Your Chosen Genres [ Empire ] [ Documentary ] Can be Combined with Other Genres. Click here to Combine Genres!
This list is sorted:
Alphabetically
By Rating
By Year Made
And is in:
Ascending Order
Descending Order

CertificationE Our Rating

Award wining documentary ‘Song of Ceylon’, is a lyrical beauty, but owes its enduring charm to its anachronistic notions of Empire and Englishness. ‘Bread’ is a slice of realism that looks at hunger in Britain. ‘Beyond This Open Road’ shows the urban populace journeying into the countryside during their weekends away from work; the imagery and utopian aesthetic are reminiscent of the work of Leni Riefenstahl. ‘Coal Face’ is an experiment in realism that focuses on the importance of coal mini find out more...

CertificationE Our Rating

Jack Johnson's first break into the public music arena was when his composition 'Rodeo Clowns' was chosen to be G-ILove and Special Sauce's first single off their 1999 album 'Philadelphonic'. He had long been a huge figure in the surfing world, having been born and raised in Hawaii. He fast became a renowned surfer and scored a pro contract with Quiksilver before he had left high school. His implicit creativity led him to study and graduate with a degree in film at Santa Barbara. This then led t find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A little known passage of British history - the fate of the black men who volunteered for the King's Men in the American War of Independence. At least the Empire didn't abandon them to the slaver George Washington and his thugs, instead dumping them on the desolate Novia Scotia coastline. But where there's life there's hope and enter the radical Thomas Clarkson's brother, a young naval officer named John, who, energised by their living conditions, collected the remnants and shipped them to Freet find out more...

CertificationE Our Rating

Between 1900-1913, filmmakers Sagar Mitchell and James Kenyon roamed the country filming the everyday lives of people at work and play. Discovered and restored by the British Film Institute, this is a remarkable and fascinating observation of Great Britain before the arrival of the World Wars. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Pilger's documentary focuses on Latin America and US policies to keep the people in these countries subjugated, impoverished and rid of that scourge of imperialism - democracy. We start in Venezuela with some interesting chats with the democratically elected and refomist President Chavez with references to the US's attempts to violently overthrow him, although Pilger chides him as to why there is still so much poverty while big business seems to be raking in the dosh. We're given brief resumes o find out more...