Free Documentaries To Watch This Weekend

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We have put together a list of 10 documentaries that talk about everything, including aliens! Get your popcorn ready now, because these documentaries will have you glued to the TV. Check out our list of documentaries below.


Free Documentaries To Watch This Weekend


1. UFOs: 50 Years of Denial

Ufos: 50 Years of Denial
This documentary aims to demystify the controversial phenomenon of UFOs and offers explosive information about some of the biggest cover-ups of the last century, from Roswell to Area 51.
2. The Hollywood Madam
Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood ... Nick Broomfield tackles his most controversial subject yet with Hollywood madam, Heidi Fleiss. Featuring a parade of pimps, hustlers, informers and cops, it’s clear that no one can be trusted in this twisted, wretchedly funny “Rashomon” of sleaze.
3. Living In Emergency

Living in Emergency: Stories of Doctors Without Borders
Set in war-torn Congo and Liberia,”Living in Emergency” interweaves the stories of four volunteers with Doctors Without Borders as they struggle to provide emergency medical care under the most extreme conditions.
4. Journey to Le Mans
Journey to Le Mans The 24 hours of Le Mans is the most famed endurance motorsport event in the universe. Witness up close the spectacle that is Le Mans, through the eyes and emotions of the men at the very heart of it (narrated by the legendary actor, Patrick Stewart).
5. Man Up & Go
Man Up & Go An unlikely band of American men travels to Africa to launch a movement called Man Up. The objective: to become fathers to the fatherless.
6. Dancing Across Borders
Dancing Across Borders “Dancing Across Borders” tells the intimate and triumphant story of Sokvannara Sar in Angkor Wat, Cambodia. The film follows Sy’s development as a dancer and gives a behind-the-scenes look into the world of American ballet.
7. The Last Days of Extraordinary Lives
The Last Days of Extraordinary Lives In this inspiring and captivating documentary, ordinary people face their last days and yet tell extraordinary stories about their lives and the beautiful experience of living.
8. Pressure Cooker 
Pressure Cooker Wilma Stephenson runs a boot camp teaching Culinary Arts, disciplining her students into capable chefs and responsible students. But behind her tough exterior is a teacher who cares deeply about getting the best out of her kids.
9. Beatles The Journey
Beatles: The Journey

This riveting documentary follows the formation and rise of the world’s first supergroup: The Beatles. Re-live the events that marked them as a music phenomenon and follows their careers through to the deaths of John Lennon and George Harrison.

10. Bill Cunningham New York
Bill Cunningham New York For decades, this New York Times photographer has been obsessively chronicling fashion trends he spots for his beloved Style section columns On The Street and Evening Hours.

If you are in the mood to watch more documentaries, check out our Roku Documentary Depot Channel. Documentary Depot  features thousands of documentaries on a variety of subjects. Whether you want to watch a Nature Documentary, a War Doc or something about recent events in Culture and Society, you can find them all on in the Documentary Depot Channel.


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