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2015 documentaries

Citizenfour

This is the story of Citizenfour, an alias for Edward Snowden, the whistle blower who exposed many of the NSA's most guarded secrets VIA encrypted e-mail. As we watch citizenfour online we learn the story of why Edward Snowden went to such lengths to reach out to a reporter and have nu[...]

Indie Game: The Movie

GamingTechnology Presenter Lisanne Pajot 2015 Unrated

Following the journey of indie game developers as they create and release their work to the world. This documentary explores what it takes to reveal on only games but themselves to the world.

BBC Horizon - Are Video Games Really that bad?

The gaming industry is massive across the world, with more than 1.2 billion estimated to by playing right now. With such a popular industry there was always going to be some controversy against this $100 billion per year money maker. BBC horizon reveals that there is in fact a massive divide between[...]

When we left earth - The Shuttle

This documentary explores the history of the Space shuttle program which started off with Columbia's maiden voyage on April 12, 1981 which was just the first of many missions each with their own unique purpose to help us explore space and even to set up a permanent manne[...]

Universe or Multiverse - Quantum Physics

Are we living in a universe which is finite? If so where does it end and what is beyond that? In this documentary which is based on the book “the fabric of the cosmos”, we explore this incredibly deep and complex theory.

The secret

Conspiracy Presenter Drew Heriot 2015 Unrated

A documentary which looks into and reveals The Great Secret of the universe, a secret which has been passed down through generations for hundreds of years. It is supposedly the key to every one of your concerns and offers unlimited joy, health, money, love, youth. The secret features intervi[...]

Soaked in Bleach

Private investigator Tom grant who was hired by Courtney love after Kurt Cobain when missing in 1994. This documentary looks at the investigation from Tom Grants eyes as Cobain's body is found at their Seattle home. For the last 20 years Kurt Cobains suicide has been questioned; tom gran[...]

The Story Of Technoviking

Fuckparade, Berlin, 2000. A four minuet video of a man at the techno activism parade was uploaded to Youtube six years later and went viral around the world. The Techno Viking become famous with hundreds of millions of views on various websites and TV channels. This documentary is the story behin[...]

Which Universe Are We In?

This documentary explores the idea of multiple universes, and multiple instances of our own universe which are all running at the same time; according to the theory described here there is another universe where the Germans won world war 2 and where you are the president of the united states.&n[...]

The Inca: Masters of the Clouds - Ep 1 Foundations

The Inca: Masters of the Clouds Episode 1 of 2. Dr Jago Cooper from the British museum travels to Peru and Ecuador to the stunning areas of Machu Picchu and Cusco to look at the beginnings of the great Inca empire. The Inca managed to transform one of the most challenging and hostile envir[...]

Hearts & Minds

Be ready to be shocked by this hard-hitting reality documentary highlighting how America fought the Vietnam war in contrast to what they wanted in achieve politically. The background to this 1974 production is based on the recommendation of a report compiled in a study led b[...]

Colour: The Spectrum of Science Ep1 Colours of Earth

Planet Earth is the most colouful place that we know of, it is a huge part of what makes our home so special. But what is colour? And how has our peception of it shaped the history of our planet. In the first episode Dr Helen Czerski looks at how the earth was transformed from just another dry[...]

Britains Nuclear Secrets: Inside Sellafield

On a remote North west coast of England, lies one of the most secretive and controversial nucleur plants in the world, Sellafield. For decades its has been shrowded in conspiracy and secrecy, but for the first time in its history, they have allowed cameras into its grounds. Nucleur Ph[...]

The Final Frontier

For thousands of years humans have wanted to know what is out there in the night sky. Gathering an understanding of our place in the cosmos seems to be a fundamental part of human nature and in the last few hundred years we have made discoveries in leaps and bounds. Thousands of years ago people rel[...]

Building Hitlers Supergun

Building Hitlers Supergun: During the height of the second world war NAZI Germany had occupied most of western Europe. The only country that stood in its way was the United Kingdom which was something Hitler desperately wanted to change. After relentless bombing of strategic military targets such as[...]

