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Some New Documentary DVD Releases

posted 18 Jan 2016, 12:00 by Julian Whiting

Dressed As a Girl Wolfpack Unbranded DO I SOUND GAY

CITY OF GOLD (18) 2015 GABBERT, LAURA £19.99
A documentary about Los Angeles renegade foodie and cult icon Jonathan Gold.
DO I SOUND GAY? (15) 2014 THORPE, DAVID £17.99
When the Brooklyn filmmaker started to wonder why some gay men have
stereotypical gay voices, he set out on a physical and emotional journey to find out the real reasons behind why his voice sounds gay.
DRESSED AS A GIRL (18) 2015 ROTHBART, COLIN £15.99
British documentary which follows a group of drag artists. Filmed over
five years, the film provides an insight into East London’s drag scene by profiling some of its most famous characters .
FUTURE SHOCK! THE STORY OF 2000AD (15) 2014 GOODWIN, PAUL £15.99
Film about the science-fiction comic ‘2000AD’ which was first published
in 1977 and went on to inspire countless films and television shows including ‘RoboCop’ and ‘Alien’.
GRIZZLY MAN (15) 2005 HERZOG, WERNER £15.99
Documentary from acclaimed director Werner Herzog which explores the life and death of amateur grizzly bear expert and wildlife preservationist Timothy Treadwell.
HUNTED (PG) 2015 £25.99
Latest David Attenborough wild life series.
LOOKING FOR LOVE (15) 2015 SHABAZZ, MENELIK £15.99
A look at the world of dating in contemporary Britain’s black communities.
OLDER THAN IRELAND (E) 2015 FEGAN, ALEX £12.99
30 Irish men and women over the age of 100 are interviewed and reflect on the key moments of their lives and discuss the true meaning of their journeys.
PRECINCT SEVEN FIVE (15) 2014 RUSSELL, TILLER £15.99
The film chronicles the corrupt practices of East Brooklyn’s 75th Police precinct in the 1980 during the city’s crime and crack cocaine epidemic.
UNBRANDED (15) 2015 BARIBEAU, PHILLIP £15.99
Documentary following four college graduates as they embark upon a journey of self-discovery and travel 3000 miles on horseback across the American West.
THE WOLFPACK (15) 2015 MOSELLE, CRYSTAL £17.99
Document of the Angulo family who kept their 6 boys prisoners in their small New York apartment. The boys became curious about the outside world and began recreating to recreate it from movies that they were allowed to watch including ‘Reservoir Dogs’ and ‘Pulp Fiction’.

DVDs available to buy from J.Whiting Books/Worldonlinecinema.com at –

http://www.worldonlinecinema.com/Home/documentaries

 

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