2011 / 90
This Oscar-nominated documentary centers on Emad Burnat, a Palestinian farmer trying to make a living amid Israeli occupation.
2012 / 3.8 / 85
This documentary portrait of photographer-filmmaker Anton Corbijn records his globe-hopping career and explores the source of his reclusive nature. He's created some of the world's most iconic images. This Dutch artist reveals everything ... except himself.
2013 / 89
Journalist Res Gehriger investigates how Swiss-based corporation Nestlé has plundered the world's water resources in the name of big business. Water, water everywhere ... and they'll figure out how to sell it back to you and make billions.
2011 / 52
Featuring interviews with former heads of state, including U.S. presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, this documentary examines the War on Drugs.
2012 / 73
Brothers Paolo and Vittorio Taviani take their cameras inside Rome's Rebbibia Prison as its inmates stage a production of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. These convicts may be doing hard time -- but on stage quoting Shakespeare, they deserve a standing ovation.
2012 / 3.9 / 100
Director Marc Wiese's portrait of inhumanity chronicles the story of Shin Dong-huyk, who was born in a North Korean prison camp but escaped at age 23. He was destined to die in the same place he was born. After more than two decades, he saw the world for the first time.
2011 / 3.3 / 102
When Arnon Goldfinger's grandmother died at 98, he was charged with cleaning out her Tel Aviv apartment, where he made a shocking discovery. She survived the Holocaust but died with a terrible secret. Uncovering the truth will change her family forever.
2015 / 81
This film tells the hard-luck story of David Prowse, the obscure English actor who played the masked Darth Vader in the original "Star Wars" trilogy.
2012 / 2.9 / 100
This close-up documentary captures acclaimed French photojournalist Raymond Depardon on a cross-country RV expedition photographing rural landscapes. The photographic diary of a prizewinning artist and his country. Then, it's his turn to be the subject.
2016 / 75
This dramatic documentary explores the life and mind of Magnus Carlsen, the charismatic Norwegian prodigy who became world chess champion.
2014 / 80
A boxer sets out to reclaim the title that was unfairly snatched from him in a profession that often places entertainment value over the sport itself.
2013 / 3.4 / 88
Armed with intimate access to his subject, filmmaker Yves Montmayeur trains his lens on the life and career of Austrian auteur Michael Haneke (Amour).
2012 / 4.0 / 91
Already hailed as a definitive work on the subject, this comprehensive documentary examines the disappearance of honeybee populations worldwide. They help us in more ways than we know. But these industrious insects are disappearing right under our noses.
2009 / 3.5 / 100
Three of the world's foremost ski mountaineers face impossible odds as they attempt to set a world record on Alaska's Mount St. Elias. Conquering the most mind-blowing ski run in the world. They'll need courage, vision -- and a touch of insanity.
2014 / 89
Notorious arms supplier Viktor Bout provided weapons to a variety of clients around the globe, including many suspected of supporting terrorism.
2009 / 3.5 / 92
Nicolas Entel's searing documentary tells the story of Pablo Escobar through the eyes of his son as well as the sons of two of Escobar's victims. His father was a murderous drug lord. He reaches out to the victims' sons. Can time mend these wounds?
2011 / 26
Host Ishai Golan takes us on a culinary tour around the world, sampling dishes from food stalls, markets and favorite local restaurants. Sometimes you can discover the finest food on the planet by leaving the fancy eateries far behind.
2013 / 4 / 99
This documentary follows a group of talented skiers and snowboarders as they travel to exotic destinations and execute daring feats. Mountaintops or rooftops, New Zealand or Norway. They'll jump anywhere for good air and a great view.
2012 / 3.8 / 95
This fascinating documentary explores the underground skateboarding subculture in the repressive East Germany of the 1970s and '80s. They're young, they're totally awesome, and their rad skateboard subculture wreaks havoc behind the Iron Curtain.
2014 / 90
In the months before the 2014 World Cup, artist Vik Muniz examines the global passion for soccer while creating a work made of 10,000 soccer balls. The world's favorite pastime has a sacred object. He's got 20,000 of them -- and imagination for miles.
2013 / 75
Spotlighting a troubling social trend in modern China, this documentary visits rehab centers focused on treating the symptoms of Internet addiction. The Internet truly is a web for people with a state-of-the-art disorder. Maybe treatment can untangle them.