All Documentaries - 24

Blood and Oil

Blood and Oil

How did the Western world become so engaged in the Middle East? Why did the Ottoman Empire - now known as the Middle East become involved with World War I which was a European affair? Anyone interested in learning and understanding the timeline...

8.68

Addiction

Addiction

Once again, in their self-referential way, Vice covers...vices. As they did in World's Scariest Drug and The Drunkest Place on Earth, Vice delves into the realities of drugs and addiction, and the surrounding legislation (or lack thereof). In "Addiction" Vice guides us through...

7.98

Natural Genius

Natural Genius

Can moths hear? How do sound waves move through water? How do foxes detect mice beneath the surface of snow? These are just a few of the questions posed as the filmmakers study the many ways the aural senses are used as a...

8.22

Someday I'll Fly

Someday I'll Fly

Someday I'll Fly tells the story of singer/songwriter John Mayer as told in Mayer's own words. Through fan footage, archived interviews, and personal photographs, the Connecticut native recounts his journey to stardom, including his successes and setbacks, in this autobiographical rock documentary. Significantly...

9.02

The War on Kids

The War on Kids

This film is an expose of the war on drugs, and the way federal grants are awarded to local law enforcement based on the number of drug arrests reported. In turn these police departments prey on some of the most vulnerable members of...

8.95

Creation of the Universe

Creation of the Universe

Stylized, high-contrast images paired with creative motion graphics bring life to this scientific documentary and help illustrate the more abstract concepts being discussed. Narration explains that the Universe is said to have emerged 14 billion years ago in an event known as the...

6.97

The Foods that Make Billions

The Foods that Make Billions

The Foods that Make Billions is a series looking at how big business feeds us. Starting with a look at the bottled water industry, moving through cereals and finally looking at yoghurt, these three episodes explore the history of how these simple commodities...

8.52

The Great Challenge: China, Russia

The Great Challenge: China, Russia

The Great Challenge: China, Russia is an informative documentary focused on the United States' relationship with Russia and China after the 1990 dissolution of the Soviet Union. Through newsreel footage and interviews with journalists, politicians and strategists, we learn about the US attempt...

7.38

Fate of Antarctica

Fate of Antarctica

Antarctica, a land mass that was once bathed in tropical sunshine and housed forest life, is now the coldest continent on our planet with record-breaking low temperatures of -93.2 degrees Celsius. Could these drastic climate changes bring about the extinction of human existence...

8.31

My Neighbor, My Enemy

My Neighbor, My Enemy

Syria Street in North Tripoli, Lebanon is home to a decades-old sectarian conflict between the local Sunni Muslim and Alawite communities. The Alawite inhabitants of the Jabal Mohsen neighborhood primarily support the Assad regime of Damascus, whereas the Sunnis living in Bab al...

8.13

Bare Knuckle

Bare Knuckle

Common British stereotypes may conjure images of well-mannered chaps sipping tea, but the white linen gloves come off in this expose of the UK's bare knuckle boxing (BKB) culture. Conversations with some of the scene's most venerable fighters reveal the softer side of...

8.13

Zone of Nonbeing: Guantanamo

Zone of Nonbeing: Guantanamo

The opening voice-over of Zone of Nonbeing: Guantanamo cuts right to the chase, asking off the bat "What white people do you have here in Guantanamo Bay? This is a place for Muslims." Seeking to expose the human rights violations perpetuated by post-9/11...

7.19