Among The Believers goes inside the Red Mosque islamic schools in Pakistan that exploit poor education in the region to further their inflammatory agenda.
Homme Less tells the very modern story of a 52-year-old fashion photographer who seems to live the high life in New York, but is actually homeless.
My Nazi Legacy follows the story of two men whose father’s were Nazi’s and another who lost 80 family members in the holocaust as they try to reconcile their memories with the crimes committed.
Patience, Patience You’ll Go To Paradise! Is the fascinating story about how several muslim women explore the world after their husbands die.
How To Change The World tells how Greenpeace got started and the challenges that it and its leader, Robert Hunter, have faced.
The award winning documentary, Sherpa, looks at the problem of exploitation around Everest expeditions and the differences in the value of life.
Gayby Baby takes a look at the lives of four families where the parents are gay, and it brings a needed personal insight to a topic that too politicised.
Mike Kuchar is a titan of American low-budget and underground filmmaking. Oscar Oldershaw introduces his film, An Afternoon With Mike Kuchar at the ICA in August.
Pixadores is a documentary that follows the lives of 4 young men who believe in leaving a mark with political graffiti set in the sprawling metropolis of Sao Paolo.