Contrary to popular belief, a documentary doesn’t need to be a long factual piece. A two-minute film also talks a lot about a person or social issues which might get lost in a long version. While a documentary is all about narrating factual content, adding an artistic layer to it while filming delivers some incredible results.

So today we’re are going to take a look at some short films that go beyond the conventional method of documentary filmmaking. Here art and a bit of abstractness take the front seat!

1 – Speed

Set in the gloomy and dark landscape of Detroit, this short documentary is about a guy named Speed Miller. He followed a treacherous path growing up until the horses at his grandad’s farm outside of Detroit embraced him and reminded Miller of his purpose.

2 – The Art of Making, Alma Flamenca

Here’s an intriguing story of the fine art of making a Spanish guitar backed by a visually stunning narrative. It’s an episode that aims to share the dedication of a luthier in making of a beautiful stringed instrument that plucks million hearts with its melodious tune.

3 – Scanning the Horizon

Like a piercing winter breeze, they cycle through the streets of Madrid, testing their adrenaline limits. They engage in illegal and a life-threatening sport of cycling which defies all laws and human fear. This is the story of Madrid’s cycle courier guys who love to cheat death in its face!

If you like the article, do share it with your friends and family. Don’t forget to share your thoughts about these documentaries by writing to me at saumitra.shinde@gmail.com or DM me on my Instagram.

#DocuWatch – Week 3

Post navigation


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.