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Friday, September 18, 2009

Watch Documentary Movies Online

Love to watch documentaries ? Bodocus is a website where you can freely access and stream over 650 documentary movies. No registration required, just select your movie and watch. Categories include: Anthropology, Biographies, Business, Environment, Foreign, Politics, Health, History, Lifestyle / Society, Mystery, Religion, Science, and Technology.

Click this link to visit http://www.bodocus.com.

FreeDocumentaries is another site that aggregates and categorizes online documentary movies in one place. Choose and stream any documentary for free. Browse films by theme, geographical region, or alphabetically. Get notified about new film additions. Choose between different video sizes (Small, Medium or Large).

Click this link to visit http://www.freedocumentaries.org.

Surfthechannel

This site has an impressive Documentary section. There are almost 1800 documentaries there. For avid documentary fans there is also a latest additions RSS feed that lets you stay on top of all recent additions from your favorite feedreader.

Click this link to visit the Documentaries section of the SurfTheChannel website.

SnagFilms

SnagFilms makes it possible to find, watch, and share the best film documentaries out there. Users can log on and browse various categories of documentaries, such as environment, health, and politics. Listed films range from large titles, like National Geographic programs, to small lesser-known independent features. Because the goal is to spread the word about these films, all documentaries can be watched on the SnagFilms site for free. Moreover, users can embed a widget that allows the films to be watched from their own sites. Before viewing the film, users may read a quick synopsis, as well as any corresponding comments that other users have made. When available, users may order a DVD of the film right from the SnagFilms site.

Click this link to visit http://www.snagfilms.com.

Docu-View

If you like watching documentaries, make sure to bookmark Docu-View.com. Docu-View aggregates good quality documentaries from everywhere around the web and lets you watch them from the website. There are currently around 500 free documentary movies and videos and more being added periodically. The videos are nicely organized into categories with popular videos highlighted on the homepage.

Click this link to visit http://www.docu-view.com.

1 comment:

Yogesh Jagam said...

Watch Documentaries and shorts on humanity and social issues free online
visit http://www.cultureunplugged.com

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