2015 / 29
This documentary profiles abstract minimalist pioneer Carmen Herrera as she enjoys artistic success and fame that literally took a lifetime to happen.
2017 / 29
The cast, producers and mental health professionals discuss scenes dealing with difficult issues, including bullying, depression and sexual assault.
2016 / 100
In this thought-provoking documentary, scholars, activists and politicians analyze the criminalization of African Americans and the U.S. prison boom. Slavery. Jim Crow. Criminalization. Links in a chain of racial inequality, forged by political and economic motives.
2017 / 36
Oprah Winfrey sits down with director Ava DuVernay to discuss her Oscar-nominated film, historical cycles of oppression and the broken prison system.
2007 / 51
Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku examines what our bodies, our cities, and our world will look like 50 years into the future. One of the smartest guys around has the skinny on the future of humankind. No crystal ball required.
2015 / 98
This film examines the role of racial prejudice in the 2012 slaying of African American teen Jordan Davis, fatally shot after a quarrel over music. A black teen and a white man argue over the volume of the boy's music. Minutes later, one of them lies dead.
2015 / 43
This documentary explores the lives of obsessive British pet owners, whose love of animals has reached extreme levels.
2016 / 27
This series examines the nature of cuteness and how adorability helps some animal species to survive and thrive in a variety of environments. What’s the cutest animal ever? A kitten? A puppy? A baboon? In the game of life, 72 species vie for the title.
2017 / 43
Powerful cats, indestructible arachnids and flesh-melting pit vipers are just the beginning in this series about Latin America's deadliest creatures. Crushing bites, venomous stings, ripping claws. The wild, untamed regions of Latin America show their savage side.
2017 / 91
Filmmakers and movie buffs examine the 78 setups and 52 cuts Hitchcock used to create the iconic -- and terrifying -- shower scene from "Psycho." Learn how one brilliantly edited scene changed the way people experience movies... and fear their morning shower.
2017 / 47
Step inside the minds of the most innovative designers in a variety of disciplines and learn how design impacts every aspect of life. They're problem solvers. Tastemakers. Storytellers. Eight design icons share a window into their world.
2016 / 100
This documentary follows African American musician Daryl Davis, who's been making it his mission to meet and greet racists to change their minds. One man's version of killing them with kindness. He's working to transform the world one hater at a time.
2015 / 79
This light-hearted documentary examines the phenomenon of erotic text messaging, talking about it with both pundits and participants. Millions of people do it, but very few will ever come out and talk about it. At least not until now.
2015 / 41
As their country struggles for independence from Britain, brave young Indians repeatedly risk their lives by infiltrating enemy forces as spies. They posed as the enemy and defied danger at every turn. Their bravery and sacrifices would help to free a nation.
2011 / 43
Free-diving master Frédéric Buyle travels to Mexico and French Polynesia, where he gets up close and personal with sharks, whales, dolphins and more. A world-champion free diver and shark whisperer meets aquatic creatures both beautiful and terrifying.
2012 / 59
Politician and filmmaker Rory Stewart hosts this documentary look at the recent history of Afghanistan, a nation wracked by foreign invasions and war. For centuries, empires have tried to capture this land, all in vain. It's a place and a people that won't be defeated.
2011 / 4.1 / 89
Samuel L. Jackson narrates this Disney nature documentary set in the African savanna, where we learn that animal families are a lot like our own. They work, love, play, fight and worry. Just like us. Welcome to the wildest neighborhood on Earth.
1955 / 72
Follow a pride of African lions as they raise their offspring, hunt and survive challenges like a swarm of locusts and both sand and tropical storms.
2013 / 4.5 / 48
This five-part nature series chronicles fascinating stories of survival on the African continent, home to the most diverse animal life on the planet. A giraffe showdown, armored crickets and amorous rhinos. Welcome to the wildest continent on Earth.
2010 / 93
This documentary explores the careers of some of porn's top stars and examines their adjustment to "normal" society after leaving adult entertainment. When the hedonism is over, the search for normality begins. But having a dirty past can leave its mark.
2017 / 99
Retired porn stars reflect on their experiences in the adult film industry, sharing successes and struggles, fond memories and regrets.
2011 / 69
In this lively documentary, athletes at the National Senior Games demonstrate that one thing age doesn't diminish is the competitive spirit. No matter how old you get, the drive to win never fades. These seniors teach us all how you bring our A game.
2011 / 42
Experience Egypt's rich Pharaonic history, from the foundation of the empire under King Narmer to the flourishing dynasty of Ramses the Great.
2003 / 89
Documentarian Nick Broomfield trains his lens on infamous serial killer Aileen Wuornos, who began her murder spree in 1992. Are monsters made or born? Every murderer has a story to tell, but hers is up for a lot of debate.