Festival favorites, Academy award winners, and provocative political and point-of-view documentaries that will inform, sometimes outrage, and always entertain you.
'The War Room' shows the workings of Bill Clinton's presidential campaign.
Aileen Wuornos allegedly admitted to the murders of seven men in Florida.
Sex and corruption in postperestroika Russia.
Robert Redford interprets events surrounding the murder of two FBI agents and the subsequent arrest of Native activist Leonard Peltier.
Being openly gay in the South; AIDS impact on small towns; gay rights and civil rights.
Strategist James Carville and George Stephanopoulos.
Courts and social workers address child abuse; Little Rascals Daycare Center in North Carolina.
Two-year investigation and sexual abuse trial of seven people.
Daily lives of families in Sarajevo.
Mississippi voter registration conflicts (1961-1964).
Performer Josephine Baker, a political activist and mother to 12 adopted children, symbolized freedom for Parisian women in the 1920s.
'Talk 16' sequel profiles five teenage girls confronting lost innocence.
Four photojournalists die trying to reveal truths about the Afghan War.
Reflecting male and female roles, The Takarazuka Revue is paradigm for the Japanese society.
Five culturally diverse couples reminisce about their 50 years together.
Three women in their 30s choose artificial insemination; family patterns.
After 18 years, the Padilla family breaks away from a religious cult in California.
The perspective of women journalists, from Sarajevo to Afghanistan, along the front-lines of war.
Report analyzes the career and dealings of boxing promoter Don King.
Children at an inner-city school in North Philadelphia.
Documentary recounts experiences in Nazi concentration camps.
A dam being built on India's Narmada River is a source of controversy.
Survivors of the concentration camp at Buchenwald recount their experiences.