Willy Messerschmitts Bf-109

The Messerschmitt Bf-109 can be classed as the first modern fighter plane. It was a sleek monoplane of all metal construction, with an enclosed cockpit and a retractable landing gear. The Bf-109 A was introduced in 1935 a year before the Spitfire and was a complete reve[...]

E:60 Reports: Sepp Blatter and FIFA

FIFA is a corporation which has seen controversy after controversy for years now. It was only since the FBI raided them in the states that any main stream attention has been focused on exposing the corruption within the organisation instead of it being swpet under the rug. Most attention has be[...]

Colour The Spectrum Of Science Season 1 Episode 3 – Beyond The Rainbow

Science Presenter Helen Czerski 2015 Unrated

In the third episode of this series, Dr Helen Czerski looks at the colours beyond the rainbow and the invisible world of infra-red and ultra-violet. While these wave froms of light are invisble to us, many animals in the animal kingdom can tap into them giving them a massive evolutionary advantage o[...]

Secrets of the Solar System

Our solar system in its current equilibrium is a rather quiet and orderly place where the planets are in stable orbits around the sun. New discoveries by astronomers are forcing scientists to reconsider how the solar system was formed. traditionally it has been thought that the planets were cre[...]

Oscar Pistorius: The Truth

Oscar Pistorious sky-rocketed into fame during the 2012 London olympics after achieving some incredible athletic achievements. Two years later he was in the worlds most watched court case for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp which happened on valentines day 2013. BBC investigative journa[...]

Hillsborough

Hillsborough documentary. A deeply harrowing account of how ninety six spectators attending a football match died as a result of the ineptitude of the Police in charge of controlling the crowd ...the Football Association who knew of previous crush problems associat[...]

Hillsborough part 2

A deeply harrowing account of how ninety six spectators attending a football match died as a result of the ineptitude of the Police in charge of controlling the crowd ...the Football Association who knew of previous crush problems associated with the Leppings Lane end a[...]

Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief (preview)

In this documentary “Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief”, Alex Gibney investigates into the inner workings of controversial Church of Scientology. The film is based on the book by Lawrence Wright and lays out Scientology bare for us all to see using knit tog[...]

Panorama - The Secrets of Scientology

ActivismSociety Presenter John Sweeney 2015 Unrated

John Sweeney takes us inside the church of Scientology to discover some of its distrubing secrets that are being uncovered in this documentary for the very first time. With the help of fromer church spokesman Mike Rinder they examine some of the techniques used by the Church in order to at[...]

A Life on Screen: Stephen Fry

Stephen Fry is a true national treasure. His talent knows no bounds thanks to his intelligence, whitt and acting prowess. In this documentary we look at a true legand of British television who celebrates 10 years of hosting the BAFTAs. From his breakthrough on television with his othe[...]

Murder Game: The Life and death of Breck Bednar

Documentary telling the story of Breck Bednar a teenage boy who was killed by Lewis Daynes who groomed him online. Breck Bednar was a 14 year old boy who loved playing computer games online and aspired to be a computer engineer when he left school. So when 19 year old Lewis daynes came along Brek th[...]

Gangs of El Salvador

The country of El Salvador will soon have the highest homicide rate in the world as is it is set to take over Honduras. In 2015 there were more than 5,700 murders here which is amazing when you consider that the country is home to 6 million people. When you break this figure down it e[...]

The Cleveland Strangler

Crime Presenter Wilbert L. Cooper 2015 Unrated

Between 2007 and 2009 11 or more black women on Clevelands east side were raped and killed. This documentary tells the story of what really happened and reveals the horrific evidence that the Cleveland Police department had to go through to get their conviction.   The man who committed th[...]

Banana Land: Blood, Bullets and Poison

For many the banna is a healthy snack on its own, a sweet part of a meal or simply a colorful fixture in the house. Bannas can only be grown in certain parts of the world known as the “banna lands” which makes for a lucrative business. While there are profits to be made the local people[...]

