All Documentaries

LA 92

LA 92

2017, Society

The Emmy award-winning LA 92 is a powerful chronicle of decades of racial injustice and police brutality in the second largest city in the United States. The bulk of the film focuses on the events of April 29, 1992. That's the day when four officers...

4.78
Our Planet

Our Planet

2019, Nature

Both grandiose and intimate, the eight-part Netflix series Our Planet is an astounding achievement in nature documentary filmmaking. Narrated by the beloved and infectiously enthusiastic David Attenborough, the docuseries presents a wealth of...

9.20
Jericho: The First City on Earth?

Jericho: The First City on Earth?

2019, History

Among the first cities of the world, Jericho remains the most significant. It was the first truly communal settlement, the first to be surrounded by walls and to feature towers and steps. These are just a few of the fascinating insights featured in...

7.64
1000 AD: A Tour of Europe

1000 AD: A Tour of Europe

2020, History

Awe-inspiring in its depth and ambition, 1000 AD: A Tour of Europe recounts the wealth of conflicts and defining moments that characterized the closing of the first millennium throughout the European continent. Amidst the uprisings and power...

6.29
Meet the Mennonites

Meet the Mennonites

2018, Society

Much like the Amish, the Mennonites live a life of isolation from the outside world. They resist the temptations of the modern society by casting themselves away from it. As a result, outsiders have rarely enjoyed an insider's perspective on their...

7.17
The Nature of Ayahuasca

The Nature of Ayahuasca

2019, Drugs

A tropical vine found in the Amazon, Ayahuasca has long been both celebrated and stigmatized. When transformed into drinking form, the vine is reputed to offer potent healing and psychedelic potential. Once regarded as a niche form of holistic...

5.29
The Lost City of the Monkey God

The Lost City of the Monkey God

2020, History

Long steeped in myth and folklore, La Mosquitia is located on the eastern section of Honduras. It's a region that's been whispered about for centuries. Almost entirely unpopulated by humans, its sprawling 32,000 square miles of mountains, rainforests...

5.68
Printing Out the World

Printing Out the World

2019, Technology

The capabilities of three-dimensional printers have advanced rapidly in recent years. No longer limited to niche products, they are primed to transform the production of countless consumer goods. Printing Out the World examines this revolutionary...

7.67