documentary Channel


Sunday April 2 My First 150 Days Single mother Melona Banico is able to sponsor her three children and grandson to immigrate to Canada from the Philippines. An intimate look at their first 150 days here. More »
Tuesday April 4 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 »
Sunday April 9 The Taming of the Queue A look at the boredom, frustration, stress, fatigue and fury we all feel in line-ups, as our fast-paced lives slow to a crawl. More »
Tuesday April 11 What’s With The Jews? The stunning social, scientific and artistic accomplishments of the Jews raise an obvious question. How do they do it? More »
Saturday April 15 Dear Jackie In this cinematic letter to Jackie Robinson, stories of Montreal’s Black community dispel the myth of a post-racial society More »
Sunday April 16 Hell or Clean Water The inspiring story of one Newfoundlander’s obsessive quest to clean up the coastal ocean floors and bring much-needed attention to a worldwide environmental crisis. More »
Tuesday April 18 Conviction Conviction envisions alternatives to prison through the eyes of women behind bars and those fighting on the front lines of the decarceration movement. More »
Saturday April 22 Scrap Discover the vast and strangely beautiful places where things go to die, and meet the people who collect, restore and recycle the world’s scrap. More »
Saturday April 22 Miniature Take a fascinating journey into lush, intricate and mesmerizing tiny worlds. 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).