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  • You Laugh But It's True

    In the world of stand-up comedy in South Africa, Trevor Noah uses his experiences during Apartheid to prepare for the biggest show of his life.

  • Future Shock!: The Story of 2000 AD

    Future Shock!: The Story of 2000 AD charts how the multi-award winning comic has came to be, how it has survived for 37 years, and how it continues to be an innovator and game-changer in both comics and the wider cultural world beyond.

  • We Live in Public

    We Live In Public is a riveting and cautionary tale of what to expect as the virtual world takes control of our lives. We witness it through the eyes of “the greatest Internet pioneer you’ve never heard of” futurist, and visionary, Josh Harris.

  • Undaunted: The Forgotten Giants of the Allegheny Observatory

    One of the most inspirational underdog stories in the history of science: Undaunted tells the stories of the people who faced relentless hardships and failures, and yet went on to found astrophysics and pioneer the invention of powered flight.

  • Craigslist Joe

    When the country's economy and sense of community was crumbling, one guy left everything behind to see if he could survive off the good will of America's new town square: Craigslist.

  • Sound City

    Directed by Dave Grohl and featuring interviews and performances by the iconic musicians who made their careers in the studio, Sound City tells the story of real rock n'roll history and celebrates the human element of music

  • Manny

    World Champion. Congressman. Father. Manny Pacquiao fights any obstacle that comes his way. As his home country of 100 million people watches his every move, the question now is: what bridge is too far for Manny?

  • Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds

    There is one vibratory field that connects all things. It has been called Akasha, Logos, the primordial OM the music of the spheres the Higgs field, dark energy, and a thousand other names. Many of history's monumental thinkers have come to the threshold.

  • Shackleton's Captain

    Captain Frank Worsley signs on as Captain of the Endurance to deliver Sir Ernest Shackleton and his crew to Antarctica. When the expedition ship is crushed, Worsley’s seamanship and navigational skills saves them all.

  • Decanted.: A Winemaker's Journey

    Look inside one of the most intimate wine-growing regions in the world, Napa Valley, as we follow the journey of new beginnings and mastering a craft.

  • Life After the Navigator

    Life After the Navigator" celebrates the much loved 1986 sci-fi classic "Flight of the Navigator", and explores the troubled, emotional, and inspiring rollercoaster life of star Joey Cramer since his breakthrough role as 12-year old David Freeman.

  • Travis: The True Story Of Travis Walton

    One of the most significant UFO events in history – Travis Walton's 1975 UFO experience comes alive in this 90-minute documentary. His trauma and transition after a mysterious beam of light strikes him unconscious.

  • Whitney

    An in-depth look at the life and music of Whitney Houston.

  • City of Trees

    Washington Parks & People has tried to reduce poverty and violence in Washington, D.C. neighborhoods by improving parks. At the height of the recession, the organization uses a grant to create a green job-training program in communities hardest hit.

  • One More Shot

    The award-winning first-person account of a couple struggling through infertility. As they navigate this new world, they encounter people who have come out the other side of infertility and learn that families can be made in many ways.

  • A Billion Lives

    This award-winning film takes a critical look at the history of smoking and corruption that's led to the current situation where safer, healthier alternatives like vapor technology & snus are under attack in most countries.

  • The Sci-Fi Boys

    Hosted by Peter Jackson, The Sci-Fi Boys shows the history of special effects, from the earliest days of the silent film up through all the digital advances in computer effects. Top directors contribute effects films they made as kids.

  • Severe Clear

    An unrelenting account of frontline battles by U.S. Marines during Operation Iraqi Freedom, Severe Clear is a uniquely intimate, extreme, often horrific portrait of war. Critically acclaimed by The New York Times, Variety, and The Hollywood Reporter.

  • Skydancers

    Only a few women pilots take part in the male-dominated sport of aerobatics. Director Fredric Lean captures their powerful spirit at the World Aerobatic Championships - the most prestigious Aerobatic competition on the planet!

  • Fade to Black

    Peter Short, the charismatic CEO of a major Australian company, learns that he has only months to live after he is diagnosed with terminal oesophageal cancer. Not wanting to face a painful death, Peter sets out to have voluntary euthanasia legalised.

  • Bitcoin: The End of Money as We Know It

    For anyone who has not fully understood the controversial concept behind Bitcoin yet, this is an award-winning, concise, and informative crash course about the history of money, banking, and why Crypto Currencies such as Bitcoin matter.

  • Sensitive: The Untold Story

    A groundbreaking documentary featuring Alanis Morissette about the trait of high sensitivity found in 20% of the population across men and women. Based on work by bestselling author-psychologist Dr. Elaine Aron ("The Highly Sensitive Person").

  • Sons of Perdition

    Sons of Perdition follows three teenage boys after they escape from a secretive FLDS polygamist sect and must fend for themselves in mainstream America.

  • Power of Grayskull: The History of He-Man and the Masters of The Universe

    Follow the surprising twists and turns of an unlikely, unparalleled pop culture success in this Definitive History of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.