The open documentary lab
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Robin Good's insight:
Docubase is a project of the MIT Open Documentary Lab that aims to create a collaborative, participatory community around a growing collection of innovative documentaries curated by experts and outsiders alike.
Documentaries can be searched and sorted easily in a number of ways (most recent, most viewed, alphabetical order / or as a list rather than a mosaic). The interface is slick, colorful and simple to use.
More than 140 documentaries are already available and a selected group of curators has put together a number of publicly available playlists designed aroound key themes connecting these clips.
The curators: http://docubase.upian.com/curator/
A fantastic resource for documentary lovers and a great example of how in an open and participatory project, curation can play a fundamental role.
Free to use.
Try it out now: http://docubase.upian.com/
More info: http://docubase.upian.com/about/
Suggest projects to be included: http://docubase.upian.com/contact/
Read more about it: http://opendoclab.mit.edu/docubase_conversation
Robin Good: If you are looking for a good curated resource for video documentaries, and you are not looking just for mainstream stuff, Chockadoc provides over 32 different collections and over 2000 free video documentaries, immediately viewable online.
Categories include everything from "health" to "war". See all the categories isted here: http://i.imgur.com/I39C7.jpg
The service is free, it requires no registration and it is ad-supported.
Try it out now: http://www.chockadoc.com/