All Documentaries

Live Long Die Young

Live Long Die Young

In research facilities across the globe, scientists have found a way to extend the life span of a typical laboratory mouse by up to 50%. Could the same result be made possible for humans? Live Long Die Young, produced by the Australia-based ABCTV...

8.64

The Romanovs

The Romanovs

An elegantly produced documentary divided into eight parts and running nearly seven hours in length, The Romanovs beautifully encapsulates the epic story of the Russian Dynasty over the course of over three hundred years. The first episode opens in 1613 with the crowing...

8.53

Maternity Leave

Maternity Leave

The young mother returned to work three months after giving birth. She was wracked with guilt over leaving her infant son in the care of strangers, but grudgingly accepted that it was the reality for working parents living in the United States. Tragically,...

6.83

Brexit: The Movie

Brexit: The Movie

Should Britain stay in or exit the European Union? On June 23, 2016, voters can voice which side of the issue they fall on when they take part in a public referendum. In the lead-up to this crucial vote, the new feature-length documentary...

7.34

The Road to Fallujah

The Road to Fallujah

VICE News travels to one of the world's most dangerous war-torn regions in The Road to Fallujah, a searing account of the Iraqi battle to win back areas which have been overtaken by the Islamic State. With brute force and merciless violence, ISIS...

7.54

Offline is the New Luxury

Offline is the New Luxury

We've all witnessed it in restaurants, family gatherings or special events. Resembling hordes of mesmerized zombies, nearly every face we see is buried in the hypnotic glow of their smart phone or tablet. Is there any escape? The new documentary titled Offline is...

8.27

The Slum

The Slum

An epic document of living conditions within one of the world's poorest regions, The Slum is human drama of the highest order. Produced in six parts by Al Jazeera, the film allows us to experience the totality of what it means to live...

7.50

State of Surveillance

State of Surveillance

As you read this, your government could be thumbing through your contacts, reviewing your text messages and uploading the photos you have stored on your phone without your knowledge. This is the new reality in a post-9/11 age. Most citizens around the globe...

9.19

A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity

A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity

A feature-length documentary directed by Jordan Osmond and Samuel Alexander, A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity takes us to Gippsland, Australia, where residents have fully embraced the notion of a simpler existence far from the maddening crowds and stress-inducing cityscapes. Part of a...

6.51

When a Mother's Love is Not Enough

When a Mother's Love is Not Enough

Rosa Monckton is the mother of a teenage daughter with Down syndrome. Her emotionally involving documentary When a Mother's Love is Not Enough isn't just about the struggles and triumphs of her experience, but the plights facing all parents of disabled children, as...

8.33

Cash for Kim

Cash for Kim

In 2014, at a colossal shipyard in Gdynia, Poland, a welder suffered an on-the-job accident which cost him his life. Upon investigation, it was discovered that the victim was an immigrant from North Korea who was sent to work at the shipyard under...

8.03