Making A Murderer: Episode 1

Crime Presenter Steven Avery 2015 Unrated

A documentary about a man who served 18 years in prison for a crime he never committed. A real life story about Steven Avery, born July 9, 1962, Manitowoc Wisconsin who is a DNA exoneree whist in the progress of exposing corruption in law enforcement discovered that he was the prime suspect in a dar[...]

Amy (preview)

A documentary about Amy Winehouse. This is the story about the life and death of one of the best singers of our generation explained in her own words and by the people most close to her. The film features unseen archival footage and tracks to tell her story.   Amy was one of the most gift[...]

Showgirl Style

Activism Presenter Wretched Productions 2015 Unrated

A documentary about the burlesque. When is a three-day retreat something entirely different? When it’s a burlesque retreat in the Central Sierra Nevadas. On Sept. 5-7 of 2015, Anni Boelyn of the internationally performing burlesque troupe The Kountry Kittens hosted a retreat in Twain Hart[...]

Cartel Land

Cartel land is a documentary about the war on drugs in Mexico. This war has been going on for years and has wreaked havoc across the country destroying the peace. With unprecedented access documentary film maker Matthew Heineman meets Jose Mireles, known to locals as “El  Doctor[...]

Calculating Ada: The Countess of Computing

A documentary about the history of the modern computer. Dr Hannah Fry tells the story of the unlikely genius Ada Lovelace who is responsive for creating the blueprint for the modern day computer which has totally transformed the world we live in.    Hannah explores the story of Ada a[...]

Johnny Cash: American Rebel

A documentary about the life and persona of Johnny Cash, one of Country musics most famous musicians. To tell the story the film uses a lot of archive footage as well as historical interviews with some of the people who knew Cash the most; Willie Nelson, Rodney Crowell, Rick Rubin and fami[...]

Adult Rappers

A documentary about a group of dedicated “working class” rappers who are in limbo between making a living and perusing their music career. Paul Iannacchino tells the story of rap which takes us to the true root of hip-hop lifestyle and culture. These rappers are not on MTV or even the ra[...]

FBI Undercover

Ever since September 11th the Federal Bureau of investigation has built a vast network of informants to tackle the problem of domestic terrorism. In this documentary the BBC follows Saeed 'Shariff' Torres who is an ex Black Panther (revolutionary black nationalist and socialist org[...]

Comet Catcher: Rosetta Landing

Comet Catcher tells the story of the historic landing of the probe Rosetta on comet 67P/Curyumov-Gerasimenko. The first stage of the mission was a massive achievement alone which put Rosetta in orbit around the comet, upon reaching this goal on November 12th 2014 after ten years of flight[...]

Dancing in the Dark: The End of Physics?

Scientists still do not know what the universe is really made of. Its true that we only fully understand how atoms work which from our point of view seems like a massive part of the universe since they are the building blocks of stars, planets and us, however the reality is that atoms only make up a[...]

Meru

Sport Presenter Jimmy Chin 2015 Unrated

Mountain climbing is a mission that is not for the faint hearted. In the documentary “Meru” we explore from a genuine point of view just what it takes to be a dedicated climber. The film provides a “candid” view which allows us to understand the in’s and outs of what it[...]

Heavy Load Transport through Nicaragua

Dangerous streets, vertiginous abysses, shaky bridges – to ensure electrical power supply Nicaragua experiences one of the most spectacular heavy loads of all times. On more than 150 km across the country, over 60 bridges and through volcano landscape, diesel engines with a weight of 300 compa[...]

Cash Slaves: Inside the Dystopian Fetish of Financial Domination

SocietySexuality Presenter Vice 2015
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in this day and age there is pretty much a fetish for anything if you look for it. In this Vice documentary we look into the world of “financial domination” which is a form of submission where the person is subjected to punishment in the form of women taking money from them. There is lit[...]

Storyville Exposed: Magicians, Psychics And Frauds

ConspiracyMystery Presenter Tyler Measom 2015 Unrated

Documentary looking at the life and work of one of the greatest magicians of his generation James ‘the amazing’ Randi. Randi worked as an illusionist and magician for over 50 years basing his work on perhaps the greatest magician of all time Harry Houdini. Working as escape artist he bec[...]

