‘What Tomorrow Brings’ tells the story of the complexity and insecurity around a girls school in an Afghan village. Taking it light touch ot asks questions rather than draws conclusions.
Nowhere To Call Home tells the story of a mother and her son from Tibet trying to build a better life in Beijing, a place that doesn’t want them.
Elstree 1976 finds a new part of the Star Wars story to explore – the stories of the bit part and background actors whose lives were changed by their small roles in the film.
Bertha DocHouse launch their new season ‘The Lives Of Others’ On November 4. Five incredible documentaries about people around the world.
The documentary Driving With Selvi tells the remarkable story of a young woman in India who find driving a taxi gives her some freedom in an oppressive society.
Filmmaker Mohamed Jabaly embedded himself with an ambulance crew in Gaza in 2014. The documentary Ambulance is the incredible product of that time.
Android In La La Land provides a close up look at the private and professional life of the pioneering singer Gary Numan but fails to produce any revelations.
Ming of Harlem tells the incredible true story of Antoine Yates who secretly kept a tiger, alligator and other exotic pets in his New York apartment.
Swedish Theory of Love is a fascinating documentary that looks at the impact of 40 years of social policy encouraging individualism in Sweden.