documentary Channel

Docs

Friday December 2 My Indiana Muse Through an unconventional sequence of events, artist Robert Townsend discovers his kodachrome muse and embarks on an ambitious and inspirational project that will take more than a decade to complete. More »
Sunday December 4 Meat the Future A revolution is coming to your plate. Meat made from cells, without animal slaughter, will change how we think about food. More »
Wednesday December 7 Portrayal A young man’s relationship with his family is compromised when he investigates a dark secret from their past, involving the discovery of thousands of his dead grandfather’s missing paintings. More »
Thursday December 8 Bachman A profile of one of the most prolific and legendary artists in the history of Canadian music. More »
Sunday December 11 City Dreamers Four trailblazing women architects who have been working, observing and thinking about the transformations shaping the cities of today and tomorrow for over 70 years. More »
Sunday December 11 Sled Dogs An idyllic portrait has been promoted by both the tourism industry and the dog sledding world for decades in an attempt to maximize profits while concealing a sometimes gruesome reality. More »
Wednesday December 14 No Ordinary Man An in-depth look at the life of musician and trans culture icon Billy Tipton. More »
Thursday December 15 You’re Soaking In It Advertising as we once knew it is dead. Say hello to the age of big data. It is the price we pay for free internet? More »
Coming to documentary Channel soon The Colour of Ink More »
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About documentary Channel

documentary Channel is a digital television station devoted to showing the best documentaries from Canada and around the world. With its special emphasis on feature length films, watching documentary is like having a cinema in your own living room, showing award winning films twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

documentary Channel shows documentaries from legendary filmmakers such as D. A. Pennebaker (The War Room, Don’t Look Back) and the Maysles brothers (Gray Gardens, Salesman). The documentary Channel also shows the best films from the archives of its partners, The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (Dawn of the Eye) and The National Film Board (Cinema Verite).