"Documentary" Blogs & Blog Posts

Liverpool StoriesLiverpool Stories

A video project dedicated to created a wide range of stories created by peo...

 
Light FactoryLight Factory

Video Documentation from Tim Brunsden

 
Documentary StraemDocumentary Straem

Watch free documentary films online. We have a large collection of eye-open...

 
TV MoleTV Mole

Everything you need to get your TV programme commissioned - international i...

 
Southern Weddings: von ImagesSouthern Weddings: von Images

von Images: A place for those interested in documentary photography and tho...

 


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The 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing is coming up, and the National Geographic channel is determined to mark the occasion in style. It's premiering its Apollo: Missions to the Moon documentary in July, and this isn't just a r...

You may be familiar with the gist of Theranos' rapid rise and equally rapid decline, but HBO is betting that you don't know the whole story. The broadcaster is premiering a documentary on the former medical technology darling, The Inventor...

New technical methods transform war footage to place the viewer into the action. The post Film Review: “They Shall Not Grow Old” appeared first on RedState.

Nearly five years after Serial first aired and raised questions about the murder conviction against Adnan Syed, HBO is picking up the story to lay out more details about the crime and conviction. The premium cable company dropped its first trailer fo...

Whatever you think about the authenticity of Goop's health offerings, you're about to see a lot more of them online. Gwyneth Paltrow's outfit is launching a documentary series on Netflix that will examine "physical and spiritual we...

Amazon's spending spree at this year's Sundance festival now includes at least one of the event's award winners. The internet giant has bought the rights to One Child Nation, the documentary that just won a grand jury prize at he festi...

Preserving the tired narrative of the smart, good-looking serial killer seems to be the primary concern of Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes, directed by Joe Berlinger, which somehow manages to be almost as cruel as it is boring. I los...