/r/Documentaries/

r/Documentaries

20.4M members
r/Documentaries is a subreddit with 20.4M members. Its distinguishing qualities are that the community is massive in size.
tl;dw /r/Documentaries is reddit's main subreddit for documentaries. Please read the our community rules.

Popular Themes in r/Documentaries

#1
Solution Requests
: "Recommend a Documentary!"
4 posts

Popular Topics in r/Documentaries

#1

Documentary

: "Recommend a Documentary!"
65 posts
#2

History

: "King Coal (2024) A lyrical tapestry of a place and people, King Coal meditates on the complex History and future of the coal industry, the communities it has shaped, and the myths it has created. [01:18:00]"
23 posts
#3

War

: "Filming the Algerian Independence War: The legacy of Stevan Labudovic (2024) - With unprecedented access to the Algerian independence War against France, cameraman Stevan Labudovic filmed on the frontlines for three years. [00:47:18]"
10 posts
#4

Politics

: "Trump's final year as President: Part One | 7News Australia (2024) A Turbulent Year In Politics 1:21:25."
10 posts
#5

Crime

: "a documentary i highly recommend for sports fans and true Crime fans is the 30 for 30 Oj: made in America documentary it is an awesome documentary that won an emmy i believe"
7 posts
#6

Environment

: "Carbon Conspiracy: How shadowy think-tanks went to war on net zero (2024) - The Good Law Project documents how lobbyists in the UK undermine democracy and Environmental regulation. Released this week. [19:00]"
4 posts
#7

Social Issues

: "Raid on the Atlantic - Overfishing and exploitation of the sea (2024) West African waters once had some of the richest fish stocks in the world. Today they are severely depleted. Fishermen in Senegal fear for their livelihoods. Europeans, Chinese, Russians and Turks have overfished waters [42:26]"
4 posts
#8

Film

: "Behind the Scences - The Story of Cult Films: Das Boot (The Boat)"
4 posts
#9

Technology

: "Could You Survive as a Victorian Factory Worker? (2023) - As new technologies came into use in the 19th Century, the cotton mills became the centre of employment for many [00:35:30]"
3 posts
#10

Music

: "You See Me Laughin': The Last of the Hill Country Bluesmen. You See Me Laughin' is a personal journey into the lives and Music of the last of the hill country bluesmen who've kept their Music alive on the back porches and in the tiny juke joints of the Mississippi backwoods."
3 posts

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