A collection of new documentaries added to Docur. Last update October 29, 2018 @ 02:47 PM
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay travels around the world, to tell the truth about the global cocaine trade, from the jungles of Cambodia to the streets of Britain. Britain has the largest use of the drug in Europe, which has affected the lives of thousands of people including Gordan personally.
Hometown is a 2018 documentary by filmmaker Brandon Lavoie that takes an intimate look at America's current opioid epidemic. Seen through the eyes of a mother and the lens of a small town.
2nd Platoon Still Fighting: More than a decade after leaving Iraq a group of former US soldiers talk about still struggling to fit back into society. In 2007 the BBC captured them fighting in Bagdad at the most intense period of the Iraq war. The programme discovers they have been facing new struggl[...]
The Ex Neo-Nazi Transgender Woman is a 2018 Vice documentary film following the story of Dajana Pospiš from Serbia. For years Dajana was a hardcore member of the far-right National Front and waged war against Serbia's queer community. He was sent to prison for insight religio[...]
The Endless Summer 2 is a 1994 sequel by Bruce Brown to his 1966 surfing documentary The Endless Summer. The film showcases how surfing has progressed since the 60's, specifically with the rising popularity of shortboards and big wave surfing in South Africa and Costa Rica. As well[...]
In Ghosts of the Abyss actor Bill Paxton and director James Cameron travel 12,500 feet below the ocean surface to the final resting place of the "ship of dreams", Titanic. This documentary features amazing footage of the Titanic nearly 100 years after it sunk as well as detail[...]
The God Who Wasn't There is a 2005 documentary by Brian Flemming, which begins with asking a simple question; did Jesus exist? To answer this Flemming examines the New Testament of the Bible in great detail as well as early earlier elements of Christianity. What Brian uncovers is un[...]
The Iron Maiden: Flight 666 documentary by Sam Dunn and Scot McFadyen chronicles the historic 2008 world tour by English heavy metal band Iron Maiden. The film follows the band as they fly around the world in a jet piloted by their frontman Bruce Dickinson and presents the footage in ch[...]
The Times of Harvey Milk is a historical documentary made in 1984 by Rob Epstein documenting the life and political career of Harvey Milk. Harvey Milk was the first elected openly-gay official in the history of California, having been elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. H[...]
Best of Enemies: Buckley vs. Vidal is a 2015 documentary by Robert Gordon and Morgan Neville, which looks at a series of televised debates in 1968 between liberal Gore Vidal and conservative William F. Buckley. This political battle attracted millions of viewers in the run-up to the pre[...]
Employees Leaving the Lumière Factory, a short black and white film made in 1895 by French cinematographer Louis Lumière, one of the worlds first filmmakers. The movie simply shows people leaving a factory in France. Never the less it is considered by experts to be the wor[...]
Dollar Heroes: North Korea runs the worlds most infamous and largest forced labour systems. Due to increased sanctions on the regime, it has increased selling its own people to work as labourers around the world, mainly in China and Russia. This is all to prop up Kim Jong-un, who has or[...]
The Monsanto Papers, a 2018 documentary published by ABC News Australia exposing secret tactics used by the Monsanto Corporation to ensure the continuation of its multi-billion-dollar operation. Monsanto's number one product is Roundup®, representing around 50% of the company[...]
Operation Bridge Rescue: Follow the race to rebuild the Old Blenheim Bridge in New York State, an icon of 19th-century American engineering, destroyed by Hurricane Irene in 2011. Watch a team of elite craftsmen faithfully reproduce the massive, intricate wooden structure under gruelling time pressur[...]
Tachimawari Fight Scenes is a 2018 documentary film hosted by actor Kazutaro Nakamura about the art of fight scenes in Japanese movies. Explore the intricate tachimawari or fight scenes of kabuki plays. Actor Kazutaro Nakamura is joined by a tateshi or action choreographer.
Powers of Ten, a short scientific essay published in 1977 by IBM examining different scales within the universe. The scale begins with a view of the entire known universe, with each subsequent shot progressively zooming in until we are observing subatomic particles that make up the hand[...]
The 2017 A Year in Space documentary follows American astronaut Scott Kelly on his year-long mission onboard the International Space Station (ISS). One of the main objectives of Kelly's mission was to compare how living in space for such a long time affected his body in comparison t[...]