Heroin: Cape Cod (preview)

A documentary about Heroin use in the United States. heroin is one of the most addictive and deadly drugs in the world and it’s use is becoming more and more wide spread in the US with overdose deaths quadrupling in 2014 compared to what they were in 2001. The film focuses specifically on the[...]

Return of the Giant Killers: Africas Lion Kings

Lion documentary. Lions dominate the South African plains and are the number one predator for hundreds of kilometers around. In “Return of the Giant Killers: Africa's Lion Kings” we follow a pride of lions as the rainy season begins. A number of dramatic events will happen over the c[...]

Millionaire Basement Wars

Society Presenter James Dawson 2015
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Millionaire Basement Wars documentary. The basement building boom is in full swing as multinational millionaires are snapping up property within London’s most affluent districts such as Kensington and Mayfair to turn them into mega homes. For the property owners it is seen as a worth-while inv[...]

Deep Web

“Deep Web”, the story of how the internet in the hands of the wrong people has formed into a dangerous beast that is almost completely invisible. The internet as we know it to day was in fact conceived way back in the mid 20th century by pioneers who wanted to connect [...]

Where to Invade Next

Dubbed “Michael Moore’s most dangerous comedy” the documentary where to invade next takes a playful look into how the US can learn from other counties around the world as he “invades” them. The idea behind this light-hearted documentary film with a deep and signifi[...]

Life on the Reef: Summer

Life on the Reef, the epic three part documentary series presented by Rupert Ried following life living on some of the most amazing reef habitats in the world, from the Torres Straight to the great barrier reef. This episode looks at life on the great barrier reef during the summer; a tran[...]

The Most Dangerous Town on the Internet

The internet has the power to create both freedom and chaos. This documentary produced by Norton security and directed by Sean Dunne is about the “most dangerous town on the internet”, a quiet town in Romania which has a notorious history as “hackerville” since[...]

Anaconda: Silent Killer

AnimalReptile Presenter David O'Brien 2015 Unrated

Anaconda: Silent Killer. In the remote Amazon rainforest lives one of the most feared snakes in the world. The Anaconda. In this documentary film makers journey into unchartered parts of the largest Forrest in the world to uncover the secrets of the mythical reptile beast.   The rain[...]

How Britain Won the Space Race: The Story of Bernard Lovell and Jodrell Bank

Jodrell Bank documentary. In this film we follow the story of Sir Bernard Lovell and how Britain won the space race. The story starts in the early 20th century when Lovell was inspired to get involved in science after seeing and hearing two charged particle devices. It was at this moment forwar[...]

The Last Orangutan Eden

The Last Orangutan Eden, an Orangutan documentary exploring the conservation efforts to help save the primate in its last home in Northern Sumatra. The “person of the forest” as the name translates is a great Ape exclusive to Asia of which there are two species, the Bornean Orangutan and[...]

Bitcoin: The End of Money as We Know It

Bitcoin: The End of Money as We Know It is an award winning documentary film presented by John Barrett and directed by Torsten Hoffmann & Michael Watchulonis. The film analyses the rise of bitcoin currency, something that many people still know very little about around the world, it’s impl[...]

Psychedelic Britannia

MusicSociety Presenter Nigel Planer 2015 Unrated

Psychedelic Britannia, a documentary about what many people to be the most visionary period in British music history roughly between the years 1965 and 1970.  This was a generation that discovered the drug LSD which shaped popular culture like never before and allowed a small group of talented[...]

Stoked up in Stoke: Fighting Men

SocietySport Presenter bbc 2015
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Stoked up in Stoke: Fighting Men, A documentray about cage fighting which follows two cage fighters from Stoke-on-Trent, England during the tough eight weeks of training, overcoming injuries and battered egos, as they prepare for fight night. As the fight night approches we see that f[...]

