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Everything new streaming this DECEMBER 2023 on DOCPLAY

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December on DocPlay is set to be a cinematic feast, as the platform unveils an array of riveting documentaries and series.

From the Berlinale Golden Bear winner On the Adamant to the intimate Australian documentary Because We Have Each Other, DocPlay’s lineup is as diverse as it is enthralling.

Headlining the selection is On the Adamant, premiering on December 11. This Berlinale Golden Bear-winning film by renowned French director Nicolas Philibert offers an exclusive glimpse into the lives of individuals aboard the Adamant, a floating art therapy centre on the Seine. Philibert, celebrated for his 2002 documentary To Be and To Have, which also begins streaming on DocPlay from December 11, will be available for interviews.

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Adding to the platform’s Australian content, Because We Have Each Other, directed by Sari Braithwaite, delivers an intimate portrayal of a neurodiverse family living on the fringe. The documentary, which took five years to complete, focuses on the daily lives of Janet, Buddha, and their five adult children, and is set for release on December 7. Braithwaite is open to interview requests.

A Compassionate Spy, from acclaimed director Steve James, is a timely documentary that delves into the life of Manhattan Project scientist Ted Hall. The film explores Hall’s decision to share classified nuclear secrets with Russia and is scheduled for release on December 14. James, known for his work on Hoop Dreams, is available for interviews.

In the realm of political documentaries, A Storm Foretold by Christoffer Guldbrandsen presents a gripping narrative about Donald Trump’s former adviser, Roger Stone. The documentary, filmed over three years, includes the events leading up to the January 6 storming of the US Capitol and will premiere on December 18. Guldbrandsen is open for interview sessions.

For true crime enthusiasts, Railway Murders, a six-part series premiering on December 4, investigates the history of crimes on Britain’s railways. This series brings together files from Scotland Yard and the Railways Police, offering a unique perspective on these chilling cases.

Is There Anybody Out There, another DocPlay Exclusive set for release on December 7, is a deeply personal documentary by filmmaker Ella Glendining. The film explores Glendining’s journey in finding individuals who share her rare disability. Glendining, based in the UK, is available for interviews.

Finally, Munich 72, a three-part series releasing on December 21, recounts the harrowing events of the 1972 Munich Olympics terror attack. This new series promises to provide an unprecedented narrative of this historical tragedy.

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DocPlay’s December lineup exemplifies the platform’s commitment to delivering diverse and thought-provoking content, solidifying its position as a key player in the streaming landscape.

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