We follow the Oscar®-nominated Minding The Gap director Bing Liu as he travels from skate park to skate park for press.
Win a custom Minding The Gap skateboard courtesy of Palomino signed by the Oscar®-nominated Bing Liu.
Take a look at some of the photos from the sensational Maiden preview and live Q&A broadcast from Curzon Mayfair on Thursday last week.
Catch up with former Maiden skipper and two-time Yachtsman of the Year Tracy Edwards as she does the rounds for press ahead of the release.
We’re celebrating the release of Maiden by giving one lucky subscriber the chance to win a 2-day RYA Level 1: Start Sailing course.
The line-up for 2019’s Glasgow Film Festival includes the UK premieres of two nautical titles: Maiden and Last Breath.
We’re thrilled to announce that Free Solo won the Oscar® for Best Documentary Feature at 2019 Academy Awards®.
Join us on 7 March to witness the incredible story of Tracy Edwards, skipper of the first all-female crew in the Whitbread Round The World Race.
We’re pleased to share that nail-biting Free Solo picked up the BAFTA for Documentary at last night’s awards.
Dogwoof are celebrating an unprecedented FIVE Oscar® nominations ahead of this year’s 91st Academy Awards ceremony on 24 February.
We’re thrilled to announce we have three films nominated in the Documentary category at this year’s BAFTAs.
From world premieres to parties to promotional activity, we share our favourite bits of 2018 as the year comes to a close.
We mark the release of Free Solo by looking at our selection of the best climbing documentaries around.
Sell out screenings of Three Identical Strangers left an audience mind-blown and the film opens in even more cinemas this weekend.
Harriet Hall, author of She: A Celebration of 100 Renegade Women recounts her favourite Dogwoof documentaries about amazing women.
To mark the release of Three Identical Strangers, here's our rundown of our top documentaries where reality truly is stranger than fiction.
Encountering artists, collectors, and auctioneers, The Price Of Everything looks at the complex relationship between art and money.
We’re pleased to announce two wins for the powerful and emotional film The Work at this year’s Grierson Awards.
From getting her first guitar at age 13 to being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame at 57, we select some of our favourite facts about Joan Jett.
Our lineup at this year’s BFI London Film Festival are distinctively feminine in flavour this year with both films looking at extraordinary women.
We speak to Kusama - Infinity filmmaker Heather Lenz about creating the feature film on the iconic artist.
Get a sneak peek of M.I.A.’s journey from immigrant refugee to international popstar by taking a look at the clips from the film.
We're giving away three of M.I.A.'s biggest albums on vinyl for one lucky reader to win to celebrate the release of MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A..
We note down some of the powerful thoughts that the artist M.I.A. has shared with the world ahead of the release of MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A..
As the release of Matangi/ MAYA/M.I.A are near, here’s a breakdown of documentaries that expose the life and strength of some extraordinary women.
We make our pick of documentaries which celebrate photography and the artists behind the lens
Watch war correspondent Marie Colvin recount the incident in which she gained her signature eye patch in this clip from Under The Wire.
We sat down with some of our directors and asked for their tips for filmmakers starting out in the industry.
To celebrate the release of his new film The King about Elvis Presley this Friday here is rundown of his acclaimed documentaries.