Festival favorites, Academy award winners, and provocative political and point-of-view documentaries that will inform, sometimes outrage, and always entertain you.
A delightful and intimate account of Queen Elizabeth as told by the people closest to her. Rare interviews with her husband, Prince Philip, son Prince Andrew, Duke of York and her grandchildren, Princes William and Harry, reveal private anecdotes about Queen Elizabeth as she grew up, got married and became a doting grandmother. With unrivalled access to Buckingham Palace and Clarence House, as well as previously unseen private material, the film is a total revelation on the real Queen Elizabeth — wife, mother and grandmother, as well as Britain's longest-reigning Queen.
Since 9/11 it’s become the largest crime scene investigation in N.A., and it’s still not finished. A reminder of the people who died on 9/11 and the forensic experts trying to ID the 1,100 still missing and reunite them with their families.
One year later the search continues for the missing plane in one of history's greatest aviation mysteries. Where is Flight MH370? is the inside story of the ongoing, exhaustive search and a look at what is being done to prevent it from happening again.
BURN: Detroit Fire travels to the frontlines with one of the busiest fire departments in North America as they battle to save Detroit - one fire at a time.
What makes marriage work, or not? An acclaimed documentary filmmaker and wedding videographer tracks down and interviews some of his favourite couples to see how their marriages turned out in 112 Weddings. The result is an insightful and often funny portrait of the state of marriage and their relationships.
20 years after the start of NFL star OJ Simpson's murder trial, OJ: Trial of the Century is a gripping examination of the televised event. The ground-breaking trial began on January 24, 1995 - the first murder trial broadcast LIVE from the courtroom. Today, the real life drama continues to act as an allegory for issues of race & domestic violence.
What if one day you looked in the mirror and saw the most powerful man in the world? Bronx Obama tells the improbable tale of a Barack Obama look-alike whose life is turned upside down when President Obama is elected.
Investigates the political miscalculations and mistakes behind the rise of the brutal jihadist group ISIS, and what it means for the U.S. and coalition forces fighting a new war on terror in Iraq.
A real-life psychological thriller and the story of an imposter who orchestrated a stunning deception.
A funny, lurid tale of a billionaire family who set out to build the biggest house in the United States, a palace like Versailles, and what happens to them and their dream when the market crashes.
Armed with a motorcycle and a video camera, American Matt VanDyke heads to the Middle East for a "crash course in manhood". Embedding with US soldiers and fighting beside rebels in Libya, he learns the difference between reality & the movie fantasy of war. Winner - Best Doc, Tribeca Film Festival. Directed by Academy Award-nominated Marshall Curry.
Secrets of Mexico’s Drug War investigates the relationship between Mexico’s Sinaloa Cartel, the most powerful criminal organization on earth, and US law enforcement, examining allegations of immunity deals, and uncovering high-level informants and a mysterious go-between charged with carrying messages between the cartel and the DEA.
In the two years since he was invested, Pope Francis has taken on the Vatican's bankers, and now the Mafia.
How does the NRA use its unrivalled political power to stop gun regulation in the U.S.? Gunned Down examines why, despite the tragedies in Newtown and Columbine, and the shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, the U.S. government hasn’t acted.