TATE - CARING FOR ART DURING COVID
In this film, hear from art handlers and registrars as they discuss the challenges of transporting and installing artworks during the coronavirus crisis. Watch conservators, technicians and photographers prepare artworks for display with new protective measures and discover how they are adapting processes to continue to allow visitors safe access to artworks, library, and archive items in our Library, Archive and Prints and Drawings Rooms.
BODY OF OUR OWN
A documentary around the Hijra community in Bangladesh.
Four young Hijras in Dhaka reclaim their stories by sharing firsthand their fight for acceptance in a society that has, for generations, violently discriminated against them.
THE COWFOOT PRINCE
A documentary that follows Usifu Jalloh, a Sierra Leonean storyteller, from his adopted home in London back to the village where he was born.
The journey charts his complex relationship with the country that is responsible both for the execution of his father, and the inherited skills and wisdom he uses to make sense of the world.
NOW THAT I CAN
An intimate portrait of Diego, a 28 years old man who spent his life with the Colombian guerrilla group FARC. The documentary follows him as he finishes a reintegration program and tries to adjust to civilian life.
THE WORLD IS SO BIG
A documentary that follows Catherin in her day to day life living with autism.
An abstract documentary about the preparation it takes to become a Hip Hop dancer.
THE NATURE OF TIME
A documentary that explores how we examine time through the use of entropy and how it uncovers many unanswered questions of how the universe exists.
Directed by William Brooke
Produced by Edith Greaves
Filmed by Lily Grimes