Netflix places 10 free documentary films and docuseries on YouTube

Netflix places 10 free documentary films and docuseries on YouTube, Netflix puts 10Our world, babies and other docs are free to use in remote learning by teachers and parents, but they’re also available to anyone who wants to watch. Free docuseries, and YouTube documentaries

On Friday, Netflix launched 10 of its documentary films, shorts, and docuseries free on YouTube for anyone to watch globally, the firm said. The change is intended to provide more exposure to educational programming to families and teachers, but the titles could appeal to anyone who likes docs — including the Netflix BBC-style nature docuseries Our World, an Ava DuVernay Oscar-nominated film, and two titles that won Oscars for best short documentary.

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“Netflix has been encouraging teachers to screen documentaries in their classrooms for several years. But, with schools closed that is not possible,” Netflix said in a blog post. “We have made available a number of our documentary features and episodes on the Netflix US YouTube at their request

The new coronavirus, which triggers the respiratory disease known as COVID-19, has rapidly spread into a pandemic around the world. Cities, states, and countries have shut down quarantines, schools, and entire industries, and health care systems fail to cope. And how we entertain ourselves has been upended: shuttering movie theaters, retaining film and television projects, and waiting months for big-budget films. That has resulted in a spike in streaming.

As the largest streaming service in the world, Netflix has been in high demand with more than 167 million subscribers. YouTube, too, has.

  • 13th. Netflix headlines shared on Friday on YouTube include: Ava DuVernay’s film, nominated for best Oscar documentary, examines how America’s legacy of slavery is related to modern-day mass incarceration and the American prison industry.
  • Abstract: The Art of Design. This series’ first season goes into the art, technology, and architecture theory.Abstract: The Art of Design | Christoph Niemann: Illustration ...
  • Babies. Select episodes of this documentary, which was only released earlier this year and stems from a project documenting the first full year of human life, from a helpless newborn to a walking, verbalizing newborn, and plunging into the science behind these milestones
  • Chasing Coral. This documentary film follows a group of filmmakers, enthusiasts and scientists who are fascinated with corals as they attempt to capture catastrophic coral “bleaching” events around the world.
  • Specified. Select episodes from this series go deep into a variety of culturally important issues, such as the water crisis around the world, and wage disparities based on race and gender. Even having free episodes on YouTube of WTF is cricket (like, the sport, not the insect) and why people discuss internally finishing sentences with an exclamation point.
  • Knock The Building Down. The sensation of last year’s Sundance Film Festival, this doc is monitoring four women first-time candidates as they campaign for office, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
  • Our Planet. This eight-part docuserie, produced by several BBC veterans and hosted by David Attenborough, examines the wonders of our natural world with never-before-filmed human and animal glimpses. It was shot over four years, with over 600 crew members in 50 countries across all continents of the world.Our Planet' coming to Netflix – Nerds and Beyond
  • Period. The End of Judgment. Winner of the Oscar for best short documentary in 2019, this film is about a rural village in India where women band together to make affordable menstrual pads and seek to break a deeply rooted stigma about menstruation.
  • The White Helmets. This film looks at three rescue workers from the White Helmet risking their lives to save civilians in Aleppo, Syria, in the midst of the devastating war in the region. It won the 2017 Oscar for best short documentary.Netflix Releases Documentaries on YouTube, So You Can Watch for Free
  • Zion. Zion. This short documentary is a snapshot of Zion Clark, a young wrestler born without legs who grew up in foster care and went on to compete against enigmatic peers. The wrestling mat provides a therapeutic outlet for Clark, and a way to create his own family sense.

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