7 Documentary Recommendations to Watch in Quarantine

7 Documentary Recommendations to Watch in Quarantine
13 Mayıs 2020 - Yazan, 5

In this period, many of us are looking for quality and viewable content, but we find it difficult to find. We have heard this need of you, and as ASD Creative, the web design firm of Eskişehir, we have compiled quality documentaries that can be watched in these days because of covid-19. Before moving on to our list, we would like to state that we have written from less known to more known and the perception of liking will vary from person to person. Have a good time already.

Turkey with Simon Reeve


Probably, you may have come across some of this documentary by a word from Ali Ağaoğlu. Obviously, we came across that short video, but we were amazed after watching it. A documentary broadcast by BBC reporter Simon Reeve in 2017. Turkey learned that you can see how the alien, you can witness all kinds of socio-economic strata, a two-part series flowing like water. It should definitely be watched.

IMDB: 7.6

That day

First of all, Turkey is interested in the past as a certainty If you need to trace a documentary dealing with here. A documentary broadcast by Can Dündar in 2002. Adnan Menderes plane crash August 17 until the earthquake can testify to the different events that have affected the history of Turkey. The lesson should be drawn.

IMDB: 7.0

Great World History



The documentary covers important events in the world, starting from the story of people in Africa spreading all over the world. In the documentary, events are usually animated using actors. The documentary prepared by Andrew Marr, also a BBC reporter, is a documentary released in 2012. An amazing production that will quench your curiosity.

IMDB: 8.4




Our list will please lovers of the political history of Turkey had a fabulous documentary more. We have tried to prepare as objective as possible documentary tells the transition to democracy in Turkey. We can see many important people who have witnessed the events from all walks of life. The documentary was published by Mehmet Ali Birand and Can Dündar in 1991 and is currently available on Youtube channel 32. Gün. In addition, the documentaries “12 March”, “12 September”, “Özallı Yıllar” and “28 February”, which are considered as the sequel of Demirkırat, should definitely be watched (also available on the same channel). Finally, the music composed by the famous composer Fahir Atakoğlu is another factor that connects you to the documentary.

IMDB: 8.8





One of the most interesting documentaries on our list is Zeitgeist. This documentary, which has a different place with its fiction and content, consists of 3 chapters and deals with religion, money and the events of September 11. A documentary by Peter Joseph in 2007. A great option to broaden our perspective.

IMDB: 8.1


Our planet


While watching this documentary, you can feel sad and have fun. Focusing on the events in nature in general, this document makes it special, the quality of shooting and the moments it captures. Indeed, a script was written to the animals and they seem to be playing too. A documentary broadcast on Netflix in 2019. This documentary, which will have many moments in mind, should be watched without any doubt.

IMDB: 9.3

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey



We came to this documentary that is on the last line of our list and you probably heard before. This documentary, which has episodes of all kinds of events, discoveries and scientists in Cosmos, is absolutely sad after finishing, but this year there was a development that will relieve our sadness and a series focused on the lives of other planets under the name of "Cosmos: Possible Worlds" was published as of 2020. The documentary is hosted by Carl Sagan, the producer of the first documentary series (Cosmos: A Personal Voyage), the famous astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. After this documentary, you will look at the world with a different eye.

IMDB: 9.3

Cüneyt M. Elbastı