All Documentaries - 3

9/11 Exposed

9/11 Exposed

9/11 Exposed serves as a controversial inquiry into the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001, calling into question the physics behind the collapse of three World Trade Center buildings. Essentially a mix-tape of archival newsreel, witness testimonials, and interviews with engineers,...

8.00

Fractured Earth

Fractured Earth

Fractured Earth is a short but impassioned documentary about the impact of hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") in rural Pennsylvania. Photojournalist Lee Stone sets out to consult with a handful of locals in the towns of Dimock and Towanda, PA, where the fracking industry has...

7.03

The Real Castaway

The Real Castaway

The romanticism of life on a deserted island quickly gives way to a perilous fight for survival in The Real Castaway, a searing account of one couple's battle against the elements on one of the most remote regions on the planet. For Martin...

6.60

Snowball Earth

Snowball Earth

Over 650 million years ago, our entire planet existed in a frozen state. So speculates the hypothesis known as Snowball Earth. The mounting evidence of this controversial phenomenon is explored in great depth in the second episode of Catastrophe series, as scientists and...

8.42

Prophet Muhammad and Women

Prophet Muhammad and Women

Prophet Muhammad and Women is an educational and revelatory documentary that aims to shatter preconceived notions about gender relations in Islamic faith. This intimate look at Muhammad's historical relationships with women contradicts the attitude of misogyny that is prevalent in radical Islam even...

4.35

Birth of the Planet

Birth of the Planet

In this first episode of Catastrophe series, host Tony Robinson speaks with planetary experts, archaeologists and paleontologists to understand one of our solar system's first great disasters and its most notable outcome: the emergence of our Moon and oceans and their roles in...

8.71

The Skinny on Obesity

The Skinny on Obesity

What are the main factors that contribute to the obesity epidemic, and how can we halt the tide of weight gain before it disastrously alters the average life span of the human species? Renowned pediatric endocrinologist Dr. Robert Lustig, the author of the...

8.91

Hidden Killers of the Edwardian Home

Hidden Killers of the Edwardian Home

This installation of the BBC's Hidden Killers series catalogs the innovations and discoveries of the Edwardian period (1901-1914) and the resultant dangers that were inadvertently introduced into the homes of that time. Host Suzannah Lipscomb meets with several historical experts to learn more...

7.61

Can We Do It Ourselves?

Can We Do It Ourselves?

Can We Do It Ourselves focuses on economic philosophy with an emphasis on the concept of economic democracy. The film helps viewers understand the difference between a market economy in which consumer demand drives a company's supply of goods and services, and a...

8.87

How to Live: Philosophy

How to Live: Philosophy

The profound teachings of the great philosophers lie at the center of this playlist How to Live: Philosophy. Each segment of the film explores the unique perspectives of legendary thinkers, including those expounded by Plato, Aristotle and Nietzsche. The insights provided by these...

8.46

The Price of Love

The Price of Love

In far too many instances, the current family migration laws in the United Kingdom are working to keep spouses apart from one another, and denying the children of these marriages from one of their parents. This crisis serves as the foundation for The...

8.75