Presenting his work in London for the first time, Emmy award-winning director Alan Berliner discusses his method and unique filmmaking style.
Masterclass with Claire Ferguson, who has worked with directors across varied backgrounds, from Nick Broomfield's Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer to first time director Adam Wakeling's Up In Smoke (2011) and Rupert Murray's The End of the Line (2009).
Masterclass with David Charap, who has edited docs directed by Marc Isaacs, amongst many others. He brings a unique approach to editing documentary having successfully moved between fiction and documentary during his extensive and varied career.
Director Pamela Yates and producer Paco de Onís give an in-depth masterclass on Granito: How to Nail a Dictator, which looks at how Yates' first documentary helped to bring evidence in the trial against Guatemalan ex-dictator Efraín Ríos Montt.
An in-depth masterclass with Joshua Oppenheimer, director of The Act of Killing, in conversation with Penny Woolcock, on the motivations, revelations, method and meaning of this powerful, controversial and boundary-pushing film.
Larry Sider and Mary Milton sit down for an in-depth discussion on all things sound in documentary.
Perhaps the most renowned partnership in observational documentary filmmaking; editor Ollie Huddleston in conversation with Kim Longinotto.