(T)ERROR is the first documentary to place filmmakers on the ground during an active FBI counterterrorism sting operation. Through the perspective of \"Shariff\", a 63-year-old Black revolutionary turned informant, viewers get an unfettered glimpse of the government\'s counterterrorism tactics and the murky justifications behind them. Taut, stark and controversial, (T)ERROR illuminates the fragile relationships between individual and surveillance state in modern America, and asks who is watching the watchers.
When Rob Brown, a Native American gang leader on a remote Minnesota reservation, is sentenced to prison for a fifth time, he must confront his role in bringing violent drug culture into his...
A child possessed. An exorcist locked in combat with an ancient evil. In the battle for saving a soul, just who really is the \'Hostage to the Devil\'?
Actress Kate Lyn Sheil prepares to portray the role of Christine Chubbuck, a real-life news reporter who took her own life on national television in 1974.
The 13th Step is an explosive new documentary that exposes the intimate truth about Alcoholics Anonymous, how its \'anonymous\' environment has become a breeding ground for sexual predators and violent criminals. From our Federal Government down to our children\'s cartoons, Alcoholics Anonymous has permeated our lives and filled us with misconceptions about alcohol abuse, dependency, rehab and healing for over 50 years. But what exactly goes on in those meetings? The truth will shock you. A former member of AA for 36 years, Monica Richardson has utilized her unprecedented access to members, leadership and victims to gain some of the most compelling footage to date regarding the horrific abuse that occurs within AA and how the organization itself is covering it up.
This documentary program investigates the Humboldt squid living in the Sea of Cortez. Is the squid a vicious and diabolical man-eating killer, armed with 36,000 razor-sharp teeth in its suckers? Or is it an intelligent, inquisitive, gentle, misunderstood creature?
After five years of war, over 400,000 syrians have been killed and millions have fled their homes. In areas out of regime control, those who remain rely on a group of volunteers dedicated to saving anyone in need. They search for survivors among the wreckage as bombs continue to fall.
National Geographic Royal Maya Massacre: Sixteen skeletons - the remains of a 9th century Mayan royal family - are discovered in a mass grave, revealing a sordid tale of sex, greed, rivalry... and the final clues to one of the greatest mysteries of the ancient world: what caused the collapse of the Maya Empire? Who were these people? What tragic and violent plot sent them to the bottom of a centuries-old cistern? Was it disease? Starvation? Or murder? A crack team of experts from Guatemala\'s Forensic Anthropology Foundation is hot on the trail. The royal massacre and subsequent collapse of other kingdoms suggest something even more insidious: a bloody power struggle among rival royal families. Exclusive access to one of the most important finds in Maya archaeology combines with the latest in forensics, gripping recreations and advanced computer graphics to present a dramatic tale of how sex, greed and royal power struggles led to the undoing of an ancient superpower.
The documentary film PlantPure Nation tells the story of three people on a quest to spread the message of one of the most important health breakthroughs of all time.
Documentary telling the remarkable story of Donald Trump\'s family history, an extraordinary immigration success story. What can we learn about the next President of the United States from his background?
A Dutch family left Holland to transform a 400 year old monastery into a home, artist\'s workshop, and nature preserve. Filmed entirely in remote village in Portugal, Convento bends the ...
Follows five British teenagers with Tourette\'s Syndrome as they spend a week in an American summer camp.
A film only a graffiti artist could make. If dreams become reality and the price you pay for it.
Over the course of two years film-maker Jamie Roberts meets those spreading extremist Islamic fundamentalism in Britain, including a bouncy castle salesman who is now one of the world\'s most wanted men.
Millionaire Boy Racers: For many Londoners, the summer is a chance to escape the noise and bustle of the capital in search of relaxation and sun overseas, but as the Brits hit the beaches, London becomes the top destination for super-rich Arab tourists and their supercars. This documentary provides an insight into the influx of supercars and their wealthy owners in central London each summer. Swapping the searing heat of their homes in the Middle East for the cool of the UK, increasing numbers of super-rich Arabs are packing their bags and cars for their annual vacation in the capital. Million-pound Bugatti Veyrons and extravagant Koenigsegg supercars have become a common sight on the streets of London but it has divided the opinion of the residents.
When the British satirist Peter Cook died in 1995, his widow refused the media access to his private recordings, diaries, letters etc. until she invited her friend Victor Lewis-Smith and a BBC film crew to make this film.
