The Best Documentary Movies
Here we collected the best Documentary movies in order of popularity
Stealth: Flying Invisible
Learn the secrets, strengths, and fatal flaws of the fighter plane that changed the landscape of air dominance in the 1990s-until it all came crashing down. See the first interview with Dale Zelko, th...
The Great Brady Heist
Documentary chronicles the disappearance of Tom Brady's jersey following the New England Patriots improbable Super Bowl LI comeback victory over the Atlanta Falcons. Through never-before-seen footage ...
The mysteries of Mont La Pérouse
160 km southwest of Reunion Island, just a few dozen metres beneath the surface of the Indian Ocean, lies the peak of an underwater volcanic structure known as Mont La Pérouse. The base of this enigma...
The making of an installation-cum- performance of the same name is chronicled in Fairytale. All expenses were paid for 1001 Chinese citizens to travel to Germany for one week in 2007. The film describ...
Daughter from Danang
In 1975, as the Vietnam War was ending, thousands of orphans and Amerasian children were brought to the United States as part of "Operation Babylift." Daughter from Danang tells the dramatic story of ...
Until 1992, Russia disposed of radioactive wastewater, radioactive waste and explosive nuclear waste in the Arctic Sea. And the ailing Northern Fleet was sunk here along with a no longer usable nuclea...
Santos Dumont: Pré-Cineasta?
The documentary begins with the discovery and restoration of a rare and unknown photography reel that was made in 1901 in London. The work approaches historic and artistic aspects from the beginning o...
Little Rock Central: 50 Years Later
To mark the 50th anniversary of the forced integration of Central High School, Little Rock natives Brent and Craig Renaud provide a candid look at the lives of contemporary Central High students. Film...
Recipe for Hate
Director's intimate story about the loss of his younger brother, who was brutally killed in a fight in front of one of Belgrade's riverside bars. Through this one and several similar incidents, where ...
Marseille’s anchovy-cheese, the Bronx’s Neapolitan, Naples’ margarita… From the three cradles of pizza, this film is retying the knots of a worldwide history giving us the opportunity to gaze upon the...
The Island at the End of the World
Martin travels to Itbayat island, of the Batan group, on the far north of the Phillipines, to record the customs of its inhabitants and their life away from modern civilization. Itbayat is open to vis...
I Have Loved Living Here
In a new town, somewhere in the suburbs of Paris, intimate stories meet the writings of the famous writer Annie Ernaux, who is living in harmony a utopia, or could it be actually and overcome the para...
The Chemical People
A two-part program examining the scope of drug and alcohol abuse among schoolchildren. Viewers learn how to spot which children are taking drugs and where to send them for rehabilitation.
Gureombi, The Wind is Blowing
The story of the ancient and sacred Gureombi Rock. The story of the people of Gangjeong Village who rise up against the construction of a US/Korea Naval base on their holy and precious land. The winds...
Waiting for the Sea
Can an electronic music festival held in the remote shores of the dried-up Aral Sea inspire a creative renaissance and shine a spotlight on a little-known environmental disaster? With this question in...
Los Hermanos - Esse é Só o Começo do Fim da Nossa Vida
One of the greatest phenomena of brazilian music of recent times, the band Los Hermanos gains an intimate record and true to its spirit in the documentary by Maria Ribeiro. In 2007, after a decade to...
The 12 Biggest Lies
From the very nature of truth to how our world began, from morality to religion, from population control to political correctness, from Israel to Islam, from atheism to God. Our world runs on what we ...
A journey back to the filmmaker’s childhood, as she unearths her roots in hidden family archives. Starting with the moment on a train when her mother gently broke her the news that her biological fath...
This powerful documentary profiles the amazing life of Leon Blum, France's first socialist prime minister, who also was Jewish. The Vichy government sent Blum to Buchenwald concentration camp during W...
Am Meeresgestade / Auf Dem Fluss Durch Siam / Quer Durch Teneriffa
There were three films in the early 20th century. The first one has an unnamed seaside town, the second one is a river village in Asia and the third one is a crossing to the Canary Islands.
Nine Muses of Star Empire
After initially sweeping through Asia, Korean pop music has now taken the world by storm led by the likes of SNSD, JYP and PSY. Take a look behind the scenes of the formation and debut of the 9 member...
Lawfare : le cas Mélenchon
All over the world, neo-liberal or fascist governments are using justice to dismiss or damage the image of their political opponents. On October 16, 2018, an unprecedented operation targeted Jean-Luc ...
My Eye Is Reflecting
A poetic film on the act of seeing and on the details that rarely gets our attention. The film is a collage of diverse scenes depicting life, death, objects and people; a Swedish crayfish party, a cla...
Slednecks Trilogy movie was released in 2001 by the Image Entertainment studio. A compilation of 3 videos in the snowmobile video series SLEDNECKS, this action-packed release stars risk-taking athlete...