At Dogwoof we live and breath documentary, so we decided it to devote a whole section to write about the genre itself. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoy writing it.
To celebrate the release of Finlay Pretsell's directorial debut Time Trial, here's our rundown of five of the best cycling documentaries.
After its success at Sundance in the US, we’re excited to announce the UK premiere of Generation Wealth at its sister festival in London.
To celebrate the release of Greg Baker's The Final Year, here's our rundown of the ten best political documentaries.
With cricketer biopic Sachin: A Billion Dreams released on DVD and on demand on 4 December, here's our rundown of the ten best sports docs.
Mountain previews on International Mountain Day in 28 locations across the UK and Ireland featuring an exclusive Q&A.
We are proud to announce that two of our films, Machines and Weiner, have won awards at this year's glittering Grierson Awards.
We've had a whopping four nominations for our films at this year's prestigious Grierson Awards in London.
We're delighted to have six films at this year's London Film Festival, including a very special UK premiere of Mountain at BFI IMAX.
We're pleased to present the list of Dogwoof docs shortlisted for a statuette at the 38th annual News and Documentary Emmy® Awards.
The world of journalism has always appeared mysterious and exclusive. We explore some of the films that open up this enigmatic world.
Take a look at the compelling clips from The Guardian, Empire and The Upcoming's ★★★★★ film City of Ghosts.
We had a blast at this year's Doc/Fest. Have a read of our highlights from the festival from the top events through to our favourite Q&A's.
We asked Citizen Jane: Battle for the City director Matt Tyrnauer to pick films and filmmakers that have influenced his work.
Sundance London have announced their 2017 line up and Dogwoof's Dina is among the 14 films selected
With LA 92 out this weekend, here's our rundown of the essential docs that have captured the spirit of the Civil Rights Movement.
We asked Cameraperson director Kirsten Johnson to pick films that have influenced her work, in her own words.
Cameraperson, Weiner and Life, Animated have been selected for the Academy's feature documentary shortlist
We asked Kate Plays Christine and Actress director Robert Greene to pick five films that have influenced his work.
Inspired by "Jim: The James Foley Story" here are our picks for 10 more must-see war documentaries based on our
Weiner is one of the funniest documentaries we've ever seen, here we pay tribute to other docs that had us laughing throughout
We make our pick of documentaries which celebrate photography and the artists behind the lens
Following our release of Hitchock/Truffaut, here is a selection of documentaries that study film and directors from the past and present.
We love music documentaries at Dogwoof, with the release of our latest Janis: Little Girl Blue this Friday we take you through our past music films.
In less than a year, two documentaries have been released about members of the “27 club”.
Harper's Bazaar calls Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict 'the quintessential documentary for art obsessives'. We compile a list of films as extended learning to our new film!
On the eve of the UK premiere of The Look of Silence at this year's Sheffield Doc/Fest, let's take a look at some of the best documentary film series.
We take a look at just some of the female documentary filmmakers producing engaging and inspiring work in the field today.
With The Punk Singer out now we look back at some other favourite biopic documentary films.
In anticipation of our release of The Unknown Known, we look back at other gripping war documentaries.