02DEC 2016
Genghis Khan BBC documentary

Genghis Khan BBC documentary

Of all the images the name Genghis Khan brings to mind, that of a visionary who brought literacy, law and culture to his people rarely springs to mind. His name is usually synonymous with evil, his image that of a brutal barbarian who slaughtered millions in his quest for power. Yet a BBC drama-documentary is aiming to change the reputation of one of the world s most notorious warlords…

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28NOV 2016
New documentaries On Netflix

New documentaries On Netflix

Everybody s talking about Netflix s new true crime documentary series, Making a Murderer. Filmed and produced over ten years, the series examines the twist-filled case of Steven Avery, a Wisconsin man who was released from prison after being exonerated for sexual assault only to be arrested again and…
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24NOV 2016
History Channel World War 2 documentary

History Channel World War 2 documentary

The History channel continues to hammer away at historical programming for people it evidently doesn’t think have the patience to watch actual documentaries on the subject. Enter “The World Wars, ” a three-part, six-hour undertaking that proves fitfully interesting despite its offputting narrative approach…

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20NOV 2016
Best Paranormal documentary

Best Paranormal documentary

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16NOV 2016
Top rated 2012 Movies

Top rated 2012 Movies

Docurama Films Director: Kirby Dick Year Released: 2012 Cast: Helen Benedict, Anu Bhagwati, Susan Burke Get This Movie Armed forces has a second, corrosive meaning when officers force themselves sexually on the women in their command. In Kirby Dick’s almost unbearably powerful documentary about rape in the military, the brave women who testify onscreen argue that they were really…

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12NOV 2016
European History Documentaries

European History Documentaries

In Europa is a series of television documentaries on Europe in the 20th century, based on the book with the same name by Dutch writer and historian Geert Mak. The series had a budget of 4 million euro and was cofinanced by the Dutch Ministry of Interior Relations. Episodes are available for viewing on the official site (below). First broadcast on Nederland 2 from 2007 to 2009, quite…

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08NOV 2016
Documentary, BBC

Documentary, BBC

Theo Leggett looks at our apparent addiction to economic growth as the secret to prosperity and cure for global poverty. In a finite world with limited resources, can economies continue to grow indefinitely, or will physical and environmental constraints have the final word? Do technology and humanity’s apparently inexhaustible supply of ingenuity have the answer – or do we need…

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04NOV 2016
Great History Documentaries

Great History Documentaries

By Marianna Torgovnick Some documentaries show us the strange, the exotic and the unfamiliar; others make us feel anew about something so everyday, we barely thought about it before. Some of my favorite TED Talks are built around great documentary films, like Deborah Scranton’s chilling “War Tapes” and Nathaniel Kahn’s moving search for “My Father, the Architect.” Below, find my…

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31OCT 2016
Best weed documentary

Best weed documentary

Humans have been getting high for as long as there have been humans, but in the past few years, a series of debates on drug policies have spread around the globe, charging the subject with a sudden urgency. Can powerful substances normally used for recreation be used to treat mental illness and addiction? Does arresting and prosecuting drug dealers really lead to a safer world?…

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27OCT 2016
Best political Documentaries of all time

Best political Documentaries of all time

From Eliot Spitzer to Daniel Ellsberg, documentary filmmakers didn’t lack engrossing subjects this year. Thanks largely to personal technology and its discontents, we’re living through a renaissance of activist filmmaking–never before in the history of popular media have nonfiction films been so convenient to execute, so inexpensive to finance and so easy to distribute. Every year…

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