London's premiere documentary festival returns with a packed line up of premieres and retrospectives, Q&As and workshops.
Opening the festival will be Tadhg O'Sullivan's The Great Wall, a poetic exploration of one of the great themes of our times: mass migration and the refugee crisis.
Ognjen Glavonic's documentary thriller about the NATO war on Slobodan Milošević's dictatorship, Depth Two, closes the festival out.
There will also be a strand focusing specifically on the works of American documentarians Bill and Turner Ross', with their Americana trilogy - 45365, Tchoupiitoulas and Western all being screened.
You can browse all of this year's programme if you visit the festival website. Tickets for all screenings and events will be available to book shortly with some already available now.