8 Billion Lives
Platform for short documentary films that feature a day in the life of a real person.
A Secret Legacy
Still in the making this movie seeks to document the extraordinary story of the Cuban Exile pilots and the Congo Crisis.
Addicted to Fame
The movie tells the unbelievable story about Anna Nicole Smith's last movie and the careers it nearly ruined.
Uncovers the hidden secrets of the tobacco industry and tells the true story of whistleblower Victor DeNoble.
Ain't In It For My Health
Documentary film tells the story of the life and music of rock and rolls first singing drummer Levon Helm and his association with "The Band." Directed by Jacob Hatley.
Mads Brugger along with producers Peter Aalbæk Jensen, Peter Garde, Peter Engel, Carsten Holst exposes corruption Central Africa.
The Art of Flight
Follow the adventures of snowboarding masters as they push themselves in this exhilarating sport.
Film that documents the longest running traditional Irish seisiun in the New York City.
Beauty is Embarrassing
Iconic artist, illustrator, puppeteer, art director, and fine art painter Wayne White is explored in this inspiring film.
Bert Stern: Original Madman
Interesting story of photographer Bert Stern who achieved celebrity status due to his work and lifestyle.
Beware Of Mr. Baker
Documentary that follows the latest 30 date European sold out tour by the ginger-haired wild man.
The Big Uneasy
Intriguing documentary exploring the role of the Army Corp of Engineers in the disaster that was Katrina.
Tony Hawk, Mike McGill, Rodney Mullen, Lance Mountain, Steve Caballero, and Tommy Guerrero star in this autobiographical story of how hobby skateboarders took the sport to a new level.
Documentary about the battle over illegal immigration and border security.
Heartbreaking tale of the choices that being in poverty in Thai land gives. Young girls are taught to box in order to support their families.
Film that asks explores the question of whether we are over inundated with media of all kinds.
Comrade Kim Goes Flying
Achieving a dream is not always easy, as Kim a 28 year old Korean coal miner finds out. From directors Anja Daelemans and Nicholas Bonner.
Features documentary films on spiritual awareness, evolutionary impulse, religion and belief, science, communities, education and culture, health, environment and culture, transcendent visions, and social progress.
Company offers casting subjects for documentary television as well as other production services.
Online resource dedicated to the art and craft of documentary filmmaking.
Community for documentary filmmakers who share information, leads, ideas, and a commitment to support each other's growth as nonfiction filmmakers. Includes history and resources.
Offers master’s program in documentary production. Includes course descriptions and curriculum details.
Collection of documentaries in the categories of art, biography, nature, science, history, and medicine.
Covers the restaurant in its glory days. Created by Spanish chef Ferran Adria who takes cooking and combines it with science.
Features a collection of photos and film documentaries by Harvey Richards.
The Eye Has To Travel
Documentary film about Diana Vreeland, one of the most influential women in the 20th century.
Family Portrait in Black and White
Julia Ivanova created this documentary about a Ukrainian women who takes in 17 bi-racial children and how she raises them, communal style.
Fat Sick and Nearly Dead
Joe Cross documents his fight with obesity as he travels across the country and embarks on achieving a better lifestyle.
Fire From the Heartland
Film presenting the awakening of the conservative woman at a crossroads with the direction of the country.
Fools On The Hill
Jerrol LeBaron attempts to get politicians to start doing their jobs and to fix the broken political process.
Free Documentary TV
Offers free documentaries on a wide variety of topics including politics, religion, science, sports, and conspiracies.
Free Thinking Films
Presentation of alternative conservative/libertarian films that really make the public think, by risk-taking documentarians.
The Happy Movie
Roko Belic searches for the answer to what makes people happy, and tries to uncover the secrets of happiness.
Documenting a year in the life of Andrew Breitbart. The film highlights his struggles to expose the progressive media complex.
Cinematographer and director Michael Brown captures the breathtaking journey of 11 wounded warriors as they climb Mount Lobuche.
The House I Live In
Eugene Jarecki takes on the after effects of America's war on drugs and comes to the conclusion that it has been a disaster.
Human Rights Watch
Focuses on documentary and animated films and videos that showcase stories of activists and survivors.
Inocente, the Film
Short subject documentary about homeless teen artist, Inocente. Tragedy and life on the streets is her daily life, but her art lifts her up and gives her hope.
