Category: documentaries

  • Between the Folds – where to watch this documentary online and why it’s worth watching

    Between the Folds is a 2008 documentary directed by Vanessa Gould. Here is some information about where to watch it online, and why we think it’s worth watching:   What’s the documentary about? The film explores the art and science of origami, the ancient Japanese paper-folding craft. Through interviews with origami artists, mathematicians, and scientists,…

  • The House I Live In

    “The House I Live In” is a documentary film directed by Eugene Jarecki, released in 2012. The film critically examines the impact of the War on Drugs in the United States. Through a series of interviews with individuals across different societal strata, including law enforcement, inmates, and academics, the documentary sheds light on the disproportionate…

  • Best documentaries about coffee

    For coffee enthusiasts and curious minds alike, documentaries about coffee provide a rich blend of culture, history, and social impact. Here’s a guide to some of the best coffee documentaries, featuring sections on “Hot Coffee” and “Connected by Coffee.” 1. “Hot Coffee” (2011): We’ll start with a bit of a curveball – directed by Susan…

  • Best documentaries ever made

    Documentaries have the incredible power to transport audiences into the depths of real-life stories, shedding light on untold narratives, social issues, and extraordinary individuals. Over the years, filmmakers have crafted masterpieces that not only entertain but also educate and inspire. In this exploration, we delve into a selection of some of the best documentaries ever…