Can You Make A Documentary On An iPhone?

This is a surprisingly common question that people ask on online forums or search for on Google, and its surprising because the question is so obviously yes, in fact you could make a documentary on an iPhone 4 and there are examples of Sundance winning documentaries that were filmed on that device. Its an easy […]

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7 of the Best Documentaries about the Amish

The Amish are an American Christian (protestant) group with about 200,000 members who descended from European Anabaptist who migrated to the USA over two hundred years ago to escape persecution in Europe. The first Amish settled in Pennsylvania in 1730 and that state still houses the largest Amish communities in the country.   They are best […]

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4 Must Watch Anthony Joshua Documentaries

Anthony Joshua is the most exciting heavyweight boxer on the planet, at the time of writing this post he has just defeated the legendary Wladimir Klitschko to unify the IBF, IBO, and WBA (Super) heavyweight belts, and the world is taking notice. The debate has rapidly progressed from talk about whether Joshua was really ‘world level’ […]

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Million Dollar Traders: Where Are They Now?

In 2008 hedge fund manager Lex van Dam and his associate and former Goldman Sachs trader Anton Kreil embarked on an audacious experiment, they recruited eight everyday people with no trading experience and sought to turn them into professional traders in just eight weeks. The group would day trade with $1 million of van Dam’s own money […]

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5 Must Watch Documentaries About Ibogaine Treatment

Ibogaine is a naturally occurring psychoactive substance found in plants belonging to the apocynaceae family. Although not currently approved for any medical use in the United States there have been studies which have suggested that it may be useful in helping people overcome drug addiction, and in some countries it is approved as an alternative […]

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Complete List of Stacey Dooley Documentaries (And Watch Them For Free)

Stacey Dooley is one the UK’s most popular young documentary film makers, rising the fame as one of the participants in the 2008 BBC Three documentary series Blood, Sweat and T-Shirts. Dooley and the other contestants were selected because they were considered to be the typical youngfashion-obsessed British consumer and were taken to India to live […]

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Complete List of Louis Theroux Documentaries (With Links to Watch for Free)

Louis Theroux is one of the world’s most celebrated documentary filmmakers, and has become a British national treasure. On this page you will find a complete list of Theroux documentaries, with links to watch them for free here on Documentary Vine (where possible). There was already a list of these documentaries on Wikipedia, and that list […]

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Complete List of Drugs, Inc. Episodes (With Links to Watch for Free)

Drugs, Inc. is a long running National Geographic documentary series which examines all aspects of the global narcotics business including the production, trafficking and distribution of illegal and legal narcotics. The episodes typically feature contributions from real drug dealers, drug addicts, recreational drug users, professionals in the field of drug rehabilitation and criminal justice. The […]

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The 10 Best Graffiti Documentaries of All Time

For a subject which can be considered a niche market Graffiti is very well represented when it comes to cult classic documentary films, probably due to its close historic ties with the early development of hip-hop culture. There are numerous great documentaries about the history of tagging and graffiti, as well as a steady flow of […]

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Black Tar Heroin: Where Are They Now?

Black Tar Heroin: The Dark End of the Street (1999) is probably the best made heroin documentary in history. Filmed over a four year period and directed by Steven Okazaki, the 75 minute long film describes the lives of young heroin addicts living on the streets and in the slums of the impoverished Tenderloin District […]

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The 6 Best Documentaries about Scientology

The Church of Scientology, is it the worlds newest major religion or the worlds largest cult? In a strictly legal sense, it is classified as a religion in many countries but as a private organisation in others. To most members of the public, and to many former members, it is considered a dangerous cult. This […]

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7 Must Watch Documentaries About The Krays

It has been over 50 years since The Kray Twins ran things in the East End of London, and almost 20 years since the last of the two passed away, but the legend of The Krays doesn’t die. In fact interest in the pair has continued to grow, helped in some part by the 2015 film […]

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10 Must Watch Trading Documentaries

The world of trading on Wall Street and other leading global financial centers is often perceived as a closed shop to the outside world, an industry populated only by the elite and with a unique culture which only those lucky enough to get their foot in the door. There have however been some excellent documentaries […]

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The 5 Best Vietnam War Documentaries

The Vietnam War has proven to be one of the most controversial wars in American history, opinion has long been split among US citizens as to whether it was a justified war while others were embarrassed by America’s lack of success and returning veterans often treated with disdain. A huge number of Vietnam Vets have […]

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Hoop Dreams: Where Are They Now?

The 1994 documentary Hoop Dreams consistently gets listed by major publications as one of the best sports documentaries ever made, an incredible feat considering the project was originally intended to be a 30 minute PBS short but was subsequently filmed over a five year period and edited from over 250 hours of footage. It won […]

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Tania Head: Where Is She Now?

Tania Head, now known as ‘the 9/11 faker’ thanks to a great documentary of the same name, is a Spanish woman who fooled everybody into believing that she was a survivor of the 9/11 tragedy in New York, even becoming the president of The World Trade Center Survivors Network. During her presidency she successfully negotiated […]

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The 5 Best Lion Documentaries of All Time

Warning: Highly subjective topic with a heavy bias towards documentaries that can be viewed right here on this site! The Last Lioness (2010) Possibly one of the best wildlife documentaries ever made, The Last Lioness follows a lioness named Lady Liuwa across the Liuwa plain national park in Zambia. This film will tug at your heart […]

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