Conor McGregor - The Notorious

A documentary about Conor McGregor (born 14 July 1988) who only a couple of years ago was collecting social welfare in his hometown of Dublin. Now he is the most famous name in the Ultimate Fighting Championship UFC. Mixed Martial Arts is considered to be the world's fas[...]

The Cross of the Moment

The Cross of the Moment is a 2015 documentary created by film maker Jacob Freydont-Attie about Earth’s the current environmental crisis. This feature length documentary film aims to elucidate the connecting dots between Fermi’s Paradox, climate change, capitalism, and coll[...]

The Great Math Mystery

Science Presenter Jay Sanders 2015 Unrated

“The Great Math Mystery”, a NOVA production documentary examining why we have culminated a supposed almost complete mathematical understanding of the world in which we live. For thousands of years human’s relied on the meaning of believing in god to answer questions[...]

NOVA: Chasing Pluto

ScienceSpace Presenter Craig Sechler 2015 Unrated

Almost everyone knows about the New Horizons space probe that was sent on a 10 ten year mission to the dwarf-planet Pluto, more than 3 billion miles away from Earth. On July 14, 2015, New Horizons made it epic closest approach to the mysterious body in the void. The NOVA produced documentary &l[...]

Tim Peake How to be an Astronaut

A 2015 BBC Horizon doc following the first British Astronaut to travel to the International space station 400km above the Earths surface. You have to be incredibly fortunate to be selected for the privilege of traveling to space, however the selection process is only the beginning of a rig[...]

Professor Green: Suicide and Me

Stephen Manderson, widely known by his rapper alias “Professor Green”, explores the serious suicide pandemic that has become a lot worse in recent times, not just in the UK but around the world. The documentary is a personal investigation as Stevens farther took his own life se[...]

An Open Secret

“An Open Secret”; Exposing the child sexual abuse in Hollywood. Amy Berg presents one of the first documentaries that targeted the huge amount of sexual exploitation which occurred in Hollywood and apparently still happens to this day.   Berg decided to make the docu[...]

Hunting Hitler Season 1

Hunting Hilter is a 2015 documentary series which focuses on investigating certain conspiracy theories surrounding the demise of the führer of Germany Adolf Hitler. In the closing stages of World War 2, Hitler besieged himself in an underground government bunker in the Heart of B[...]

Cleopatra A Timewatch Guide

  Historian Vanessa Collinridge explores how the legend of Cleopatra has changed over the years, from Roman propaganda to the works of Shakespeare in this Cleopatra documentary. Cleopatra's image has been subject to myth, cliche and propaganda over the years, was set in stone a[...]

Bumps: A Mogul Skiing Documentary

Sport Presenter Zac Hoffman 2015 Unrated

  A film about mogul skiing directed by fellow skier Zac Hoffman which shows the beauty of the sport and the burning passion in the small, yet dedicated community. The sport is growing in popularity thanks to being featured in the winter Olympics which is where Zak competes as a part of[...]

A Very British Brothel

  A Very British Brothel goes behind the scenes of one of the most popular massage parlours in Sheffield called City Suna ran by mother and daughter duo Kath, 54, and Jenni, 28. Established in 1985, the brothel has been serving clients for all kinds of sexual services including “c[...]

Facebookistan

Facebookistan is a study of the site facebook.com which has the policy to ensure that it's users are "open and connected". With a user base of more than a billion and a half users, this policy has caught on extraordinary well over the last 15 years it's of existence, but is th[...]

King Arthur's Britain

A new King Arthur documentary shedding new light on this historic British figure like never before. Francis Pryor argues that Britain's early history was a vibrant period when the island thrived under foreign influences from as far afield as the Middle East without losing any cultural[...]

Stacey Dooley Investigates: The Cannabis smugglers

SocietyDrugs Presenter Stacey Dooley 2015 Unrated

  In the third episode of a six-part documentary series “Stacey Dooley Investigates” about the war on drugs, British investigative journalist Stacey Dooley travels to the state of Swaziland in  Southern Africa to meet with farmers who are growing some incredibly potent weed.[...]

