397 free documentaries and films to watch online
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Over a century ago, the first explorers in the Congo forests sent back terrifying accounts of an aggressive ape, "half man, half beast," which inspired the myth of King Kong. Ever since then, we have had little contact with these lowland gorillas — they have remained a mystery to us. We have come to know the mountain gorillas of Rwanda intimately, but what are King Kong's wild lowland cousins really like? GORILLAS: ON THE TRAIL OF KING KONG follows Sir David Attenborough and intrepid cameraman Gavin Thurston on the trail deep into the heart of three gorilla sanctuaries in northern Congo: Ndoki, Odzala and Lossi, in search of the true nature of the lowland gorilla.


Fev 11


Baraka is a 1992 non-narrative film directed by Ron Fricke. The film is often compared to Koyaanisqatsi, the first of the Qatsi films by Godfrey Reggio of which Fricke was cinematographer. Baraka's subject matter has some similarities—including footage of various landscapes, churches, ruins, religious ceremonies, and cities thrumming with life, filmed using time-lapse photography in order to capture the great pulse of humanity as it flocks and swarms in daily activity. The film also features a number of long tracking shots through various settings, including one through former German concentration camps at Auschwitz and Tuol Sleng (in Cambodia) turned into museums honoring their victims.


Nov 10
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South Pacific is a British nature documentary series from the BBC Natural History Unit, which began airing on BBC Two on 10 May 2009. The six-part series surveys the natural history of the islands of the South Pacific region, including many of the coral atolls and New Zealand.


Filming took place over 18 months in a variety of remote locations around the Pacific including: Anuta (Solomon Islands), Banks Islands, French Frigate Shoals, Papua New Guinea, Palmyra, Kingman Reef, Tuvalu, Palau, Caroline Islands, Tuamotus and Tanna Island in Vanuatu.


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                         Episode 1 - Ocean of Islands

                         Episode 2 - Castways

                         Episode 3 - Endless Blue

                         Episode 4 - Ocean of Volcanoes

                         Episode 5 - Strange Islands

                         Episode 6 - Fragile Paradise


Out 10
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China is a vast country with an astonishingly diverse landscape. Through unprecedented access, this six-part series reveals the little-known natural treasures and secret wildlife havens of China's wildest regions.


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                     Part 1 - Heart of the Dragon

                     Part 2 - Shangri - La

                     Part 3 - Tibet

                     Part 4 - Beyond the Great Wall

                     Part 5 - Land of the Panda

                     Part 6 - Tides of Change


Jun 10
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Wildlife film about sperm whales, revealing the secret lives led by these often misunderstood ocean giants.


Although immortalised by Moby Dick as fearsome beasts of the sea, they are actually shy creatures, and cameraman Rick Rosenthal needed patience and persistence to film them at close quarters. They turn out to be efficient hunters with a close family network involving sophisticated and vocal social lives.



Mai 10
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Nature's Great Events is a wildlife documentary series made for BBC television, first shown in the UK on BBC One and BBC HD in February 2009. The series looks at how seasonal changes powered by the sun cause shifting weather patterns and ocean currents, which in turn create the conditions for some of the planet’s most spectacular wildlife events. Each episode focuses on the challenges and opportunities these changes present to a few key species.


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                       Episode 1 - The Great Melt

                       Episode 2 - The Great Salmon Run

                       Episode 3 - The Great Migration

                       Episode 4 - The Great Tide

                       Episode 5 - The Great Flood

                       Episode 6 - The Great Feast


Abr 10
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The Trials of Life: A Natural History of Behaviour is a BBC nature documentary series written and presented by David Attenborough, first transmitted in the UK from 4 October 1990.


A study in animal behaviour, it was the third in a trilogy of major series (beginning with Life on Earth) that took a broad overview of nature, rather than the more specialised surveys of Attenborough's later productions. Each of the twelve 50-minute episodes features a different aspect of the journey through life, from birth to adulthood and continuation of the species through reproduction.


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                        Ep. 1 - Arriving

                        Ep. 2 - Growing Up

                        Ep. 3 - Finding Food

                        Ep. 4 - Hunting and Escaping

                        Ep. 5 - Finding the Way

                        Ep. 6 - Home Making

                        Ep. 7 - Living Together

                        Ep. 8 - Fighting

                        Ep. 9 - Friends and Rivals

                        Ep. 10 - Talking to Strangers

                        Ep. 11 - Courting

                        Ep. 12 - Continuing the Line 

Fev 10
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Winged Migration (French: Le Peuple Migrateur, also known as The Travelling Birds in some UK releases, or The Travelling Birds: An adventure in flight in Australia), is a 2001 documentary film directed by Jacques Cluzaud, Michel Debats and Jacques Perrin (who was also one of the writers and narrators) showcasing the immense journeys routinely made by birds during their migrations.



Fev 10
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Winner of the coveted Golden Panda at Wildscreen 2004, The Elephant, the Emperor and the Butterfly Tree is an intimate and absorbing portrayal of the complex ecosystem that exists around Africa's mopane woodland.


Set to an award-winning score and with an African narrator, Sello Maake, the film is an intriguing account of the impact each individual species has on its environment. Exploring the fragile relationship between the elephant, the emperor moth and the mopane tree, stunning cinematography brings to life the eternal triangle of destruction, struggle and rebirth.



Fev 10
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Life is a nature documentary series made for BBC television, first broadcast on BBC One and BBC HD from October to December 2009. The series takes a global view of the specialised strategies and extreme behaviour that living things have evolved in order to survive; what Charles Darwin termed "the struggle for existence". Four years in the making, the series has been shot entirely in high definition.


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                                  Ep. 1 -  Challenges of Life

                                  Ep. 2 -  Reptiles and Amphibias

                                  Ep. 3 -  Mammals

                                  Ep. 4 -  Fish

                                  Ep. 5 -  Birds

                                  Ep. 6 -  Insects

                                  Ep. 7 -  Hunters and Hunted

                                  Ep. 8 -  Creatures of the Deep

                                  Ep. 9 -  Plants

                                  Ep.10 - Primates


Jan 10
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A 1997 Discovery Networks documentary that features the trials of "Digger" aka "Little-Boy" and his family as they struggle to survive. This is a very dark but realistic look at the lives of this small group Meerkats and should be viewed with a bit of discretion.



Dez 09
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This is the story of the Philippine tarsier ? the oldest and most mysterious primate in the world.


Small enough to nestle in the palm of a hand, with massive, appealing eyes set in a tiny head, these beguiling creatures have aroused suspicion and fear among humans for centuries. This is largely because of their strange features ? reminiscent of fantasised extra-terrestrial creatures ? mysterious lives and the spiritual myths surrounding them.



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