2015 / 41
As their country struggles for independence from Britain, brave young Indians repeatedly risk their lives by infiltrating enemy forces as spies. They posed as the enemy and defied danger at every turn. Their bravery and sacrifices would help to free a nation.
2014 / 72
This documentary profiles seven stylish New York City seniors who disprove the notion that advanced years and glamour are mutually exclusive. Kids today haven't the foggiest how to rock a silk shawl or a derby hat. Leave it to those with experience.
2012 / 59
Politician and filmmaker Rory Stewart hosts this documentary look at the recent history of Afghanistan, a nation wracked by foreign invasions and war. For centuries, empires have tried to capture this land, all in vain. It's a place and a people that won't be defeated.
2013 / 4.5 / 48
This five-part nature series chronicles fascinating stories of survival on the African continent, home to the most diverse animal life on the planet. A giraffe showdown, armored crickets and amorous rhinos. Welcome to the wildest continent on Earth.
2010 / 2.7 / 93
This documentary explores the careers of some of porn's top stars and examines their adjustment to "normal" society after leaving adult entertainment. When the hedonism is over, the search for normality begins. But having a dirty past can leave its mark.
2017 / 99
Retired porn stars reflect on their experiences in the adult film industry, sharing successes and struggles, fond memories and regrets.
2013 / 87
This documentary paints a complex, compassionate portrait of the physicians who have become the new prime targets of the anti-abortion movement. They risk their lives and wrestle with ethics. Meet the real people behind the controversial headlines.
2011 / 69
In this lively documentary, athletes at the National Senior Games demonstrate that one thing age doesn't diminish is the competitive spirit. No matter how old you get, the drive to win never fades. These seniors teach us all how you bring our A game.
2003 / 3.5 / 89
Documentarian Nick Broomfield trains his lens on infamous serial killer Aileen Wuornos, who began her murder spree in 1992. Are monsters made or born? Every murderer has a story to tell, but hers is up for a lot of debate.
1993 / 83
This mesmerizing documentary explores the troubled life and deadly end of serial killer Aileen Wuornos, a woman who murdered johns.
1995 / 45
This documentary presents gruesome footage of military doctors conducting an alien autopsy in 1947, which was exposed as a hoax after the show aired. It was a grisly scene straight out of the scariest sci-fi films. But they insisted it was real.
2017 / 62
This fact-based account delves into humankind's efforts to gather signals from possible intelligent beings beyond the solar system. Are we alone in the universe? Have aliens made contact, or are they here already? These questions are no longer sci-fi.
2012 / 45
Renowned ocean explorer Dr. Bob Ballard takes viewers to the deepest parts of the ocean, where priceless treasures both natural and man-made lurk. Monster waves, sunken shipwrecks, underwater volcanoes. How deep must this explorer go to plumb the sea's mysteries?
2012 / 49
From Long Island's Montauk Monster to Mexico's Metepec creature, this special probes the facts and fiction of the world's most mysterious remains. Strange skeletons, freaky skulls, creepy carcasses of unknown origin. Are they hoaxes or proof of alien life?
2005 / 99
Director James Cameron trains his lens on volcanic vents deep in the ocean, where cameras uncover a slew of unthinkable creatures. Dive into the real abyss: extreme ocean depths where no living creature could possibly exist. Or so you thought ...
2014 / 82
Never-before-aired NASA footage presents startling evidence that may finally answer the question: Is the moon a secret landing base for an alien race? You've seen footage of the original moon landing -- but you haven't seen all of it. What really happened?
2016 / 88
Take an inside look at swing dancing's continued prosperity and the lively and joyous personalities that make the art form so unique. It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing. For these passionate dancers, those are words to live by.
2014 / 77
This moving documentary follows social worker Dan Cohen as he uses music to unlock memory in nursing-home patients afflicted with Alzheimer's disease.
2011 / 3.9 / 75
Breathtaking cinematography and astonishing feats of skiing come together in this visual essay on climate change and the fragility of the Earth.
2014 / 103
Brothers Ben and Tas Pappas were once at the top of the professional skateboarding world but fell into a pattern of drug abuse and self-destruction. Raw talent and risk taking got them to the top fast. Drugs made sure their fall was even faster -- and harder.
2015 / 93
The global rise of e-sports is charted in this documentary that follows several League of Legends teams en route to the Extreme Masters championship. It's called e-sports, and its stunning ascent is making world champion athletes out of video game players.
2017 / 90
Seemingly simple but deceptively complex, the game of "Go" serves as the backdrop for this battle between artificial intelligence and man. A very smart man versus a very smart machine. Can an undisputed board game king conquer artificial intelligence?
2012 / 89
Filmmaker Alan Ereira joins the leaders of the ancient Kogi tribe of Colombia, who explain how the world must guard against environmental devastation.
2016 / 92
She was twice convicted and acquitted of murder. Amanda Knox and the people closest to her case speak out in this illuminating documentary. The highest court in Italy acquitted her. A rabid public vilified her. What really happened remains a mystery.