The Best Documentaries of 2019 So Far

2019 has been an amazing year for documentaries so far. Independent film makers, brands and broadcasters are finding more fascinating stories than ever before. We’ve already seen loads of ground-breaking docs so far this year and we’re sure that there will still be plenty more to come. In no particular order, here’s our pick of some of the best documentaries in 2019, so far.

Step Inside China’s Illegal Rap Scene

The Guardian

Examining Modern Masculinity

The Guardian

The North and South Korea Makeup Wars

Refinery29

Save The Pangolin

National Geographic

New York Police’s Fight Club

Vice

Greta Thunberg’s Climate Revolution

Vice

The Homeless Film Director

Vice

Ordinary Life In Miniature

Ellen Evans

The Future Of Football Is Female

Nike

Hepatitis Buyers Club

The Guardian

What Autism Feels Like

The New York Times

Not Here By Luck

Nike SB

The Toothbrush Pollution Crisis

National Geographic

Need An Emotional Support Animal?

The Guardian

Extreme Beekeeping – Climbing Mountains For Honey

Great Big Story

Surviving Being Kidnapped By Somali Pirates

The New York Times

Tiger Hood – Street Golf in New York

Nicolas Heller

Atomic Soldiers

The New York Times

Inside India: The World’s Biggest Election

Vox

The Amazing German “Tinder Tree”

Great Big Story