"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

 
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...

 
Documentary StraemDocumentary Straem

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

 


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One Direction's 3D concert film, One Direction: This Is Us, hit theaters in 2013, but you may still be watching it to mourn the breakup of the British boy band. No judgement. But instead of 3D, wouldn't you rather see Harry Styles and One Direction a...

Starlings in flight are always beautiful, but what's most remarkable about The Art of Flying, a film by Jan van IJken about a massive flock of starlings, is the sound. (more…)...

Andy Warhol eats a Whopper, from Jørgen Leth's 1982 documentary/art film "66 Scenes from America," a collection of moving "postcards" from the United States. According to YouTube user Hidden Below, who posted this clip, Warhol eating the burger...

https://vimeo.com/189887394 North Koreans have a fondness for lenticular postcards and stereoscopic keepsakes, and they granted Slovenian photographer Matjaž Tančič rare access to create a series of 3D photographs of North Korean daily life. (m...

The Rockefeller Foundation has produced a new documentary celebrating areas humans live in that are designed to be resilient to climate change. By building our cities and countries around the concept of resiliency we can better prepare for what’...

Beware the Slenderman is a forthcoming HBO documentary about the latest incarnation of the bogeyman, including the 2014 story of the two 12-year-old girls who attempted to stab their friend to death as proxies of the faceless, lanky humanoid monster.

Mark Kleback knows that, when gamers think of arcades, they think of ‘80s nostalgia titles like Pac-man and Q*bert. He’s been there—from his Brooklyn workshop, Kleback told Kotaku that he still fondly remembers hours spent railing on his loc...