Doc Channels is a platform for showcasing videos and documentaries for streaming and download. We feature docs on humanities, mental health, PSA announcements, and venues in a positive way. We do not allow porn, horror or negative documentaries that may purposely trigger negative emotions or responses in viewers.
This is a stirring documentary on helping teens learn to drive under control and avoid speeding in an effort to help save lives. This video was produced with high-school teens that encourage their classmates and others to slow down and live. It was filmed in partnership with the Kelowna RCMP detachment.
Trigger Warning! This video contains graphic images and may trigger some emotional issues. See our website SpeedKills.Live https://speedkills.live
See a short sample here that we did to support the Food Banks of British Columbia. With Covid-19 and other stresses to families, single-parent households and children, the need for support has never been greater. We chose to create this video to bring awareness for the need for food, funding and volunteers to the food banks worldwide. See our sample video here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lO4x5HttFUc
Suicide and depression are two of the most common issues people deal with on a global scale. Worldwide someone takes their life every 45 SECONDS! We address these issues and others in short PSA announcements. See a sample here of a young woman that is contemplating ending her life and chooses life instead. We can add your name, logo or company to any of these documentary to help support those in need that suffer from mental illness or at risk for suicide. See a sample here. Trigger Warning! This video may trigger some emotional issues for some viewers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-cuQcLhnk4
This short video shows the history of how Indigenous people were removed from their land, put into non-traditional homes, then allowed to return to their own land. They now pass on those stories from one generation to another. Remember, we are ALL immigrants unless we were born Indigenous. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzxO0Atb1Z0
Many times women find themselves in risky situations, through no fault of their own. In this video we can only speculate how the woman died, whether at the hands of someone else or not, but most likely that is the case. Women want our respect, love and protection, they do NOT just want chocolate, flowers and candles. Help us help protect and keep everyone safe, including women that deserve our respect and love. Trigger Warning! This video contains graphic images and may trigger some emotional issues for some viewers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJf1GEZRf5Y
In this short one-minute trailer Michelle Novakowski, Executive Director and Mandy Glinsbockel, Community Engagement/Marketing Coordinator from Elizabeth Fry Society discuss with Keri-Lynn Turney from Doc Channels how and why women are often reluctant to come forward about a sexual assault. They also explore the statistics of how many assaults are reported and more importantly, how many are NOT reported, and why they are not. This compelling video is a sample of the upcoming documentary about sexual assault in Kelowna, BC, Canada. For more information about Elizabeth Fry Society see: http://empowerific.com
See the video sample here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vd_0g87t4vI&t=2s
Most charities, foundations, companies, and organizations see the value of a website. Many do NOT take advantage of having a PSA, commercial or documentary produced that showcases their work or helps them in fundraising or marketing. These are valuable tools. If a picture is worth a thousand words, how much is a video or documentary worth. We can create a video, commercial or documentary for your organization.
Tell us a little bit about your project. We will get back to you as soon as you can with some ideas of how we can make your story shine.