Documentaryguide.com brings you thousands of world-class documentaries from hundreds of websites and databases at the click of a mouse
Whether you are looking for a documentary like Inside Job by Charles Ferguson or James Marsh's Man On Wire or a film on Michael Jackson or on Indian philosopher J Krishnamurthy, you are most likely to find it here. This recently launched website documentaryguide. com, is a curated website that brings you documentaries from across the world.
Simply type out the name of a particular documentary film you wish to view in the search box. A click on the film will direct you to the website, where you can watch the film for free.
Documentaryguide.com is a curated website linked to many other websites and databases from around the globe. So, if you are looking for a particular film, don't be surprised if you find yourself watching it on cultureunplugged or documentary-log.
If you are just looking for some great films to watch, type a letter of the alphabet in the search box and a list of genres starting from that letter will drop down giving you a plethora of options to choose from. For example, if you type an 'A', you will see awareness, archeology, astrology and a lot more categories on offer for you.
Also find Go to define your search and you can choose the theme, genre and country whose film you want to watch. You can also view different film festivals, films of a particular school or organisation.
According to information on the website, this platform was created with the belief that documentaries can make an emotional impact on viewers and can create a drive to make a difference.
As the website proudly says you can find documentaries with social interest as well. The platform will serve to be extremely useful for filmmakers, students, educators and all those with a wish to learn.