A documentary about George A. Romero's films, with a behind scenes look at Dawn of the Dead.
A short documentary on Toronto’s punk & music scene and how spaces like S.H.I.B.G.B’s create a non-institutional platform for artists to engage an audience. Featuring 20+ local bands, the film applies a retrospective to the current direction of D.I.Y. culture in Toronto.
Experimental film by Motoharu Jonouchi comprised of both archival footage from the 1960s Japanese student riots and dramatised re-enactions. It was created as a tribute to Michiko Kamba, a student victim of the riots.
A man is forced to go on vacation and finds something within himself he never quite expected.
Pinku from 1975.
A composite of four excerpts from an original, now unavailable open-reel tape shot by the German art collective Telewissen in 1972 as part of their exhibition "Documenta 5." The recordings depict candid conversations of the "Documenta" audience, recordings of whom are latter incorporated into the live piece, presented on a video monitor mounted in the back of a van
The film portrays Shanghai, China in the early 1920s. It shows the contrasts between the world of Western expatriates (including Britons, Americans, New Zealanders, Australians, and Danes) who live in the luxurious Shanghai International Settlement, and that of the Shanghainese inhabitants, who spend their days laboring.
THE BLADDERWORT DOCUMENT is a diary film made when the filmmaker lived in southwestern Ohio at Bladderwort Farm (named for the only insectivorous plant native to North America). Here she plays with light: picks it up and embraces it, throws it around, pierces it and wiggles it. Artists Joyce Wieland, Carolee Schneemann, Beverly Conrad, Nancy Rexroth and Tony Dallas appear.
A retrospective of the Bradford City fire
Two Swedish directors set off for Greece to find out how the local residents feel about the media images of the crisis.
Live at Newcastle Arena
Eat the Document is a documentary of Bob Dylan's 1966 tour of the United Kingdom with the Hawks. It was shot under Dylan's direction by D. A. Pennebaker, whose groundbreaking documentary Dont Look Back chronicled Dylan's 1965 British tour. The film was originally commissioned for the ABC television series Stage '66. Though shooting had completed for the film, Dylan's July 1966 motorcycle accident delayed the editing process. Once well enough to work again, Dylan edited the film himself. ABC rejected the film as incomprehensible for a mainstream audience.
Featuring legendary recording engineer Steve Albini, 'Document: A film about Malojian' captures the energy of a band at the top of their game, as they rush to complete their third album, "This is Nowhere", in just four days.
In Space Century (SC) 152, the planet Deloyer, Earth's only colony, is home to a growing independence movement. The Fang of the Sun are a small team of guerillas fighting against Earth's occupation. To counter Earth's Combat Armors, they have a lone Combat Armor of their own: Dougram, a CA specially built for Deloyer's environment — and piloted by Crinn Cashim, the rebellious son of the leader of the Earth government on Deloyer. This compilation film version presents the events of the 75 episode anime series as a documentary, primarily focusing on the story's politics rather than the main characters. Originally screened with the short "Choro Q Dougram" and the Combat Mecha Xabungle compilation film Xabungle Graffiti.
The first digital DVD offering of driving melodic Goth rock / electro from Escape With Romeo, "Document" includes their live hits and fan favourites alongside original videos, backstage scenes, interviews and more. The DVD reflects 15 years of bandhistory, it's based around a gig, the band played in front of an enthousiastic audience in Cologne in December 2003. The set features classics songs like "Somebody" and "White Room" as well as new songs like "It's loneliness" and "Prince In The Shell". Also included are early videos, lots of exclusive backstage footage and a full interview all in 5.1 surround sound to make it all complete. "Document" is like a journey through the songs and atmospheres of the world of Escape with Romeo who are nowadays a truly original of the so called "wave scene".
Yamaguchi writes, "In April 1969, Image Modulator was shown at the Sony Building exhibition Electromagica '69, using three Trinitron color TV monitors behind a glass that created an optical effect. The glass acted as a literal filter, adding a mosaic effect to the video images."
