Documentary Feature

A documentary film is a nonfictional motion picture intended to document some aspect of reality, primarily for the purposes of instruction or maintaining a historical record. Such films were originally shot on film stock—the only medium available—but now include video and digital productions that can be either direct-to-video, made into a TV show or released for screening in cinemas. “Documentary” has been described as a “filmmaking practice, a cinematic tradition, and mode of audience reception” that is continually evolving and is without clear boundaries.

U.S. and foreign films

The English film title, original title, country of origin and production year are listed. Foreign-language films are subtitled in English.

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Living On The Edge – Deglamourizing Bollywood

My documentary is startling revelation about the abysmal working conditions in Bollywood which is now laying claim to be global giant and churning out thousands of hours of content. The technicians and workers are deprived of social security and long punishing working hours take their toll on their health. The basic and fundamental safety measures… Read more »

Chousar Firangi

Youngsters from humble backgrounds, just for teenage lust hired a girl for a night and get unwittingly dragged into the dirty world of politicians and gangsters, and must now devise a plan to escape from this dirty game in the course of a single night.

At Rainbow’s End II

At Rainbow’s End is a documentary feature following the everyday lives of 7 HIV-positive youth who live under the care of a humble foster home in a small town in Selangor’s outskirts. Ranging in age from 16 to 8 years old, these kids were abandoned and neglected, abused and shamed, as a result of having… Read more »

Thirst For Justice

You might think America is free, but at its heart is a great injustice. Access to clean water is being segregated. Armed only with facts and their illnesses, extraordinary citizens take on industry and government, risking arrest to protect water. From Flint to the Navajo Nation, via Standing Rock, this is their story.

There’s No Such Thing as Ghosts?

Psychics, scientists, skeptics, and a film professor delve into the paranormal — attempting to answer, “Do ghosts exist?”

The Patagonia Triple Crown

A group of kayakers find themselves in the difficult mission of running the three less explored and most dangerous rivers of the south of the world. The Pascua River, Bravo and Baker. They will overcome the difficult tests that the Patagonia will put on them, in addition they will learn about of the complicated environmental… Read more »

The Blueberry Farmer

Valerie Whitcomb | United States | 2018 | 1:42:47 Bernie was bush hogging a pasture in 2002 when he noticed a helicopter circling above him. When it lowered to just over the treetops in a tight circle, he knew his life was about to change forever. Trace View farm was raided by the police that… Read more »

The Baddest Men in the Room

Rare look at the gritty side of a successful construction business from the 70s. Witness how the baddest men in the room win through their indestructible confidence, fearlessness, untamed tempers, edgy creativity, and unbreakable loyalty. Life’s not fair. Nobody cares. What are you going to do about it?

Strange Tenants: Ska’d for Life

Strange Tenants were the “Godfathers of Australian Ska”, emerging in the 1980s in the wake of UK two-tone ska bands like The Specials but producing original political ska songs unlike most other Australian ska bands. 36 years later they’re still around and still political. WATCH NOW!! Viewing Instructions

Stolen Babies of Spain (Los Bebés Robados de España)

Tells the story of babies (now adults) stolen between 1939-1992 in Spain and their search for truth, justice and reconciliation in a system determined to keep the truth dead and buried. This feature length documentary film is based in part on over 300 victim interviews and 4 years of research and combines intimate, personal interviews… Read more »