Year of Release 2006 - 3

Deep Water

Deep Water

Deep Water is the stunning true story of the first solo, non-stop, round-the-world boat race, and the psychological toll it took on its competitors. Sponsored by the Sunday Times of London, the much-ballyhooed event attracted a field of nine,...

8.56

The Romantics

The Romantics

This documentary looks at a group of visionary writers who changed the way we see the world - the Romantics - and examines stories of bloodshed, political upheaval and poetry. Liberty. Peter Ackroyd reveals how the radical ideas of...

7.15

Alien Insect: Praying Mantis

Alien Insect: Praying Mantis

The film enters the world of a real-life alien: the praying mantis. This macro documentary shows the life cycle and behavior of the most formidable and rarest representatives of the mantis family, including several that have never been filmed...

7.65

The Revolution

The Revolution

They came of age in a new world of intoxicating and innovative ideas about human and civil rights, diverse economic systems, and self-government. In a few short years, these men and women would transform themselves into architects of the...

7.02

Can't Stop Eating

Can't Stop Eating

Can't Stop Eating is documentary film that follows the lives of several people with Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS). The film is set in Gretton House, near Kettering in England, which is a government-funded care home deliberately constructed to assist people...

7.73

Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe

Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe

Screenwipe is a television programme, presented by comedian Charlie Brooker, which reviews other British television programmes with a caustic and humorous tone. Brooker analyses specific programmes and genres, regularly making jokes about how programmes are created, and criticizing what...

6.96
2006 , 9/11 58 Comments

Inside 9/11

Inside 9/11

Inside 9/11 is a three-part television documentary which covers the September 11, 2001 attack, the events that led to it, and its aftermath. The first part consisted of examining, event by event, the build-up towards September 11. The second...

6.43

Sleep Paralysis and Ghost Visions

Sleep Paralysis and Ghost Visions

Documentary exploring sleep paralysis and ghostly visions. Have you ever woken up but been unable to move? Sleep paralysis is paralysis associated with sleep that may occur in healthy persons or may be associated with narcolepsy, cataplexy, and hypnagogic...

7.34

The War of the World

The War of the World

Controversial historian Professor Niall Ferguson argues that in the last century there were not in fact two World Wars and a Cold War, but a single Hundred Years' War. It was not nationalism that powered the conflicts of the...

8.17

Discovery Atlas: Brazil Revealed

Atlas: Brazil Revealed

The best documentary about modern Brazil available. As you can expect, it covers the most common clichés about Brazil (Amazon, carnival, soccer, beaches and shanti towns), but does that in an almost unbiased way. The documentary focuses on what...

6.75

Dying To Have Known

Dying To Have Known

In Dying To Have Known, filmmaker Steve Kroschel went on a 52-day journey to find evidence to the effectiveness of the Gerson Therapy - a long-suppressed natural cancer cure. His travels take him across both the Atlantic and the...

7.54