Results for: documentaries
This is a documentary of one of the biggest names in beatbox history
A small documentary about the use of snipers in the military. Very informative and interesting.
Here's an interesting little clip from a History Channel documentary which is obviously never played anymore.
This is a trailer for the new documentary film "Jesus Camp".
A great documentary on a the life of Mike Tyson.
So Now Look tells the dramatic true story of a blind a capella group that sings in Philadelphia's train stations. Down on their luck, they nonetheless lift up the spirits of morning commuters with their moving musical improvisations. This critically acclaimed short documentary will keep you thinking for days.
SHORT DOCUMENTARY OF UPCOMING HALO3 GAME ON XBOX360.BUNGIE GUYS EXPLAINS WHY HALO3 IS SO SPECIAL.MUST WATCH.WELL FOR ME 1ST TWO HALO GAMES WERE AVERAGE.BUT THIS ONE, I THINK WILL BE AWESOME.JUST WATCH IT.
An interesting and funny documentary made by Pantheon Movies to illustrate the possibilities of a flat earth.
This was my Media A-Level final project from a number of years ago. It is a short documentary on the brilliance of the Classic Mini.
"What is INDIE?" is a documentary film that tries to determine just what being an 'indie' artist really means, and serves as a rallying cry which has been hailed as 'inspiring' and 'empowering' by artists worldwide.
Documentary on US rock artists Jake Stigers, shot during his first UK solo tour
Gillnetters account for a large percentage of the commercial fishing fleet of New England. Though its history is centuries-old, beginning with the Native Americans, contemporary gillnetting took hold only in the 1970's with the modernization of the small- boat fleet from handlining and longlining. Experience one day in the life of a New England gillnetter. Captain Stuart Tolley and his three-man crew steam five hours east of Chatham, Cape Cod out to the fishing grounds known as Dwyers, just west of the Atlantic's famed George's Bank. Underwater sequences show how gillnets catch cod and haddock. You'll also learn how gillnetters decide where to fish, how the fish are hauled and processed on-board, and where the catch goes once they return to shore. The Fishtown Educational Series documents the men and women of the New England fishing industry who continue their way of life despite an increasingly uncertain future. Winner Platinum Documentary Award - 2002 Houston Film Festival. Directed by Christopher Seufert