All Documentaries

World's Smart Cities: San Diego

World's Smart Cities: San Diego

Smart urban planning has transformed San Diego, California into one of the most exciting spots in the United States. Their example could greatly benefit other large cities across the globe. From the National Geographic Channel, World's Smart Cities: San...

8.50

Carb-Loaded: A Culture Dying to Eat

Carb-Loaded: A Culture Dying to Eat

Obesity is the most substantial epidemic in healthcare today. It's contributed to record instances of heart disease, hypertension, stroke, diabetes, cancer, and a host of additional chronic conditions. Carb-Loaded: A Culture Dying to Eat takes a lively and occasionally...

6.46

The Age of Mankind

The Age of Mankind

According to Dutch scientist Paul Crutzen, the planet is on the cusp of entering a new geological age: the Anthropocene. Produced by the VPRO Backlight documentary series, The Age of Mankind verifies the evidence in support of Crutzen's pronouncement,...

6.61

Congo, My Precious

Congo, My Precious

The Democratic Republic of Congo is one of the world's most resource-rich countries. The region harbors a wealth of gold, diamonds, uranium, and other highly lucrative minerals. So why are so many of the country's people forced to live...

8.40

Plutocracy III: Class War

Plutocracy III: Class War

The early struggles of the working class are placed under a microscope in Plutocracy III: Class War, the latest chapter in an exceptionally well produced series which explores the origins of America's growing economic divide. Without a doubt, the...

8.48

The Bureau of Digital Sabotage

The Bureau of Digital Sabotage

That breath you feel on the back of your neck belongs to Big Brother. In the aftermath of whistleblower Edward Snowden's frightening revelations, it's become clear that the era of privacy is dead. The Bureau of Digital Sabotage examines...

8.44
2003 , Crime 3 Comments

Inside the Mind of a Suicide Bomber

Inside the Mind of a Suicide Bomber

What motivates suicide bombers, how do they view the world, and how do civilized societies combat the hateful ideologies that inspire them? Authorities are hesitant to allow outside media an opportunity to interview imprisoned terrorists; they believe it provides...

8.58

The Mystery Conman

The Mystery Conman

There's a crook operating in the shadows of the antiquities market. He's known as The Spanish Master, and his clever forgeries have earned him tens of millions of dollars. Who is this elusive figure, and how has he been...

8.40

Shale Cowboys

Shale Cowboys

The United States is on its way to complete energy independence thanks to the shale revolution. Renewable energy sources like wind and solar are on the rise, but thus far they've been dwarfed by the plentiful reservoirs of shale...

7.33

Space Invaders

Space Invaders

In the not so distant future, the army of satellites orbiting the Earth may quadruple in number. Many of these satellites won't come from NASA or other big government entities, but from small and dedicated groups of tech geeks...

8.05

The Happiest People on Earth

The Happiest People on Earth

The ironically titled documentary The Happiest People on Earth is an enlightening journey into one of the world's most contentious and controversial countries: North Korea. The cameras capture one of the few times each year that foreign guests are...

8.94