2004 Documentary Movies (By Date)

Juvies

    • 66 min
    • Documentary

    Director Leslie Neale delivers an unblinking look at the juvenile criminal justice system. Narrator Mark Wahlberg -- who experienced adult prison firsthand after being arrested at age 16 -- also served as the film's executive producer.

    Doctor Who: Beneath the Lights

      • Unrated
      • 27 min
      • Documentary

      This compilation features material taken from a studio reel recorded during August 1984, for "The Two Doctors", covering the filming of three separate scenes. It aims to demonstrate the mechanics and methods used on the studio floor in order to record all the material necessary for use in the final cut. Written by Anonymous

      Doctor Who: Beneath the Sun

        • Unrated
        • 36 min
        • Documentary

        A featurette detailing the location filming in Spain for "Doctor Who: The Two Doctors".

        Krumped

          • 24 min
          • Short

          The hot new hip-hop dance arrives via Los Angeles

          Between the White Lines

            • Unrated
            • 89 min
            • Documentary

            College Days, College Nights

              • Unrated
              • 414 min
              • Documentary

              A documentary exploring the lives of several UBC students over the course of a school year.

              Late Breaking News

                • Unrated
                • 86 min
                • Documentary

                Getting Nowhere Faster

                  • Documentary

                  “Getting Nowhere Faster” brings to light the elusive and mysterious underworld of female skateboarders. The project features skateboarding from the most talented group of shred-getters ever assembled including professional street skaters, vert pioneers, and X Games champions: Vanessa Torres, Amy Caron, Cara Beth Burnside, Elizabeth Nitu, Faye Jaime, Alex White, Patiane Frietas, “Nugget”, Lauren Mollica, Van Nguyen, Lauren Perkins, Lyn-z Adams Hawkins, Stefanie Thomas, Kenna Gallagher,...

                  Mistaken Identity

                    • Unrated
                    • Documentary

                    "Mistaken Identity -: Discovering Sikhs" is a docu-drama hosted by Amanda Gesine, five days after 9/11/2001. Mistaken for terrorists simply because they wear turbans and beards for religious reasons, the story focuses on Sikh Americans who immigrated to North America in the 1880's, worked hard and contributed to the country's economy as farming land owners, blue collar laborers, doctors and IT corporate heads.The film shows Sikhs living all across America; their lifestyles,...

                    A State of Mind (2004)

                    A State of Mind

                    • 89%
                    • NONE
                    • 93 min
                    • Documentary

                    Following on from the 2002 RTS award winning documentary 'The Game of Their Lives', VeryMuchSo productions were granted permission from the North Korean film authorities to make a second documentary. An observational film following two young gymnasts and their families for over eight months in the lead up to the Mass Games- involving a cast of thousands in a choreographed socialist realism spectacular- the biggest and most elaborate human performance on earth.

                    The Dust Factory (2004)

                    The Dust Factory

                    • 9%
                    • PG-13
                    • 99 min
                    • Drama

                    "The Dust Factory" is an adventure about the love and friendship between two teenagers who help each other through a difficult time in their lives. It's the story of Ryan Flynn (Ryan Kelley), a wondrous young boy who hasn't spoken since witnessing his father's death at the age of nine. Now thirteen, Ryan has a near fatal accident when he falls from a bridge and is magically transported to a fantasy realm known as The Dust Factory (a place that mirrors his fear of mortality). In this strange yet...

                    The Gerson Miracle (2004)

                    The Gerson Miracle

                      • G
                      • 91 min
                      • Documentary

                      The Gerson Miracle examines many of the elements of the Gerson Therapy, explaining why we are so ill and how we have in our grasp the power to recover our health without expensive, toxic or mutilating treatments, using the restorative forces of our own immune systems. Even the most advanced cases of cancer can be successfully reversed using this method. While the results seem miraculous, the real "miracle" lies within our own body and its healing processes.

                      Chek ji kuen wong (2004)

                      Chek ji kuen wong

                        • Unrated
                        • 88 min
                        • Documentary

                        Wah Sang was a boxing champion seven years ago. He now works at a garage and cares for his seven-year-old son Henry. They live a small apartment and Wah spends much of his time gambling and drinking. Henry wants Wah, whom he addresses by that name him to return to boxing, but Wah is hesitant because he suffered a brain injury. Henry is a go-kart racer, and at the track, Susan sees her friend Jenny, whose son is also in the race, being rude to him, so she approaches him and bets...

                        Michael & Me (2004)

                        Michael & Me

                          • PG
                          • 90 min
                          • Documentary

                          Attorney and Radio Talk-Show host Larry Elder spends a year and a half attempting to interview Michael Moore in response to Moore's assertions about guns made in Bowling for Columbine.

                          Naked Fame (2004)

                          Naked Fame

                          • 50%
                          • NONE
                          • 84 min
                          • Documentary

                          At the age of 40, wildly successful gay adult film star Colton Ford decides to leave porn behind and to pursue his dream: music. He definitely has the talent, but can he successfully use his porn past to build up a new career as a singer-songwriter? Christopher Long's intelligent and appealing documentary, "Naked Fame," attempts to answer that question, following Colton and his life partner, fellow adult film star Blake Harper, as Colton moves from the film studio to the music recording...

                          First Love (2004)

                          First Love

                          • 53%
                          • Unrated
                          • 100 min
                          • Drama

                          Vittorio is looking for a woman who matches his ideal. Through a classified ad he meets Sonia, a sweet, pleasant, intelligent girl. However, she weighs 125 pounds -- which according to Vittorio is way too much. A goldsmith by trade, Vittorio is obsessed with the desire to shape Sonia's body and mind as does a fire with gold. Almost imperceptibly Sonia becomes a passive participant and the relationship grows into a reciprocal masochistic game. When the two lovers isolate themselves in a...

                          Voices of Iraq (2004)

                          Voices of Iraq

                          • 60%
                          • Unrated
                          • 80 min
                          • Documentary

                          Filmed and directed by the Iraqis themselves -- thousands of them, from all walks of life, all over their country. The producers, who distributed more than 150 digital video cameras across the country, condensed more than 400 hours of footage into an unprecedented, and startling, look at life in a war zone. It's a new genre of filmmaking. Written by Anonymous

                          Mondovino (2004)

                          Mondovino

                          • 72%
                          • PG-13
                          • 135 min
                          • Documentary

                          A documentary on the impact of globilization on the world's different wine regions.

                          CSA: The Confederate States of America (2004)

                          CSA: The Confederate States of America

                            • NONE
                            • 89 min
                            • Comedy

                            "C.S.A." is a faux documentary about an America in which the South won the Civil War.

                            Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst

                            • 87%
                            • NONE
                            • 89 min
                            • Documentary

                            With "Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst," filmmaker Robert Stone brings into sharp focus the mood of the early 1970s, a mood that inspired the formation of the first radical domestic terrorist cell to become a media sensation in the United States, the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA). The SLA wreaked havoc on the West Coast and our national psyche for over two years, leaving behind a rich trove of paranoid recordings and scores of violent acts, including the kidnapping of heiress Patty...