Underground Film Journal

Streaming: Documentary

To find the most wonderfully challenging, thought-provoking and enduring documentaries ever made to watch online, just look below.

Everyday Sunshine: The Story Of Fishbone

This documentary chronicles the friendship and tenacity of Fishbone lead singer Angelo Moore and bassist Norwood Fisher, who struggle to keep their beloved band popular and relevant.

Director: Chris Metzler

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East 3: Exploring A Frozen Frontier

A documentary profiling the cold, remote town of Inuvik, which is in Canada’s Northwest Territories, where traditional ways of life meet modern social problems.

Director: Mr. Young

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Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo

This poetic documentary examines Japanese culture’s obsession with insects, particularly beetles.

Director: Jessica Oreck

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Battle For Brooklyn

The residents of Brooklyn have to fight the city and greedy developers looking to tear down a beloved neighborhood to make way for a basketball stadium surrounded by enormous skyscrapers.

Director: Michael Galinsky, Suki Hawley

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American Grindhouse

An in-depth exploration into the sordid history of exploitation filmmaking, featuring tons of clips and interviews with some of the masters of the medium, such as Herschell Gordon Lewis, Joe Dante and John Landis.

Director: Elijah Drenner

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