Friday, May 1, 2009

Suggest a Documentary - Final Post

We will be initiating a page for documentary suggestions over the next few days, but you can feel free to make your suggestions here in the meantime. The new Suggest a Documentary page will have a simple form you need to fill out, so you need to just put in as much information as possible.

31 comments:

Anonymous said...

Since we don't have them in the states, please include the latest BBC Horizon docs from the UK. Thanks

Anonymous said...

How about "The war on democracy" by John Pilger.

Utopiah said...

Japan : A Story of Love and Hate
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNWFHGT8Iq8

Sean McAllister dedicated page
http://www.seanmcallister.com/php/japan.php

Anonymous said...

Manda Bala or Burden of Dreams!

Anonymous said...

The Linguists

Simmons said...

FREE ENERGY: The Race to Zero Point , a doc about Tesla. Space Mysteries:Alien Safari, Payolt to LSD : A Psychedelic Odyssey, may change some peoples stereotype outlook on todays outlook on 'drugs', speaking of, what do you consider 'drugs'? Cirgarettes, Alcohol, antidepressants are just some blatant drugs we use, but are LSD, mushrooms and the Ayubasca root really that bad?....A Psychedelic Odyssey explains. Haven't seen, but 'How drugs Became Illegal' or same as would be interesting!!

Simmons said...

Actually, that Tesla one I suggested wasn't very good, the later half is a poor production, possibly the entire film was a bad production, good story though,sry.

Anonymous said...

Constantine's Sword by Oren Jacoby, please! :)

Anonymous said...

I propose as many as possible on dreams, perhaps more specifically on Lucid dreams/ Astral projections. Or even more on philosophy.

The Post Adolescence Fog blog said...

"Closer to Truth", brilliant documentary series talks about God, the Cosmos, and Conciseness

Anonymous said...

hey i dunno when the dvd will be out or if there's a copy someplace but this seems interesting:
http://www.bestworstmovie.com/
ive seen the movie they're talking about and it's bad it might be kind of funny

Simmons said...

I haven't seen this, but it sounds good, - Flu Time Bomb, Produced by Beth Murphy of Principle Pictures. Thx for posting an Early Canada doc!!

Utopiah said...

Farm to Pharma: The Rise and Rise of Food Science, BBC

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjZ9gBBdsTg

Nadia said...

National Geographic did a doco on Henry VIII that is only available for viewing in the states. Is there any way we can view it from here? (I'm in Australia).

kotoku said...

I'd like to see "Edward Abbey: A Voice in the Wilderness":

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tmcUsSbmuo

Nik said...

"Control Room" by Jehane Noujaim... Amazing documentary about the media campaign waged by the Bush Admin to sell the war in Iraq and the lengths they went to prevent Al Jazeera (the only network that was really trying to cover the human toll of the war) from reporting the facts. BTW, this site is absolutely great!

Anonymous said...

Hi I would like to see a few docos on the sweet killer ASPARTAME. I have a good start. SWEET MISERY, A Poisoned World - The FDA Aspartame Conspiracy. Thanks

Inês said...

Well, i'd like to contribute a little, since you've given us such a good site and service, but the thing is I don't know if the documentary i'm about to suggest meets the interests of everyone in general... The documentary i've last seen apart fom od4u was Horizon Project(around 82 minutes), it's like a prediction of the end of the world as we know it, and the start of a new cicle, all based in science... at least it's what they say :)it's interesting... kind of frightening if you start to believe it...

Inês said...

Oh, and yes, i would definitly like to see a doc about the fda monopoly, if it isn't already around here

TheSwankStyle said...

how about The Beales of Grey Gardens? Please.

rodrigo said...

Maybe you should post the documentaries (I think there are many) about Leni Riefenstahl, seems really interesting.

Anonymous said...

hey if at all possible you should definatly get zeitgeist and zeitgeist addendum both are amazing documentaries www.zeitgeist.com for free films and details

Anonymous said...

More philosophy and literary documentaries please!

Hung said...

How about the gospel of judas

Sol Connection said...

the road to guantanamo, very eye opening, well made documentary.

http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fview_play_list%3Fp%3DFA50745A147DF269%26search_query%3Dthe%2Broad%2Bto%2Bguantanamo&h=0f4f49de2ace626dc780fa80a6bb122e

Jordan B said...

Speed was a BBC television series about the history of fast vehicles, including aeroplanes, boats and cars. The show was presented by Jeremy Clarkson and consisted of six episodes. Each focused on a different aspect of speed.
The series was first shown in the UK on BBC One in 2001, and was subsequently shown to an international audience on BBC World and in Australia on the HOW TO Channel.
Jeremy Clarkson's Speed, a video containing an hour of highlights from the series was also released in 2001. The video was released on DVD, as part of The Jeremy Clarkson Collection in 2007.

part 1
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5125074392713967023&ei=zuUcSpnvA6CwqAOiuuDfDA&q=jeremy+clarkson&hl=en&emb=1&client=safari

part 2
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3023624473044901440&ei=-OUcStirCZe2qAOzoOCYDg&q=jeremy+clarkson&hl=en&emb=1&dur=3&client=safari

part 4
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5125074392713967023&ei=meQcSsGVEaryqAPPlrzRDQ&q=jeremy+clark&hl=en&client=safari

part 5
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-6689729805171588113&hl=en

part 6
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1221515023583576967&hl=en

Jordan B said...

Jeremy Clarkson tours Europe to see if the reality of the French, Belgians, Italians, Spanish and Germans matches the stereotype.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-709416327546431254&ei=_uYcStujMaO0qAOH_ImhDQ&q=jeremy+clarkson&hl=en&dur=3

Jaap said...

Jaap: 2009/05/26 22:24:23
Scott, Might I suggest anything from Graham Hancock's body of work. Or everything! It's brilliant and readily available. Thnx Jack from Holland

ana said...

Scott, I would like to suggest "The art of aging". best Ana

ana said...

Scott, I woould like to suggest "the art of agung". Best. Ana

Anonymous said...

Hello all

I am suggesting a short documentary called Ctrl Alt Shift. Exploring VJ culture. (Visual Jockey)

Watch here

http://www.ctrlaltshiftproject.com/watch.html