Charles Ferguson follows the 2008 financial meltdown and the collusion between politics and Wall Street.
The Iran Job
True story of a professional basketball player who accepts an offer to play for the professional sports for the Iranians.
"To win, they must be foot perfect." Sue Bourne's movie looks into the world of Irish dance.
Provides the contact details of companies operating in the film, TV and commercial production industries world wide.
Neil Barsky presents this film about former Mayor Ed Koch and his impact on the city of New York.
Based on the life of NBA breakout star Jeremy Lin. Directed by Even Jackson Leong a long time friend and filmmaker.
Losing Our Sons
True story that takes a long hard look at violence and the American governments denial of facts.
Film the explores the lives of extraordinary women making a difference in the world at large.
Beauty pageant that looks further than looks in order to find an ambassador and role model for the Navajo tribe.
Museum of Government Waste
Jim and Ellen Hubbard attempt to create a museum to house information on the amount of money that the government wastes.
Robin Hessman documents the lives of five Russian classmates since the fall of the Iron Curtain.
The New Juarez
Once a murder capital, and now down to just one murder a day. Director Charlie Minn explores how this happened.
No Place On Earth
Cave explorer Chris Nicola discovers a long lost hiding place for five Jewish families during WWII in the Ukraine.
Obama's America 2016
Filmmakers Dinesh D'Souza, Gerald R. Molen, and Jim Hanon work to explore what is the American dream.
One Track Heart
Documentary that tells the story of Krishna Das the world renowned spiritual teacher and chant master.
The Other F Word
Veteran punk rockers have their day to day lives followed as they deal with the everyday struggles of parenthood.
Australian Documentary Forum has been established as a joint initiative from documentary filmmakers, industry bodies and academics, to foster, promote and provide a monthly forum for documentary culture.
Brian Malone created this documentary to explore the current polarization and partisanship happening across the US.
Phil Ochs: There But For Fortune
Biographical story of a conflicted truth seeking troubadour with strong political principals, branded by his critics as a traitor.
Tom Bean and Luke Poling have created an insightful film about amateur sportsman, editor, writer, and actor George Plimpton.
The Queen of Versailles
View the crumbling world of a billionaire and his wife as their riches to rags story unfolds in this reality show type documentary.
Rejoice and Shout
Movie documenting the evolution of Gospel music through its many musical styles.
Five fans of Stanley Kubrick's movie, "The Shining" speculate on what might have been the underlying message.
New documentary that exposes the economic slavery of the Black community to the progressive policies of the US government.
Official website for the non-verbal documentary from filmmakers Ron Fricke and Mark Magidson.
Film by rock and roll photographer Kevin Mazur that explores fame and how celebrities get "sell out".
Sing Your Song
Harry Belafonte documentary highlights not only his singing, but his contribution to the civil rights movement.
Documentary about Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr. aka Snoop Lion, Snoop Doggy Dogg, and Snoop Dog.
Attempt by Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters to document the recording scene at the infamous Studio City center.
Spirit of Baraka
Site dedicated to nonverbal films like Baraka, Koyaanisqatsi, and Microcosmos. Also pays tribute to the people who made such films.
Stories We Tell
Produced by the National Film Board of Canada, this documentary film by Sarah Polley examines the rumor that her father is not her real father.
Film by Victor Mignatti about six diverse artists who hope to turn things around in their careers.
Stephen K. Bannon documents the life of Sarah Palin the women who dared to take on the GOP machine.
Understanding the Surge
Tells the real story of the Surge in Iraq and honors the sacrifice, courage and ingenuity of military members in nearly impossible circumstances.
Vidal Sassoon The Movie
Documentary of how one man changed the world with a pair of scissors. The movie takes a look his evolution from orphan, to soldier, and to Bond Street where he experiments with shapes and angles, and hones his style.
The Video Project
Distributor of educational videos about the environment and planetary issues.
Waiting for Lightening
Danny Way has a passion for skateboarding and taking on task that no one else can. From a broken home he has fought to overcome great adversity to achieve the near impossible.
West of Memphis
Sundance Film Festival selection about three wrongly convicted teens who spent 18 years on death row.
You've Been Trumped
Takes an unflattering look at celebrity tycoon Donald Trumps attempt to bully Scottish homeowners into allow him to build another golf resort.