Bertha Dochouse – May Programme

Art & Culture

Bertha Dochouse, London's best venue for catching the latest and greatest documentaries has just released their film schedule for May. This month features the UK premiere of 'The Man Who Saved The World' along with a bunch of behind the scenes documentaries of some of the greatest art galleries in the world. 

'India's Daughter' will continue to run whilst newbies 'The Exhibitionists', 'Heaven Adores You', 'Argerich', 'Lambert And Stamp', 'We Are Many', 'A Fuller Life' and 'The Supreme Price' fill out the rest of the programme. 

'The Exhibitionists' features the curators of four of the world's greatest galleries uncovering the processes and workings of each institution. The four galleries presented are: The Great Museum, National Gallery, The New Rijksmuseum and The Hermitage Museum.

The UK premiere of 'The Man Who Saved The World' is the story of Stanislav Petrov who single-handedly averted a full-scale Nuclear World War in 1983. 

'Heaven Adores You' is an intimate reflection on the life and music of Elliott Smith (1969-2003) that brings together his closest confidantes and collaborators to create a fascinating and elegant tribute to one of our generation's most gifted songwriters.

'Lambert And Stamp' is the inside story of Chris Stamp and Kit Lambert, aspiring film directors from opposite sides of the tracks who form an unlikely partnership to find a rock band for their movie, leading them to discover, mentor and manage the iconic band that would become The Who.

For tickets and programme information head to the Bertha Dochouse website.