All Documentaries

500 Miles

500 Miles

A soulful portrait of the connection between human and animal, 500 Miles profiles a unique rehabilitation program that promotes healing among United States veterans and wild, un-purposed horses. The psychological toll of warfare often rears its ugly head once...

7.33

The Rise of Vertical Farming

The Rise of Vertical Farming

There are 7.4 billion people on the planet, and all of them need to be fed. What's the most efficient and sustainable method for accomplishing this? Traditional farming strategies have monopolized our natural resources, and often prove wasteful and...

8.53

The Real Thumbelina

The Real Thumbelina

In most respects, Amelie is exactly like any other four-year-old girl. Adorable and precocious, she revels in dressing like a princess and taking part in creative activities at school. But Amelie must contend with a unique set of challenges...

7.73

Fake News and the Media

Fake News and the Media

How can truth survive in a society that no longer values verifiable facts? Perhaps no organization has been more plagued by this dilemma than the mainstream news media. In recent times, the media has been met with a tremendous...

5.63

YouTube, YouTubers and You

YouTube, YouTubers and You

The online video platform YouTube has captured the attention of billions all over the world, accelerated a thirst for fame among new generations, and altered the way we consume, distribute and monetize content. The documentary YouTube, YouTubers and You...

5.90

Gods and Monsters

Gods and Monsters

In the fog of war, there's often a thin line between success and failure. Gods and Monsters profiles a few occasions throughout the history of warfare when hugely misguided tactics led to punishing defeat. These skirmishes were not defined...

8.00

The Silk Roads

The Silk Roads

As we remain isolated in the bubble of our daily lives, and increasingly unengaged with the global society, a new world order is taking shape right under our noses. Why are we oblivious to it, and what lessons can...

7.06

The Theft of Our Values

The Theft of Our Values

Is religion an ideal barometer of Western values or merely an oppressor of them? The conclusions set forth in the documentary The Theft of Our Values definitely fall into the latter category. Christianity promotes itself as a great stabilizing...

6.56

The Mystery Beneath

The Mystery Beneath

The Baltic Sea is the final resting place for many wondrous artifacts from sunken battleships to sealed champagne bottles dating back over a hundred years. In June of 2011, a Swedish expedition company detected the outline of an object...

7.03

Why Big Oil Conquered the World

Why Big Oil Conquered the World

Environmental advocates have long protested the role that oil companies play in exacerbating the climate change crisis. Their voices have rattled some of the world's most influential leaders, inspired meaningful reforms, and galvanized a desire for more clean energy...

7.31

Reasons to Believe

Reasons to Believe

Is belief an essential human need? Why do so many people harbor beliefs that are antithetical to scientifically proven facts? How does society preserve the sanctity of truth in the midst of widespread misinformation and delusion? These substantial questions...

7.09

Broken Lives Illustrated

Broken Lives Illustrated

Saint Petersburg, Florida is renowned for its leisurely lifestyle, cultural riches and sun-drenched beaches. But like most cities across the United States, this alluring sheen hides an underbelly of dysfunction and despair. Broken Lives Illustrated peers deep within these...

8.54