documentary Channel


Thursday October 21 Design Canada Meet the graphic designers who transformed Canada from a colonial outpost to a vibrant and multicultural society. More »
Friday October 22 Invisible Essence: The Little Prince Exploring the legacy of The Little Prince, one of the world’s favourite books, and the extraordinary man who wrote it. More »
Saturday October 23 The Guardians A cautionary tale examining systemic abuse of elderly people in Las Vegas revealing the consequences of unchecked power. More »
Sunday October 24 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 »
Tuesday October 26 In Their Own Words: Elon Musk Explore this billionaire's quest to save our planet and take mankind to worlds beyond. More »
Wednesday October 27 After Circus Few of us have ever given a second thought as to what happens to circus artists 'off the wire' after they've spent their lives entertaining and inspiring us. More »
Saturday October 30 Johnny Cash American Rebel A celebration of the larger-than-life Johnny Cash from the unique perspective of the Man in Black’s greatest songs, the “essentials”. More »
Monday November 1 Jo Frost on Britain’s Killer Kids One of the world's leading child behaviour experts investigates what could cause a child to become a cold-blooded killer. More »
Tuesday November 2 How It Feels To Be Free Six Black female entertainers challenge an industry that was hell-bent on keeping them out. 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).