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The Team 2995 views
directed by James Marsh
A cinema verite documentary about the homeless soccer team from New York City who travel and compete at the 1st Annual Homeless Soccer World Cup in Graz, Austria in July 2003.
No Substitute for Victory 2904 views
No Substitute for Victory
directed by Robert F. Slatzer
*** GREAT NAM DOCU - HOST: JOHN WAYNE *** The Communist threat and its zenith in Vietnam, is the focus of this video, hosted by John Wayne, with interviews of Lowell Thomas and Sgt. Barry Sadler.
The Real Bruce Lee 1280 views
The Real Bruce Lee
directed by Larry Dolgin
He's back. We positively guarantee the Real Bruce Lee. An early Bruce Lee film found in the Chinese archives...
The Legend of Marilyn Monroe 1483 views
The Legend of Marilyn Monroe
directed by Terry Sanders
A documentary about the life and career of the ultimate all-time sex symbol Marilyn Monroe, narrated by director John Huston (who worked with her on "The Misfits"). Included are interviews with friends, cast and crew who worked with her and others who knew her, clips from her films and some scenes that were cut from her earliest movies and not seen for many years.
Charles Manson Then and Now 1904 views
Charles Manson Then and Now
directed by Ray Atherton
Tracing America's morbid fascination with the infamous sociopath,jailed in 1970 after members of his cult "family" went on a murder spree..
Anytown, USA 1118 views
directed by Kristian Fraga
A funny and eye-opening look into a hard-fought mayoral race in the small town of Bogota, New Jersey—the perfect backdrop for a behind-the-scenes look at our nations political heart.
Manila Open City 1240 views
Manila Open City
directed by Eddie Romero
Manila has been seized, by Japanese soldiers and its up to the Americans to liberate the helpless people in the city, as well free over two thousand P.O.W.S. Shot entirely on location, this film depicts some of the most violent footage of mock war ever captured on film.
The Fort Fisher Hermit 1163 views
The Fort Fisher Hermit
directed by Rob Hill
Robert E. Harrill, The Fort Fisher Hermit, spent 17 years under the stars and scrub oaks of Fort Fisher, North Carolina. Surviving off the land and the contributions from thousands of visitors, the Fort Fisher Hermit became one of the areas largest tourist attractions. But Robert's new life wasn't as idyllic as he made it out to be, and his untimely death is marked by mystery and controversy. This film examines the reasons that led him to become a hermit, his growing popularity, and the mysterious circumstances surrounding his death.
A Summer In The Cage 983 views
A Summer In The Cage
directed by Ben Selkow
A SUMMER IN THE CAGE is filmmaker Ben Selkow's feature-length documentary chronicling his friend Sam's battle with manic-depressive illness, also known as bipolar disorder. The film follows Sam for seven years as he suffers delusional manic episodes, battles paralyzing depressions, and tries to escape the legacy of his father.
What's Your Point, Honey? 1059 views
What's Your Point, Honey?
directed by Amy Sewell
A documentary that puts a new face on political leadership by introducing seven possible contenders coming down the pipeline, while revealing inequalities that still exist today.
Brother Born Again 1061 views
Brother Born Again
directed by Julia Pimseleur
An intimate documentary about Julia Pimsleur's attempt to reconnect with her only brother, Marc, a born again Christian who spent ten years living with his spiritual family on a remote island in Alaska.
The Watershed 971 views
directed by Mary Trunk
Faced with extraordinary trauma of losing both parents to alcoholism and divorce, seven siblings form a unique family structure. The Watershed is a moving documentary of survival and forgiveness that shows how tragedy can have transforming effects on individual identity.
Electric Purgatory 938 views
directed by Raymond Gayle
A documentary that examines the struggles of black rock musicians and the industry's ambivalence towards them.
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Stranded in Canton 1205 views
Stranded in Canton
directed by William J. Eggleston
In 1973, photographer William Eggleston picked up a Sony PortaPak and took to documenting the soul of Memphis and New Orleans.
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Google Me 1453 views
directed by Jim Killeen
A documentary about a guy, Jim Killeen, who Googled himself and then went all over the world meeting others with his name.
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We Are Wizards 898 views
We Are Wizards
directed by Josh Koury
This magical documentary looks at Harry Potter fans and the musical acts inspired by the novels.
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The Jackie Robinson Story 983 views
The Jackie Robinson Story
directed by Alfred Green
Biography of Jackie Robinson, the first black major league baseball player in the 20th century.
Thunderbolt 1343 views
directed by Wiliam Wyler
A documentary on the P-47 Thunderbolt fighter aircraft and its use in missions over Europe and the Pacific Theatre in the Second World War.
The Secret Life of Adolf Hitler 11187 views
The Secret Life of Adolf Hitler
directed by Westbrook van Voorhis
1950's television documentary special that includes interviews with Hitler's sister Paula Wolf and a fellow prisoner who was incarcerated with Hitler, actual footage shot by the Nazi's and Eva Braun's rare home movies.
The Battle of Midway 2242 views
The Battle of Midway
directed by John Ford
On June 4-6, 1942, a large Japanese force attempted to capture Midway Island in the North Pacific, but was defeated by U.S. forces with a loss ratio of 4:1 in favor of the Americans. On hand was a crew of naval photographers directed by John Ford; their documentary footage was edited together with narration by Hollywood actors. The film covers the attack on Midway, some limited aerial footage, the search for survivors, and aftermath of the battleThis film is in the Public Domain
The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flyin... 3189 views
The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress
directed by William Wyler
Documentary about the 25th and last bombing mission of a B17, the "Memphis Belle". The "Memphis Belle" took part in a great bombing raid on sub-pens in Wilhelmshafen, Germany. On their way they encounterd heavy AA fire and interceptors.The film is in the Public Domain