Past Events and Screenings
In Kleptoscope 9 journalist Oliver Bullough and his panel explore what the government is doing to tackle financial corruption in London’s financial centre
Award-winning photographer Nish Nalbandian presents his second body of work “A Handful of Dust” humanistic portraits of Syrians in Turkey
The Frontline Club invites you to a lively evening of discussion between Stanley Johnson and Rachel Johnson, focusing on Stanley’s latest political thriller, Kompromat.
Award-winning film maker Lynn Novick will be coming to the Frontline Club to discuss the critically acclaimed film The Vietnam War – Ken Burns & Lynn Novick. She will be showing clips from the series and discussing various aspects of the film.
In 2015, as refugees wind their way across Europe they are accompanied by a pack of fellow travellers – reporters, camera-operators, producers and news vans. British director, Orban Wallace, turns the camera in a new direction: the world’s 24-hour news gatherers in pursuit of the breaking story.
The Last Animals is a story about an extraordinary group of people who go to incredible lengths to save the planet’s last animals.
Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Chris Wylie comes back with Vote Leave whistleblower Shahmir Sanni to discuss the unfolding story of electoral manipulation using big data technology!
Rania Abouzeid will be discussing her new book No Turning Back: Life, Loss and Hope in wartime Syria with journalist Lyse Doucet.
Whistleblower Chris Wylie is coming public to disclose the truth behind Cambridge Analytica, Brexit and the 2016 US Elections.
As a former Russian spy and his daughter were poisoned by a nerve agent on a Sunday afternoon in Salisbury, they lost consciousness and remain in critical condition. There has been rampant speculation as to whether Moscow is behind the attack.
The conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo has long been entrenched in the country. But between 2017-2018 the scale of the crisis has escalated facing a humanitarian disaster of extraordinary proportions.
With IS’s foothold removed from most of the country, and US Coalition-supported Kurdish forces tied up in a conflict against the Turkish army and its sponsored militias in the north-west Afrin region, it seems that the forces of President Bashar al-Assad and their Russian and Iranian backers are now concentrating on eradicating the last pockets of resistance by Syrian opposition forces.
Our panel discuss sexual harassment within media organisations and how best to tackle the problem.
In HONDROS director and childhood friend Greg Campbell reveals a portrait of a man – Chris Hondros who found and explored humanity in war-torn countries with great depth and sensitivity. Hondros’ passion for his craft could only be matched by his unending talent for creating breathtaking imagery.
To mark International Women’s Day 2018, The Frontline Club is hosting a discussion on the various diaspora of migrant women in the UK and the challenges of integration that they face in the light of Brexit, the continuing European migration crisis and a tightening of immigration policies.
Jo Ruxton of critically acclaimed film A Plastic Ocean will be discussing the motivation and process of making the film as well as showing behind-the-scenes photographs from the project.
The Frontline Club will be hosting a series of screenings for the launch of the BBC’s first ever Virtual Reality documentary Damming the Nile
Vladimir Putin seeks re-election on March 18 and there isn’t much doubt about the outcome. The question now is what he’ll do in his fourth term as Russian president.
The Frontline Club will be screening a preview of SWEET COUNTRY in cinemas March 9th. Inspired by real events, Sweet Country is a period western set in 1929 in the outback of the Northern Territory, Australia.
In the last few years the world has changed in unexpected ways. The influence of radical groups and ideas is growing. What was once considered extreme is now the mainstream. But what is the real power of radicals?