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British Immigration, Saving Banksy + MMA with Down's Syndrome


Rocumentaries 📼

July 9 · Issue #30 · View online

Curated links to the very best documentaries

Hello stranger,
We’ve been super duper busy over at Camp Roc. So apologies for the brief pause in our digest. 
We’ve hunted down some excellent films that we’ll be sharing with you soon, and working on features to dramatically improve the website experience. More on that soon.
In the meantime, here are three little gems we think you’ll enjoy…

Who Should We Let In? Ian Hislop on the First Great Immigration Row ★★★★★
A fantastic exploration by British journalist, Ian Hislop. The documentary looks at the United Kingdom’s record of immigration and how history has a habit of repeating itself. (60mins)
Saving Banksy ★★★★
A documentary exploring the world of street art. Once an underground phenomenon, the likes of Banksy have catapulted the value of street art across the world. This film looks at the unauthorised dealers attempting to profit from abandoned pieces, and how the street art world feels about them. 
(68 mins)
Watch Now on Netflix
G Money: The MMA Fighter with Down's Syndrome Fighting for the Right to Fight [Micro Doc] ★★★★
A film following Garrett Holeve, an MMA fighter who’s dream is to compete in an official bout. (15mins)
Watch Now on YouTube
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