Past Events and Screenings
Award-winning director Callum Macrae’s (No Fire Zone) new feature documentary tells the story of the death of eleven innocent people killed by the British Army on a Catholic estate in Belfast in 1971, and the fight by their relatives and survivors to discover the truth.
Interviewing everyone from Tony Blair to Michael Gove, top journalists to Russian bloggers, and tech giant execs to online activists, Tom Baldwin describes a vicious battle for control of the news agenda.
To mark the 23rd anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide, join Remembering Srebrenica to hear from survivors of the Bosnian War and journalists to reflect on reportage during conflict and the responsibilities of the media in war.
An intimate, beautiful film that harnesses the visual power of circus to give a unique perspective into the complex world of human trafficking.
Frontline Freelance Register are hosting a luncheon for reporters, news, film & documentary professionals. Tickets include a two-course lunch and a glass of wine or beer
Inside the labour camps of Qatar, African and Asian migrant workers building the facilities of the 2022 World Cup compete in a football tournament of their own: The Workers Cup.
Our pub quiz night: an evening of current affairs, drinks, snacks and prizes
We present and discuss the first issue, A Brief Visual History in the Time of ISIS, which includes over 40 images from the Magnum archive, exploring the history and effects of the fall-out from ISIS and their actions over the recent past.
The first biography of Rodrigo Duterte, the unpredictable president of the Philippines by Channel 4’s Asia Correspondent, Jonathan Miller
The Frontline Club is going to Sheffield DocFest! We are bringing together a range of film makers to discuss the themes around ‘authentic voices in storytelling’
Real Money. Fake News. Your Data. This explosive documentary showcases how Trump won the 2016 Presidential Election.
Already more than half of humanity lives in urban areas. During an evening of film screenings and discussion, we explore these tensions and what solutions can be found to make cities places that leave no one behind.
Join Photo London for an evening of discussion on the state and future of photojournalism, as explored in conversation with award winning photographers and editors.
In the month the US is expected to review the Iran nuclear deal, our panel reflect on one year of President Rouhani in power, his accomplishments and legacies, both domestic and international.
Join Times war correspondent Anthony Loyd and journalist and writer Jon Swain to explore Loyd’s two year investigation into tracking down the stories behind the Vietnam war veterans photographed by Don McCullin 50 years ago.
In the frontline town of Marinka, a new bakery has opened which brings some comfort and sustenance to war-weary locals. The film follows the people who run the bakery and the customers, as they struggle to gain a sense of normality among the rumble of war.
Our second in the series ‘Thinking Allowed’ 2 speakers debate over 1 question, this time can there be ‘good’ and ‘bad’ nationalism?
Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards, Land of Mine was inspired by real events and tells the story of German prisoners of war sent to clear land mines in Denmark after World War II. Followed by a discussion of its contemporary relevance today.