Here is another fine initiative that enables you to watch documentaries from the UK online. Let the Scottish Film Institute make their own presentation:
”SDI is an internationally recognised documentary research centre at Edinburgh College of Art specialised in documentary training, production and distribution. It was set up in 2004. Our aim is to stimulate and inspire the documentary scene in Scotland and beyond through focus on creative excellence and unashamed international outlook...
Our films have played at major film festivals, such as Sundance, Cannes, Hotdocs, Tribeca, Full Frame, Silverdocs, IDFA, Cinema du Reel, Vision du Reel, Leipzig and have picked up major awards and nominations.”
On the new site of SDI it is possible to watch several short documentaries from the Bridging the Gap series. I watched Astrid Bussink’s 8 minutes long film ”Upside Down”, based on the letters that Rudolf Hess wrote to his family about his flight to Scotland in 1941 and written from the Spandau prison, where he was until his death. An excellent visual interpretation.