Documentaries in French, Italian and German

PatricioIglesias mx 멕시코

Anyone could recomend any interesting documentaries in these languages? Anything about history, architecture, biographies would be great. I always find documentaries useful because they speak slow, while at the same time using a wide vocabulary. I also get motivated when I learn the language and the culture at the same time, for example learning about Leonardo Da Vinci in italian , watching a french revoultion documentary in french etc.

Edit: If anyone could recommend youtube channels or podcasts that would be great too.

March 12 at 02:24
  • Swedishfinngermanophile fi 핀란드

    It's quite on the nose but there is Arte. It is a Franco-German tv station that consist of documentaries in a few different fields. Last time, most of there docs where either in french or German and there where subtitles in the other language and usually in Spanish, English and maybe another languages as well.

    https://www.arte.tv/fr/

    For podcasts here are a few, although it is ages since I have listen to them if at all.

    http://chronico.de/magazin/geschichtspodcast/

    https://www.franceculture.fr/documentaires

    https://lab.gedidigital.it/repubblica/2017/veleno/trascrizione.php?p=1&refresh_ce

    There is also quite a lot of ARD docus but I couldn't figure out how to get to them but if you google ARD docus you should find some.

    March 12 at 04:46
    • PatricioIglesias mx 멕시코

      Thank you, I really liked on the top right you can change the language, so you can watch the same documentary on six different languages. It's content seems very interesting, I'll definitely use it.

      March 12 at 16:57
  • minichats dz 알제리

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    It's quite on the nose but there is Arte. It is a Franco-German tv station that consist of documentaries in a few different fields. Last time, most of there docs where either in french or German and there where subtitles in the other language and usually in Spanish, English and maybe another languages as well.

    March 12 at 18:05
  • geriscossalter br 브라질

    Holá Patrício,

    Creo que un canal que quizas podrías intentar es este:

    vpro world stories:

    https://bit.ly/2TIxRBB

    Yo escribo desde Brasil! Buerna suerte con tuyos estúdios!!!

    March 14 at 13:03
    • PatricioIglesias mx 멕시코

      muchas gracias, una pequeña corrección: "tus estudios" en lugar de "tuyos estúdios"

      March 15 at 16:27
      • geriscossalter br 브라질

        Gracias Patrício!!!!!!

        Entonces queda: Yo escribo desde Brasil! Buena suerte con tus estudios!!!!

        Si puede decir también: Buna onda! No?! Gracias!

        March 18 at 11:19
        • PatricioIglesias mx 멕시코

          buena onda tiene otro significado, significa que una persona es agradable

          March 18 at 15:22
          • geriscossalter br 브라질

            Muchíssimas gracias Patricio!

            March 19 at 12:44
  • hateflowswithyou au 오스트레일리아

    But I wonder what about Sicilian?? I know that it's distinct from Italian and I don't know where I start. I took a lot of inspiration from this walking tour: http://www.sicilyactivities.com/one-day-activities/taormina-walking-tour/, now I'm really interested!

    March 26 at 15:20
    • dbopperman us United States

      The regional dialects are fading away in Italy. Some of the older people still speak the regional dialect, but most of the younger people only use the regional dialect at home (if at all).

      March 28 at 06:47
      • PatricioIglesias mx 멕시코

        On my experience learning Italian, there are many young people who don't even speak their regional dialect, some may understand it, but many do not speak it fluently. Italian is used in all formal situations, dialect is mostly for the elderly.

        March 29 at 20:08
  • MarkE us United States

    Does anyone know of any Swedish material I can import into lingQ with audio?

    March 31 at 18:27