Sex Slaves of Bangladesh

Crime Presenter Vice 2015 Unrated

  A Vice documentary showing the grim world of the sex slave trade in Bangladesh. The film shows that there are a huge number of women who are victims of sexual slavery, whether that is being kidnapped and simply sold or imprisoned and worked as a prostitute. There is no doubt that[...]

Sugar Coated

  Is sugar the new tobacco? This is a question that Michèle Hozer asks for her 2015 documentary Sugar Coated which investigates how the food industry quashed hard science and stopped us talking about the toxicity of sugar.   The story begins back in the 70's during a se[...]

Racing Extinction

  Racing Extinction is a 2015 documentary by Greek-American photographer Louie Psihoyos (The Cove) which brings to attention the mass extinction of plant and animal life prominently caused by the growing number of humans on planet Earth.   Using never before seen imagery and inter[...]

The Choice is Ours

  "The Choice is Ours" documentary directed by Roxanne Meadows shows an optimistic vision of the world if we apply science & technology for the benefit of all people and the environment.   The film is an advocation of sustainable technologies which will ensure our fu[...]

Programming of Life 2: EARTH

Conspiracy Presenter Jason LaBarge 2015 Unrated

  Programming of Life 2: EARTH, is the follow-up to the popular documentary "Programming of life" by Jason LaBarge which examines the delicate balance of life on Earth.   The film shows how small changes in the orchestra of variables which make life possible can have a h[...]

The Arrivals

MysterySociety Presenter Noreagaaa 2015 Unrated

  The Arrivals gets the Docur award for the longest feature documentary. At 8 hours in length, this film is split into 50 chapters and covers the arrival of the antichrist Antichrist Dajjal, Imam Al-Mahdi and the second coming of Christ.   To complete this analysis the Arrivals do[...]

The Lie We Live

Environment Presenter Spencer Cathcart 2015 Unrated

  The Lie We Live is a very short (8min) environmental documentary by Spencer Cathcart that calls the world to wake up and start existing. It’s a rarity that such a short documentary would find it’s way into this website but while the message is not great in length it d[...]

Requiem for the American Dream

Requiem for the American Dream, a 2010 biographical documentary film directed by Peter Hutchison and Kelly Nyks which focuses on the concentration of wealth and power and how we came to the current status-quo.   The film centres around American linguist and activist Noam Chomsky who has w[...]

The Hunt for Ted Bundy

Crime Presenter Kathleen Garrett 2015 Unrated

  This Ted Bundy documentary brings us a close account of how this notorious American serial killer was brought to justice.   Told through personal interviews with police officers who were working on the Bundy case, The Hunt for Ted Bundy explains many untold stories with n[...]

The Secret Rules of Modern Living: Algorithms

  Marcus du Sautoy hosts The Secret Rules of Modern Living: Algorithms, a 2015 BBC science documentary which aims to unravel mysteries surrounding these instructions.   Today almost everything we do is controlled by an algorithm since most of us depend on electronic devices to liv[...]

Twin Sisters: A World Apart

  Twin Sisters: A World Apart, a 2015 documentary by Mona Friis Bertheussen which tells the amazing story of two twins who were born in China but now live with adoptive parents on opposite sides of the world.   In 2003 Mia and Alexandra were found abandoned in a cardboard box and[...]

The Trouble with Space Junk

SpaceScience Presenter David Stewart 2015 Unrated

  Ever since the space-race in the 1960's, we have been putting all kinds of objects into low and high earth orbit. When first launched these satellites have performed all kinds of tasks from being communication satellites to running scientific experiments. Once their use has expired or[...]

Earth's Natural Wonders - Living on the Edge

Nature Presenter Oliver Colman 2015 Unrated

Earth's Natural Wonders takes across the planet to see some of the most amazing natural spectacles, with narration by British actor Oliver Colman.   In part one, titled "Extreme Wonders", the documentary takes us to Victoria Falls, The Grand Canyon and Mount Everest. Three c[...]

