17 February 2023
Rosa Cisneros and Maria Polodeanu: advocating for the voices of the Roma community
Rosa Cisneros and Maria Polodeanu are two friends with a cause: to shed light on the good work of the Roma community here in the UK, starting with a collaborative project on climate justice.
18 January 2023
Instaviews with Rogue Ballerina, Rose Alice
Join us for Instaviews with Rogue Ballerina, Choreographer and Executive Producer, Rose Alice who lives to exist outside of the box.
3 October 2022
How to make a documentary
Are you a storyteller? Documentary production allows you to tell a story you care about to a wider audience.
16 July 2022
Review: New York Our Time (2020)
Vivienne Dick's latest documentary New York Our Time looks at the changes New York has undergone since the late 70s...
4 February 2022
Political documentary Redt'Blue to premier at Broadway Cinema
Redt’Blue is finally making its eagerly anticipated debut on the big screen on 26 February.
17 August 2021
Bob Ross documentary arriving to Netflix this month
A documentary was made back in 2011 following the world’s most wholesome painter Bob Ross, but Melissa McCarthy and Josh Rofe know there's a darker story to tell.
10 August 2021
Naomi Osaka Netflix documentary review
This three-part documentary gives us a glimpse into the highs and lows of a world-class athlete’s life.
24 April 2021
What's our obsession with true crime?
As the true crime genre continues to grow, what are the implications?
14 April 2021
To mark the anniversary of the first lockdown, the BBC has released three documentaries by award-winning filmmaker Jay Martin, and Frontline is one of them.
22 March 2021
Pelé: A Review
Released in February 2021, Ben Nicholas and David Tryhorn’s documentary Pelé chronicles the Brazilian football player’s career and connection with his nation. Find out our thoughts on the documentary in this review!
19 March 2021
The Emoji Story documentary
Showcased to Mozilla Festival attendees, The Emoji Story is a delightful documentary charting the history, creation process, and future of the little icons we know and love.
8 March 2021
The World’s A Little Blurry: Review
Billie Eilish’s documentary is an extremely personal look at how the teenager became the internationally renowned star she is today.
6 February 2021
Crack: Cocaine, Corruption & Conspiracy - A Review
An unflinching depiction of the crack cocaine boom of the 1980s and 1990s in the USA, Stanley Nelson's Crack: Cocaine, Corruption & Conspiracy tackles and sheds light on a multitude of different topics and issues surrounding the eponymous drug.
22 January 2021
Instaviews with Ubunifu Space
Join us this Friday for our second Instaviews of 2021, as we interview music collective and online platform Ubunifu Space.
24 September 2020
Mansfield constituency: a microcosm of the unrest experienced in the 2017 election. Redt’Blue takes a closer look.
10 June 2020
Migration means resilience and strength, says producer Joanna Suchomska
Brightest and Best reveals the often untold story of migrants
12 June 2020
Instaviews with documentary producer Jay Martin
Join us Friday at 1pm to chat film-making and the 2017 snap election
13 May 2020
A new documentary for musical theatre superfans
Stream Repeat Attenders from Saturday 16th May