Link TV's DOC-DEBUT series highlights unique and groundbreaking documentary films from around the world. With a different documentary each week, DOC-DEBUT offers American audiences bold perspectives on world events and culture, as seen through the eyes of individuals across the globe.
Made possible with a grant from Millicent Bell through the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation.
DOC-DEBUT airs every Saturday at 8pm ET and 8pm PT
DOC-DEBUT: Afghan Muscles
Get an inside look at Afghanistan's thriving bodybuilding culture -- a sport that attracts thousands of young men across a country devastated by war and poverty who dream of attaining a better life through muscles.
This film about the Greek economic crisis is the culmination of a collective multimedia documentation called "The Prism GR2011" that took place in 2011 by photojournalists using DSLR-video for the first time.
Ferran Adrià is widely considered the best, most innovative chef in the world. Each year his restaurant El Bulli closes for six months so he and his team can create the new season's menu. Anything goes -- except repeats.
To save his village from destruction by Israel's Separation Barrier, an unlikely community organizer unites Israelis and Palestinians from all political factions with the help of his 15-year-old daughter.
This documentary by British filmmaker Robb Leech chronicles a year in his relationship to his middle-class stepbrother Richard Dart.
Robb Leech is desperate to know why his white middle-class step-brother Rich...