New documentaries

A collection of new documentaries added to Docur. Last update July 25, 2018 @ 11:55 AM


Lemmy, a 2010 feature-length documentary film by Greg Olliver and Wes Orshoski about the life and career of rock music legend Ian Fraser Kilmister, better known by his stage name Lemmy.   Lemmy (24 December 1945 – 28 December 2015), from Stoke-on-Trent, England founded the rock band[...]

True Life Stories: Kanye West

The 2018 True Life Stories: Kanye West documentary film tells the story of rapper Kanye's journey to incredible success in this music industry.   The journey really became a reality when Kanye released his debut album "The College Dropout" in 2004 when he was 27. This marked[...]

Gangland: Grooming

Gangland: Grooming, the beginning of a 2018 follow-up documentary series to the original 2016 "Gangland" by Channel 5 which explores the dark and dangerous world of Britain's gang culture.   This Gangland episode focuses on grooming gangs, a pandemic of organised crime spann[...]

Our Last Invention: Nanotechnology

ScienceTechnology Presenter 2014

A short nanotechnology documentary film. Nanotech is manipulation of matter on an atomic. Meaning, its a building block used for building something one atom at a time.

Britain's Most Historic Towns

History Presenter Alice Roberts 2018

The 2018 Britain's Most Historic Towns documentary narrated by British Anatomist Alice Roberts looks at the history of Britain through its towns.   Britain has a long, ancient history and today some towns still exude their origins: York – Britain's Most Viking Town. Winc[...]

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey - Neil DeGrasse Tyson

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, a ground-breaking 13-part documentary series narrated by American Astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson looking at many aspects of what we have learned about the very nature of reality.   The series is a direct follow up to the landmark documentary "Cos[...]

Cosmos: A Personal Voyage - Carl Sagan

Science Presenter Carl Sagan 1980

Cosmos with Carl Sagan makes one think deeply about the very fundamentals of our universe. Carl is one of the most well-known scientists in the world because of his ability to popularise scientific subjects by giving them profound meaning, a skill he demonstrates extensively in this documentary seri[...]

Testing Tolerance

Society Presenter Aleksandr Avilov 2018 Unrated

The Testing Tolerance documentary film by Aleksandr Avilov for the news network Russia Today looks at how the people of Sweden are feeling about the enormous influx of immigrants coming to the country.   Millions have come to find a better life in Sweden over the last few years. They have[...]

The Hobbit Enigma

ScienceArchaeology Presenter Simon Nasht 2008 Unrated

The 2008 "The Hobbit Enigma" documentary by Simon Nasht and Annamaria Talas investigates the possibility of a new species of human having been found.   This remarkable possibility stems from the discovery of a human-like skeleton on the Indonesian island of Flores in 2003. The t[...]

On Board Air Force One

This Air Force One documentary takes us on board one of the most iconic aircraft in operation. Air Force One is the official transport vehicle for the president of the United States and is a Boeing VC-25 which has been operational since 1987. Not only does it take the president to important meetings[...]

Mein liebster Feind - Klaus Kinski (My Best Fiend)

My Best Fiend (original title in German – Mein Liebster Feind - Klaus Kinski) is a documentary made in 1999 by German filmmaker Werner Herzog, about his friend and colleague, actor Klaus Kinski.

Deliver Us from Evil

Crime Presenter Amy Berg 2006

The 2006 Deliver Us from Evil documentary film by Amy J. Berg (An Open Secret) covers sex abuse cases in the Roman Catholic Church.   Specifically, the film looks at rape and molestation cases involving 25 child victims from Northern California during the late 1970's though[...]

Lost in La Mancha

Art Presenter Jeff Bridges 2002 Unrated

Lost in La Mancha, a 2002 documentary about a film that ending up taking over a decade to finish after a doomed first attempt narrated by Jeff Bridges (The Big Lebowski).   This film is "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" directed by Terry Gilliam. While Gilliam had a seemingly mas[...]

Finding Vivian Maier

The 2013 Finding Vivian Maier documentary film directed by John Maloof and Charlie Siskel tells the story of one of the greatest street photographers to have ever lived. Her talent was never really discovered until two years before her death as many of her photographs were never exhibited or shown a[...]

Free to Play

Gaming Presenter 2014

The 2014 Free to Play documentary film produced by video game company Valve follows three gamers as they compete for a life-changing prize: $1,000,000.   The film takes a close look at the lives of Benedict "hyhy" Lim, Danil "Dendi" Ishutin and Clinton "Fear"[...]


Art Presenter Wim Wenders 2011

The 2011 Pina documentary by German filmmaker Wim Wenders pays tribute to the famous choreographer, Pina Bausch.   Since the 1970's Bausch is considered to be one of the most influential figures in modern ballet and dance choreography. "Pina" celebrates her artistic style by[...]

Love and Drugs on the Street: Girls Sleeping Rough

CrimeDrugsSociety Presenter 2017

Love and Drugs on the Street: Girls Sleeping Rough, a 9-part documentary series looking into the lives of young women who lead a life on the streets of Brighton, England.   In the film, we see how these women, often mothers, cope with homeless life and in some cases struggle with drug add[...]


Society Presenter Bill Maher 2008

The 2008 Religulous documentary by American comedian and political commentator Bill Maher takes a look at the state of religion around the world.   Maher grew up in a religious family as his mother is Jewish and his father Catholic. Despite growing up with Catholicism he is very sceptical[...]