BRITDOC foundation

I remember my first time like it was yesterday. I was 21 years old, and it was an incredibly emotional experience. Over the course of an hour, I had laughed, cried, and, believe it or not, my life flashed before my eyes. It was my first time watching a documentary that jumped out and moved me to the core - and compelled me to want to do something.
Documentary film is a vital component in holding both governments and corporations to account. In celebrating the documentaries that impact our society we help to keep the legacy of these films and their campaigns alive.
The Possibilities are Endless is a film about the celebrated lyricist, Edwyn Collins, a songwriter (his most famous hit single is A Girl Like You), who had the contents of his mind effectively deleted after experiencing a stroke. Placed inside Edwyn's mind, we embark on a remarkable journey from the brink of death back to language, music, life and love.
A documentary starring the perpetrators of a genocide took the top award at a ceremony in New York, because of its "brave
The PUMA Impact Award seeks to recognise and honour the documentary that has made the most significant social impact over
Feel like making a film that just might change the world? These people have. For the third year running, HuffPostUK is the
The Invisible War (USA, 2012) Directed by Kirby Dick, produced by Amy Ziering, is a groundbreaking investigative documentary
Feel like making a film, earning an award and changing the world just a little bit? These people have. 'Armadillo' is one
Want to make a film, send a funny message that might just change the world? These people have. Suzan Beraza and Michelle
Ever wanted to make a documentary and change the world, just a little bit? These people have. The Britdoc foundation have