The Frontline Club’s Documentary Programmer Julianne Rooney and director Katharine Round analyse a scene in The Divide, her documentary about rising global inequality.
Harriet Agerholm sat down with The Guardian‘s migration correspondent and author Patrick Kingsley to discuss his latest book, The New Odyssey: The Story of Europe’s Refugee Crisis.
Filmed and edited by Adam Barr.
Seymour Hersh established himself at the forefront of investigative journalism more than four decades ago winning a Pulitzer Prize with an exposé of the massacre in My Lai, Vietnam. So when Hersh published a controversial essay presenting a counter-narrative to the US government’s account of the killing of Osama Bin Laden readers around the world […]
Acclaimed journalist and artist Molly Crabapple has drawn and reported on stories from Guantanamo Bay, Syria, the West Bank, Iraqi Kurdistan and across the United States.
Nigeria is Africa’s largest economy, has a booming population and a vibrant fashion and film industry, so how has the crash in the price of oil hit Nigeria so hard? Funmi Iyanda has been trying to wrap her head around Nigeria’s problems for two years. In partnership with the Frontline Club and the Royal African […]
“Envy is the Central Fact of American Life“ – Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia + Director Q&A
By Greta Hoffman On 11 November, the Frontline Club hosted the screening of Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia. Finished less than a year after Vidal’s death, the film gave an intimate and in-depth insight into Vidal’s life and career as a writer and political commentator. The screening was followed by a lively Q&A […]
FCP X works with new paradigms from tapeless workflows. This workshop will take you through this revolutionary new way of editing from start to finish.
In Bratislava, Frontline Club founder, Vaughan Smith, speaks to freelance journalist John D McHugh on freelance newsgathering in Afghanistan.