Japanese documentary from 1964 directed by Noriaki Tsuchimoto. The film focuses on the taxi drivers of Tokyo in the year before the Tokyo Olympics and the difficulties they face: construction obstructing traffic, poor working conditions, numerous accidents, and bad pay. It becomes a critique of a changing and modernizing urban Japan.
Katsuhiro Yamaguchi and Hakudo Kobayashi presented the video performance Eat at Video Hiroba's first exhibition, Video Communication DO IT YOURSELF KIT. Two performers sit at a table. One records the other eating; then they switch roles. The live video feed of the performance was displayed on a monitor in the exhibition space.
A documentary about the atomic bombing of Hiroshima in 1945.
A video installation using three monitors and mirrors, Ooi and Environs depicts the Tokyo cityscape with electronically modified footage of the city. Aiming to create an interactive environment, images reflected on the mirror shift as audience members move.
Document is a Canadian documentary television series which aired on CBC Television from 1962 to 1969.
An unusual series that explores human dramas through chance encounters with ordinary people at selected locations.
Documentary Now lovingly parodies some of the world's best-known documentaries. Each episode is shot in a different style of documentary filmmaking, and honors some of the most important stories that didn't actually happen.
Documentary '60 is a Canadian documentary television series which aired on CBC Television from 1959 to 1960.
Rooster Teeth's Documentaries
This new style documentary observes and documents events at a certain venue for 72 hours straight. It gives a glimpse into the ever-changing, versatile and dynamic Korean society by closely capturing from a heartwarming perspective the natural occurrences in people's lives at a certain local during a three-day period of time. - KBS
Ten comedians are pitted against each other in a closed room with the objective to make each other laugh. The last person to stay in the room without laughing wins and is awarded a 10 million yen prize and bragging rights as the funniest comedian.
Investigative Documentaries or simply referred as ID is a Philippine public affairs program being aired on GMA News TV.
A web series of conspiracy documentaries
New York: A Documentary Film is an eight-part, 17½ hour, American documentary film on the history of New York City. It was directed by Ric Burns and originally aired in the U.S. on PBS. The film was a co-production of Thirteen New York and WGBH Boston. The series was written by Burns and James Sanders and produced by Burns's company, Steeplechase Films. Several noted New York City historians, including Mike Wallace, Kenneth T. Jackson, David Levering Lewis and Robert Caro participated in the making of the series as consultants, and appeared on camera. It was narrated by David Ogden Stiers. Other notable figures who appeared in the series include Rudolph Giuliani, former mayor Ed Koch, former New York governor Mario Cuomo, former U.S. Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, poet Allen Ginsberg, novelists Alfred Kazin and Brendan Gill, director Martin Scorsese, journalist Pete Hamill, former Congresswoman Bella Abzug, historian Niall Ferguson, philosopher Marshall Berman, writer Fran Lebowitz, engineer Leslie E. Robertson, high wire artist Philippe Petit, and billionaire Donald Trump.
Looking at life in rural Pennsylvania in an ongoing project by Penn State Television / WPSX-TV / WPSU-TV.
Andy Warhol: A Documentary Film is a four-hour 2006 documentary by Ric Burns about pop artist Andy Warhol. The film is Burns' cinematic argument that Warhol was the greatest artist of the second half of the 20th Century. Laurie Anderson narrates the movie. In one segment, Burns compares Warhol's portraits of such celebrities as Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor with the icons of saints that Warhol saw in his boyhood Byzantine Catholic parish, where he spent many hours as a child. Burns follows Warhol through his meteoric rise in New York's commercial art world during the 1950s. Burns cites 1962, the year Warhol first exhibited his soup can paintings in Los Angeles, as the turning point in Warhol's career. Burns also describes in detail Valerie Solanas' near-fatal shooting of Warhol in 1968. Andy Warhol: A Documentary Film debuted in early September 2006 with a two-week theatrical run in New York City at Film Forum that charged no admission. The movie was televised in the United States over two nights, September 20–21, 2006, on PBS as part of its American Masters series.