Nick Broomfield

    • set 5 documentaries

    Nick Broomfields new documentary on Whitney Houston releases this week in Dutch cinema’s. We’ve selected five ‘oldies’ for you to watch online, by this established, honored and controversial filmmaker, like Fetishes: Mistresses and Domination at Pandora's Box.

    Documentaries in this selectie

    Who Cares

    • Nick Broomfield
    • 1970

    The residents of an old neighborhood in Liverpool are forced to move to a suburban flat.

    Proud to Be British

    • Nick Broomfield
    • 1972

    Ironical but disconcerting inquiry into class consciousness, racism and nationalism in and around Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, where the National Film and Television School is located.

    Too White for Me

    • Nick Broomfield
    • 1992

    Colourful portrait of the successful black South African pop musician Chicco Twala.

    The Leader, His Driver and the Driver's Wife

    • Nick Broomfield
    • 1991

    In 1991, Nick Broomfield tries in vain to interview Eugene Terre’Blanche, leader of the extreme rightwing South African organization AWB. But he does manage to get acquainted with his driver.

    Fetishes: Mistresses and Domination at Pandora's Box

    • Nick Broomfield
    • 1996

    In a sumptuous SM salon in New York, the most bizarre sexual desires are fulfilled.