car Documentaries

Revenge of the Electric Car

2011 Unrated

Revenge of the Electric Car, a 2011 documentary within which director Chris Paine takes his film crew behind the closed doors of Nissan, GM, and the Silicon Valley start-up Tesla Motors to chronicle the story of the global resurgence of electric cars.   This documentary is a follow-up to[...]



  DRIVE, the result of a three year Big hART project filmed on the North West Coast of Tasmania by Australian filmmakers Telen Rodwell, Bronwyn Purvis and Scott Rankin about autocide and risktaking on the roads.

Gypsy Rose Lowrider Legend

2017 Unrated

California is known for it’s vibrant car subculture and the most famous of them all is the lowrider scene. This documentary interviews people who started the movement back in the 1960’s and talks about how and why it all happened as well as some of misconceptions associated with the[...]

Who Killed the Electric Car?


Who Killed the Electric Car? Back in 1996, electric cars were the real buzz. You’d see them cruising down the streets quietly without any exhaust fumes coming out the back. Ten years later, these cars were destroyed and have become a thing of the past. Whatever happened to the electric ca[...]

Roger & Me (preview)


Roger and me is the first documentary produced by the world renowned film producer Michael More. In this film Michael Moore chases the CEO of General motors in the quest for answers about the closure of the car making planet in Flint, Michigan. Flint is Michaels hometown so the story was import[...]

Madness on Wheels: Rallyings Craziest Years


Madness on Wheels: Rallying's Craziest Years. Back in the 1980’s rally was more popular than formula 1 in a large part thanks to the “Group B” cars which was essentially a de-restricted class allowing competing manufacturers to build ever more beastly machines in the striv[...]

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