Miss Sharon Jones: Dreams never expire but sometimes they are deferred. Miss Sharon Jones follows the talented and gregarious soul singer of the Grammy nominated R&B band \"Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings.\" In the most challenging year of her life, Sharon Jones confronts pancreatic cancer. As she struggles to find her health and voice again, the film intimately uncovers the mind and spirit of a powerful woman determined to regain the explosive singing career that eluded her for 50 years.
Documentary of 1980\'s near-launch of a nuclear missile from Arkansas, based on Eric Shlosser\'s award-winning book of the same name.
Werner Herzog's exploration of the Internet and the connected world.
This documentary follows cult British band The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain on their first coast-to-coast US tour. America was their musical inspiration, but what will Americans make of their British humor and ukulele musicianship?
From Adolphe Sax\'s workshop of the 1840\'s to the legendary era of jazz and bebop, it was forbidden by Nazis and Communists and banned by the Pope - gradually conquering all music genres. ...
On the 15th anniversary of its launch, this documentary follows Father Ted creators Graham Linehan and Arthur Mathews on a return trip to Craggy Island to take in its location and discuss how the series was made with cast and crew.
This feature documentary intends to spread the word about Paleo (aka the Caveman diet) and raise public awareness about this healthy alternative to the Standard American/Western Diet (SAD). The film presents the basic tenets of the Paleo movement through the eyes of various characters who have adopted the lifestyle.
Rocksteady to both a visual and musical documentary of the big shot\'s of the English 2-Tone movement of the late 1970s that has the exhaustive, high-energy performances exploding onto stage. Jump, shout, twist and crawl and dance to the tunes of Ska and its anthems of its rough riders and three-minute heroes captivated in the moment of a generation of England\'s concrete jungles and razor blade alley\'s. No longer on your radio but now on stage, together, with the likes of Madness, The Specials and The Beat et al, this concert footage of an era is a must-see, rare and fascinating look into a once vibrant youth culture of working-class England and its musical dance craze.
A record of the 1984 concert tour of the United Kingdom by the rock band Black Flag.
Old friends of the band (mostly Tom\'s high school buddies) talk about Blink 182\'s history.
Narrated by Tom Selleck: Sunday, December 7, 1941 was a beautiful morning on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. A few sailors and soldiers were already up and playing a game of football near Pearl Harbor. Others were sleeping in their barracks or aboard ships after a late night of partying in Honolulu. An unlucky few were wiping the sleep from their eyes and reporting for duty aboard their ship anchored off Ford Island in Pearl Harbor. Still others headed for adjacent Hickam Field or up north to Wheeler Field. Ship decks were being washed, planes wiped down and hangars swept. It was just another day in paradise. At 7:48 A.M. all that changed as the first Japanese planes dropped their bombs and started firing their guns at stunned American soldiers and sailors. The United States had been violently thrown into World War II. Every sailor, airman, soldier and civilian who was in or near Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 has their own individual story of courage, fear, heroics or tragedy. No two stories from that day of infamy are the same. From sailors on the U.S.S Arizona and West Virginia on Battleship Row to pilots at Hickam and Wheeler Fields, to young children who were waved at by Japanese pilots flying over their homes, the memories remain vivid to this day. These are some of their stories from December 7, 1941. They will always Remember Pearl Harbor.
\"Live at Bimbo\'s\" is the first one-hour stand up special from Natasha Leggero, star of Comedy Central\'s Another Period and The Roast of Justin Bieber. Filmed at the historic Bimbo\'s 365 ...
In October of 2010, 2 young hunters shot a 7 foot tall animal they could not identify. It stood upright and walked like a man. Dead Bigfoot: A True Story, chronicles the events of hunter, Justin Smeja after his alleged shooting of 2 bigfoots in October of 2010. The filmmaker embarks on an investigation filled with witness interviews, an intense polygraph examination and a long hard look the evidence collected.
For a brief moment in time, a few daring, innovative musicians stood at the crossroads of a revolution in music and culture. Across one of the most turbulent periods in American history-from the early Civil Rights Era to Watergate-they brought music, medium and message together as never before, composing a soundtrack perfectly tuned to the tempo and pulse of its time.
From child prodigy to chess genius.
An extended interview with Polish resistance fighter Jan Karski, taken from Claude Lanzmann\'s epic 9-hour documentary \"Shoah\".