70 Million Animal Mummies: Egypt's Dark Secret

  The Ancient Egyptians believed that the mummification process was a way of passage into the after-life, it turns out that they not only mummified humans but animals too.   70 Million Animal Mummies have been discovered in Egypt since the 19th century. Now researchers from Manche[...]

Are Health Tests Really a Good Idea

  In the 2015 BBC Horizon documentary Are Health Tests Really a Good Idea, Michael Mosley puts himself through a battery of health tests available to people who feel perfectly well. From an expensive heart scan to a new national screening procedure to detect the earliest signs of bowel cance[...]

Billions in Change

  The Billions in Change documentary is based on the corporation led by Manoj Bhargava with the same name which is dedicated to developing and providing technology to third world countries and bring an end to poverty.   Billions in Change focuses on aiding four basic human needs,[...]

The Fear of 13

CrimeBiography Presenter David Sington 2015 Unrated

  The Fear of 13, a film by David Sington (In the Shadow of the Moon) which tells the story of Nick Yarris, who spent 22 years on death row after being convicted of murder at the age of 21 in 1982.   After decades behind bars, he made the conscious request that all appeals for his[...]

Deprogrammed

Activism Presenter Mia Donovan 2015
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Cults have been around for thousands of years, but what do we really mean by this term? Sure, you can have a "cult" movie which has a dedicated fanbase, like Pulp Fiction, but mostly when referring to a cult, especially on a documentary site like this we are referring to the more sinister[...]

Rich, Russian and Living in London

Society Presenter Seva Novgorodsev 2015 Unrated

Rich, Russian and Living in London, a 2015 society documentary hosted by BBC Russia radio presenter Seva Novgorodsev about the richest people who own property in London. Who are the super-rich Russian elite who have chosen to make London their home? Why have they favoured the capital[...]

Cam Girlz

SexualityInternet Presenter Sean Dunne 2015 Unrated

Cam Girlz, a 2015 documentary directed by American filmmaker Sean Dunne which goes behind the scenes of the webcamming cyber world and looks at this line of work from a positive perspective.   Cam girls work on adult cam sites such as the popular chaturbate.com or by more direct means per[...]

The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst

Crime Presenter Andrew Jarecki 2015 Unrated

The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst, a 2015 crime documentary mini-series by director Andrew Jarecki (producer of Capturing the Friedmans) about American real estate heir Robert Durst from New York who was accused of the murder of Susan Berman in 2000.   The film begins w[...]

Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine

American filmmaker Alex Gibney explores the personal life of Steve Jobs in this 2015 documentary "The Man in the Machine".   Jobs is easily one of the most important people in the history of computing, for the products he helped develop were ergonomic and desirable as well as be[...]

The Mask You Live In

Society Presenter Jennifer Siebel Newsom 2015 Unrated

The Mask You Live In follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating Americas (and the rest of the worlds) narrow definition of masculinity. More than just an analysis of the harmful notions of masculinity, the documentary also talks about what can[...]

Tell Spring Not to Come This Year

Tell Spring Not to Come This Year, a 2015 documentary about the Afghanistan war by Saeed Taji Farouky and Michael McEvoy.  It is a story told through the eyes of the Afghan people.   Many documentaries about the war in Afghanistan are shown from the point of view of the American and[...]

Mountain Lions: Big Cats in High Places

David Attenborough takes us into the wilderness of North America in this 2015 documentary "Mountain Lions: Big Cats in High Places" to reveal the true nature of the continents big cat.   The film follows two families of Mountain Lions set on the fabulous backdrop of the Rocky Mo[...]

Reggie Yates' Extreme, South Africa

Society Presenter Reggie Yates 2015
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In this documentary series British actor and TV presenter, Reggie Yates shows us a side of South Africa we do not usually see as he gets up close and personal with three communities who have an "extreme" way of living in South Africa.   1: Since the end of Apartheid in 1991 unde[...]

Only the Dead

Only the Dead, a 2015 biographical war documentary following the experiences of Australian journalist Michael Ware beginning from his time as a rookie correspondent in the early days of the Iraq war.   The film captures the horrific violence Michael witnessed while reporting from the epic[...]