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Folkestone Doc Club

Doc Club brings you the latest documentaries along with regular director Q&As, panel discussions, or special events. Tickets are £6, or £5 for concessions and Silver/Gold members.

The Folkestone Documentary Festival also returns for its third edition from the 19th to 22nd October 2023 with 12 great films, masterclasses, and an Opening Night Party. Early Bird Festival Passes give full access to all events, and are available here.

Doc Club Screenings

Performance Type

Standard Show
Pocket Money
Film Club
Special Event
Autism Friendly
Baby Friendly

Performance Status

On Sale Soon
Online Sales Closed
Last Few Seats
Sold Out

Accessibility Availability

Wheelchair Accessible
Assistive Listening
Audio Description
Subtitled Show
Autism Friendly Show

Please note that our opening hours change every week. For standard shows, our doors open 20-30 minutes before each performance time. Film Club shows open at 10:00am.

For standard shows, screen adverts are usually only 10-15 minutes long, with films starting soon after the performance time. Other show types may have shorter adverts, or none. We recommend you arrive before the performance time shown on our website, otherwise we may not be able to admit you.

SubjectCertificate 15

Certificate 15
Wheelchair Accessible Assistive Listening Available Audio Description Available

Directed by Camilla Hall, Jennifer Tiexiera • Starring Arthur Agee, Mukunda Angulo, Elaine Friedman • 97 mins • Certificate 15

Subject focuses on the ethics and responsibility inherent in documentary filmmaking. It examines well-known documentaries of the past decade and reveals the impact their commercial success has had on the lives of the onscreen subjects.

Certificate 15No-one younger than 15 will be admitted. Proof of age may be required.

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Wed 21st Jun