicles Pamz’s early troubles and subsequent triumphs as he devotes himself to rallying his team ...

  • Mum

    Motherhood is a journey with many roles, responsibilities and pressures - over the last 8 months we've been documenting Thea's experience through pregnancy and childbirth.

  • Black Sheep

    Best described by LSFF 'Black Sheep is documentary filmmaking at its most formidable. It’s an eclectic mix of genre and a masterclass, asterfully subtle but compulsively uncomfortable viewing'

  • Brave Girls

    For Karishma, Apsana and Samira, going to school to complete their secondary education represented a seismic shift in worldview and a radical reappraisal of what their lives could become. Brave girls explores the urgent questions about the empowerment of women in the developing world from the per...

  • Daughters of Chibok

    The documentary tells the story of Yana Galang, whose daughter, Rifkatu, was among the 276 girls kidnapped by Boko Haram in April 2014 from their school dormitory in Chibok, northeast Nigerian.

  • Peckham BMX Club

    After seeing a poster on a fence about a BMX Club director Samuel Hicks explores the rooting and background of the coach and his club.

  • Refugee Blues

    Set to the verses of W.H. Auden’s 1939 poem, ‘Refugee Blues’ charts a day in ‘the jungle’, the refugee camp outside Calais. More intimate and unlike much of what has been seen in the mass media, this documentary poem counterpoints the camp’s harsh reality of frequent clashes with the French riot ...