New documentaries

A collection of new documentaries added to Docur. Last update September 20, 2018 @ 10:19 PM

AIDS Inc

AIDS Inc. is a feature-length 2007 documentary by well known American AIDS denialist and alternative medicine advocate Gary Null, the film asserts that the pharmaceutical industry spreads fear and misconceptions about HIV and AIDS in order to continue to profit from the multi-billion dollar ind[...]

When Bankers Were Good

When Bankers Were Good is a one hour long documentary by popular British satirist and writer Ian Hislop about Victorian financiers. Bankers during that era achieved unprecedented levels of success but many were not entirely comfortable with their wealth at a time of great wealth disparity and a[...]

Ireland’s Secret Cults

Society Presenter 2011 Unrated

Ireland’s Secret Cults is a 2011 Irish TV documentary which sees reporters Michael Ryan and Ciara Doherty lifting the lid on various secretive religious cults operating in Ireland,  the best known of which is of course Scientology. Ireland has always had a reputation as a highly[...]

Inside a Trader’s Brain

Inside a Trader’s Brain is a 2015 documentary which tells us how neuroscientists have begun to scrutinize the brains of Wall Street traders to try and understand what makes a successful trader, what makes an unsuccessful one, and to try and better understand what makes some traders g[...]

The Real Secrets Hidden in Antarctica... Revealed

Conspiracy Presenter Truthstream Media 2017 Unrated

Antarctica is the worlds fifth largest continent-spanning a staggering 14 million square kilometres and is the most southerly point on Earth.   This ice-covered landmass features the most inhospitable weather conditions anywhere on the planet with temperatures as low as -89.6°C and wi[...]

Enlightenment Now, The Awakening of Humanity

The world's leading spiritual masters, yogis and gurus explain what enlightenment is and how to attain it. A summary of all the various forms of yoga and meditation, including interviews with such luminaries as Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudeva, the Maharishi and the Maharaj, various[...]

Newcastle: Super Strength Ecstasy

CrimeDrugsSociety Presenter 2016 Unrated

Newcastle: Super-strength Ecstasy is an episode of the 2016 BBC Three series Drugs Map of Britain, it explores the new generation of ecstasy users and focuses on a group of students in Newcastle who take the drug. The students were all born in the 1990’s and refer to themselves as The Children[...]

Fallen Angels, True Cost of Sex Tourism: Philippine's Fatherless Kid

SexualitySociety Presenter 2016 Unrated

A 2016 RT (Russia Today) documentary exploring the phenomenon of children created by sex tourism. Angeles City is a well-known destination for Western sex tourists, a legacy of the time when there was an American air base near to the city and mostly retired and mostly American men still visit the ci[...]

Dying For Weed

Drugs Presenter 2016 Unrated

Marijuana has been legalised for medical use in 50 American states, but in the United Kingdom the drug remains completely illegal and that doesn’t look like changing anytime soon and the UK government have decided that marijuana has no therapeutic value. That doesn’t stop people from sel[...]

Ria: Diary of a Teen Transsexual

Sexuality Presenter 2012 Unrated

Sixteen-year-old Rihanna Cooper from Hull is just like most other British girls of her age, she drinks too much, is into casual sex, and has had her heart broken by handsome older men. But Rihanna’s real name is Bradley, and she isn’t really a girl. Bradley has been living as Rihanna sin[...]

Beyond The Cloud

Health & Medical Presenter 2016 Unrated

Beyond the Cloud is a 2016 French documentary co-produced by Vapexpo and the Vaping Post which was officially released straight to YouTube in full length for free viewing, the film takes the viewer on an international through several countries including America, France and Switzerland to explore vap[...]

The Tobacco Conspiracy

The Tobacco Conspiracy: The Backroom Deals of a Deadly Industry is a 2007 documentary by French-Canadian documentary filmmaker Nadia Collot who investigated the tobacco industry for three years and uncovered lies and fraud from the big tobacco companies. The film was funded by Kuiv Productions and t[...]

Welcome Back, Big Tobacco

In recent years the biggest tobacco companies in the world have been taking a big beating, with millions of smokers switching to a cheaper and healthier alternative. The emergence of the electronic cigarette has been great news for the health of the nicotine addict, and the health of their wallet to[...]

Sex, Lies, and Cigarettes

Vanguard reporter Christof Putzel heads to Indonesia to explore the phenomenon of young children smoking cigarettes, with their parents apparently more than happy to supply them with cigarettes. Somehow the tobacco industry has managed to convince everyday Indonesians that smoking doesn’t caus[...]

The Blair Years

The Blair Years is a three-part 2008 BBC series which gives a unique account of Tony Blair’s ten years as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1997 to 2007. The series consisted of three one hour long episodes, the first an overview of his ten years as Prime Minister and his often straine[...]

How to Commit the Perfect Murder

Crime Presenter Simon Gregor 2007
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A one hour long BBC Horizon episode from 2007 which looks into whether it is still possible in the age of cutting-edge forensics to commit the perfect murder without getting caught, the show was produced with the help of some of Britain’s leading forensic scientists and uses real-life murder i[...]

Murder: No Apparent Motive

Crime Presenter Imre Horvath 1984 Unrated

Murder: No Apparent Motive is a 75 minute long 1984 documentary about serial killers and FBI Behavioral Sciences Profilers who seek to dissect the minds of serial killers in order to better understand what makes them tick, their modus operandi, and to help develop patterns which can help them to app[...]

T.Rex: Warrior or Wimp?

AnimalScience Presenter Jack Fortune 2004 Unrated

As kids when we learn about dinosaurs, or first watch Jurassic Park, we are led to believe that the Tyrannosaurus Rex was the most ferocious predator of the dinosaur world and the species is usually cast as the psychopathic bully. But is that reputation fair on the T. Rex? He was the largest carnivo[...]