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TV MoleTV Mole

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

 
Light FactoryLight Factory

Video Documentation from Tim Brunsden

 
Liverpool StoriesLiverpool Stories

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

 
Documentary StraemDocumentary Straem

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

 
Southern Weddings: von ImagesSouthern Weddings: von Images

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

 


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In 1986, Cleveland was desperate to put the nickname "Mistake by the Lake" behind them, so they tried to set a world record for a balloon release. Balloonfest takes us through the failures. (more…)...

SoundCloud isn't done exploring new avenues just because it's facing tough times. The streaming audio service is partnering with The Fader on a documentary miniseries, SoundCloud Next Wave, that spotlights underground music scenes in six c...

The Kaihōgyō is a quest to become a living Buddha through 1000 days of gruelling rituals. Ivan Olita was granted rare access to a temple near Kyoto to film The Seven Year Pilgrimage to Enlightenment. (more…)...

The Rock might seem like an obvious Hollywood action hero success story now, but even he had moments when the world doubted him, and he shares some of that struggle in a brief Instagram video he posted on Sunday.  SEE ALSO: Hulu will now offer H...

A new film about artist Chris Burden comes out this year, which is the perfect reason to revisit one of his coolest later works: Metropolis II, filmed here by Henry Joost & Ariel Schulman. The sculpture took four years to build. Quoth...

Maud Lewis is the subject of Maudie, a biopic being released later this year as an awards contender. Canada's National Film Board made this charming 1976 short subject portrait of her life and work. (more…)...

The love for Leonard Nimoy lives long and prospers, but does the world really need two Nimoy documentaries, one from each of his biological children? Logically speaking, yes it does. “Our films are very different,” said Julie Nimoy, refer...