Ever wonder what happened to Jack Rebney, the hilarious NSFW Winnebago Man? Fortunately for us, the Winnebago Man documentary is due out next month, so we’ll be able to get an update.
The Lazarus Effect is proof that HIV can be treated and prevented from being passed from mother to child. It only costs $0.40 to provide a person with the proper medicine. Help by donating at (RED).
Indie Game: The Movie, coming in Spring 2011, is a feature documentary about the human side of video games, video game developers and the connections between game and game-maker.
A short documentary on the dying trade of hand-painted billboard art, Up There is insightful and touching. Directed by Malcolm Murray, the film is part of Stella Artois’ The Ritual Project.
You could call ’em blockheads, but for Adult Fans of LEGO it’d be a compliment: AFOL: A Blocumentary takes apart LEGO fans and reveals a surprisingly witty and skilled group of hobbyists.
In select theaters 3/12/10: Severe Clear puts you on the front lines with Marines in the 2003 Iraq War; it’s real video footage shot and narrated by First Lieutenant Mike Scotti.
Lord British finally rules space as well as Britannia in Man on a Mission; follow Richard Garriott as he makes millions in gaming and then uses it to spend 12 days in space aboard the ISS.
Available on Amazon VOD in February: The Dungeon Masters documents the lives of three D&D players who each get a chance to play heroes in the real world–sans the dice, of course.
Swift. Silent. Deep. is a documentary that gets deep in the powder with the Jackson Hole Air Force; the underground enthusiasts have a heavy hand in today’s modern ski bum culture.
It wasn’t built in a day, but you can watch it in only 22 hours: Rome: The Complete Series includes 10 discs and 22 episodes of the Julius Caesar Sopranos-in-52 B.C. docudrama.
From lumberjacks to knights, Monty Python: Almost The Truth squeezes 40 years into 8 hours; it interviews all five living members plus modern comedians like Jimmy Fallon and Seth Green.
Narrated by Lance Henriksen (Aliens’ Bishop android), Nightmares in Red, White and Blue is a documentary about America’s obsession with horror films; it’s also available as a book.
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