Why ‘Three Identical Strangers’ is the most remarkable documentary you’ll see this year

Three brothers separated at birth are reunited by pure chance - it's got to be one of the most remarkable stories you've ever heard in the media, but what drives documentary Three Identical Strangers is just how mind-boggling and cinematic the backstory is.

Love, Scott – touching LGBT hate crime survivor documentary at One World

Among the One World Documentary Film Festival's diverse programme this year is new Canadian documentary Love, Scott which follows gay hate crime survivor Scott Jones as he revisits the atrocity committed against him.

King Skate review – Czechoslovak history through the eyes of skate legends

Šimon Šafránek's new documentary King Skate is a playful and thought-provoking look at Czechoslovak history through the freedom of skateboarding... plus the soundtrack is awesome.

Interview: Dužan Duong on new Czech-Vietnamese short film ‘Bo Hai’

'Think like a Czech, speak like a Czech and act like a Czech' are just some of the phrases one might think of when watching Bo Hai, the new short film by emerging young Czech-Vietnamese filmmaker Dužan Duong.

Festival of Iranian Films 2018: Parting review

Parting cleverly tells a part of the refugee struggle that's not usually told. It's an informative look into the complicated and gruelling process of escaping one's own country, before even thinking about the perils that lay on the journey ahead.

Aussie and Kiwi Film Fest 2017 – Poi E: The Story of Our Song review

Poi E is a charming and truly inspirational documentary about a song that transformed not just the Maori community, but the entire country of New Zealand. However, rather than presenting a run-of-the-mill biographical history of the song, the film focuses on the spirit of the people behind it.