Best new Docufictions (2017) - Top Netflix & Cinema



In documentary movies, the borders between fact and fiction are often not so easy to define. These movies all shift beautifully between fact and fiction, culminating into something greater.
The Vore's Film staff selects the top best docufiction movies of 2017 in cinema, DVD and Netflix. Are Roberto Minervini, Pedro Costa & Laurent Cantet our new docufiction genre directors? The main focus is on international art house & American and British indie cinema.

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Popular actorsMark Kelley, Lisa Allen & James Lee Miller
Trending moviesIm Keller, Your Name Here & Taklub

Anticipated 2017 docufiction movies to watch

Best docufiction movies on Netflix or DVD in 2017 & 2016

2010's best rated docufiction movies out on DVD, Bluray or streaming on VOD (Netflix, Amazon).

    Alamar (Wednesday July 14, 2010)

    Alamar film poster Director
    Pedro González-Rubio
    Cast
    Jorge Machado
    Roberta Palombini
    Natan Machado Palombini

    A heart touching story of a father and his son; a man of Mayan roots spends some time with his half Italian son at the Banco...Read more
    73%

    Horse Money (Sunday December 14, 2014)

    Horse Money film poster Director
    Pedro Costa
    Cast
    Ventura
    Vitalina Varela
    Tito Furtado

    The film is a sort of sequel to Costa's earlier movie 'Colossal Youth; it oscillates between present; where a police...Read more
    71%

    Im Keller (Friday September 26, 2014)

    Im Keller film poster Director
    Ulrich Seidl
    Cast
    Fritz Lang
    Alfreda Klebinger
    Manfred Ellinger

    Every house's basement has a story that closely relates to its inhabitants; this documentary takes a funny and interesting...Read more
    68%

    Interior. Leather Bar. (Sunday October 3, 3013)

    Interior. Leather Bar. film poster Director
    James Franco, Travis Mathews
    Cast
    Val Lauren
    Christian Patrick
    James Franco

    The story delves into the aspects of creative freedom and sexuality as it re-imagines the lost forty minutes from...Read more
    52%