Have a DocPlay account but don’t know what to watch? Our December highlights guide is here to help!
Railway Murders (Series)
This six-part true crime series considers the history of blood on the tracks of Britain, compiled from the files of Scotland Yard and the Railways Police.
Because We Have Each Other
An intimate documentary, five years in the making, that chronicles the life of Janet, Buddha and their five adult children: a neurodiverse family on the working-class fringe. Director Sari Braithwaite (AUS) is available for interview.
Is There Anybody Out There
A ‘deeply personal and disarmingly honest documentary’ in which filmmaker Ella Glendining searches for individuals with the same rare disability as herself.
On the Adamant
On the Adamant. Image: TS Productions.
Winner of the 2023 Berlinale’s prestigious Golden Bear Award, this film from French director Nicolas Philibert (To Be and To Have) invites viewers to spend time with the residents of a floating art-therapy centre in Paris.
To Be and To Have
Philibert’s multi-award-winning 2002 documentary, also streams on DocPlay from 11 December.
A Compassionate Spy
From director Steve James (Hoop Dreams), this documentary tells the story of Manhattan Project scientist Ted Hall, who shared classified nuclear secrets with Russia.
A Storm Foretold
A ‘jaw-dropping, no-holds-barred portrait of Donald Trump’s former adviser, Roger Stone’, filmed over three years in the lead-up to the 6 January storming of the US Capitol.
Munich 72 (Series)
A new three-part series that tells the story of the 1972 Munich Olympics terror attack, as it’s never been told before.