AT DOCUMENTARY-LOG.COM YOU CAN WATCH HUNDREDS OF THE MOST INTERESTING, POPULAR AND FULL-LENGTH DOCUMENTARIES.
NO REGISTRATION OR ANYTHING ELSE IS NEEDED! VISIT US EVERY DAY TO WATCH FREE ONLINE DOCUMENTARIES!
Documentary Updates by Email
Week's Popular Documentaries
Sorry. No data so far.
- Anthropology (19)
- Astronomy, Space (50)
- Biography (31)
- Biology, Environment (43)
- Business, Economy (13)
- Cosmology, Physics (49)
- Crime (12)
- Documentary News (9)
- Documentary Reviews (5)
- Documentary Trailers (11)
- Editor's Picks (14)
- From the Vault (7)
- Health (14)
- History (34)
- Lifestyle, Society (66)
- Mystery, Conspiracy (15)
- Nature (24)
- News (7)
- Politics (11)
- Psychology (27)
- Religion (16)
- Science, Technology (67)
- Sexuality (2)
- Future Shock: Technology in the Next 10 Years
- The Colour of Beauty
- How Smart Are Animals?
- Becoming 13
- Life in a Day
- TED Talk: Teenage-Women in Science
- TED: Jack Horner: Shape-Shifting Dinosaurs
- Cure for Love
- GANDHI’S CHILDREN
- NOVA: Life and Death in the War Zone
- NOVA: Secrets of the Parthenon
- BBC Unfinished
- The Perfect Vagina
This heart felt and hard hitting documentary shows us what it’s like to be a teenaged girl. I happen to be a guy and so I found this documentary remarkably informative for understanding women. However, if you are a girl then this documentary BECOMING 13 will likely occupy a special space in your heart as
The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) has beat up on the Bully: a documentary soon to come out and produced by Harvey Weinstein. The documentary tackles the topic of bullying in schools and the MPAA is defining the movie as “Rated R.” This means that less people will be able to see the movie.
The 2012 Oscars are fast approaching and I have been doing a series on all of the nominees for – you guessed it – best feature length documentary. So far, I have covered From Hell and Back Again, If a Tree Falls, and Undefeated. Today, I look at PINA: the legendary German choreographer Pina
This is my second in a series about the documentaries nominated for an Academy Award. Here is my first post in the series. What happens when environmentalists go AWOL? Frustrated by not having their demands met – or even heard – protestors turned violent and attacked lumber companies and the executives behind them. The
This post is the first in a series that deals with the 2012 Oscar Nominations for Best Documentary. My own pick for best documentary is Life In A Day – which was not nominated for anything. I was pretty shocked and so I licked my wounds and went and saw the documentaries that were nominated.
To me, Life In A Day is – beyond a shadow of a doubt – the best documentary film of 2011. The fact that Life in a Day was not nominated for an Academy Award leaves me livid. I understand why it wasn’t nominated: first, it is genre defying, mind bendingly well done. It isn’t
Meet Lauren, Shree, and Naomi: three leaders of tomorrow in the world of scientific research. In 2011, these three teenaged women won top prize for their respective age group in the first Google Science Fair. Making their accomplishment even more remarkable is that women swept the competition in all three categories. In this special presentation
Where are the baby dinosaurs? In a spellbinding talk from TEDxVancouver paleontologist Jack Horner describes how slicing open fossil skulls revealed a shocking secret about some of our most beloved dinosaurs. Jack Horner and his dig teams have discovered the first evidence of parental care in dinosaurs, extensive nesting grounds, evidence of dinosaur herds, and
Me and the Mosque shows the world of Islamic Women within North American society and specifically in Canada. The documentary contains original (and quite amusing) animation, old footage, and many interviews in mosques and communities. The role of the Muslim woman inside the mosque is something that has come up for debate. Islam is the
Cure for Love is a full-length documentary about a controversial evangelical movement that claims they have discovered the ‘solution’ for turning gay men into ‘normal’ heterosexuals. If just reading the above sentence made your blood boil, this documentary is for you! Obviously, there is something very sinister being wrapped up with the shawls of religion.