The critically-acclaimed City of Ghosts and The Work have both been nominated for Best Cinema Documentary in the 2018 Grierson Awards.
Following its world premiere at Toronto International Film Festival, Dogwoof has secured a deal with Sony Pictures Classics.
The first four hours of Mark Cousins' epic 16-hour project Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema had its world debut in Venice.
The latest addition to our catalogue for world sales representation is Jon Kasbe’s feature When Lambs Become Lions.
The incredible story of British yachtswoman Tracy Edwards, Maiden, the latest acquisition to our slate.
Filmmaker and writer Mark Cousins returns with a landmark 16-hour project celebrating female directors around the world.
The first film on the musician M.I.A. follows her journey from arriving as a refugee to becoming one of the biggest pop stars on the planet.
Ballet Now is the tantalising new behind-the-scenes documentary following prima ballerina Tiler Peck's ambitious new dance project.
Generation Wealth will be opening in cinemas across the country in the US and the UK next week on the 20 July.
Dogwoof is proud to have 8 films screening at this years Melbourne International Film Festival. The festival will be held from the 2 to 9 August.
The Cannes Classic film The Eyes of Orson Welles screens at this year's Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
This is Congo had a successful opening in the US on Friday and has been picked up in publications such as The New York Times and LA Weekly.
Richard Miron’s first feature For The Birds is the latest title added to our slate of films following it’s world premiere at Sheffield Doc/Fest.
After taking six films up north to the UK's biggest documentary film we returned with three awards in tow.