In 1989, Forbes magazine estimated Escobar to be the seventh richest man in the world with a personal fortune of about $ 25 billion, while the Medellin cartel controlled 80% of global cocaine market. Although seen as an enemy of the United States and the governments of Colombia, Escobar was a hero to many in[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
The original documentary has been replaced with a complementary video until "Heroin Nation" can be refreshed. ‘Heroin Nation’ is a documentary film highlighting the problem with Heroin in The United States as to how it is smuggled across borders and affects vulnerable teenagers. The film take a fresh look at all sides of drug abuse including the[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
It is a documentary about social control, the test of history, philosophy, and ultimately, the pathology of the power elite. In general, human resources is rough around the edges, but still overloaded with gems. Take some time to digest this - and take notes. Scott Noble does an admirable job of setting ten hours of material in[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
Children who eat sheds light on practices in desperate need of a relentless marketing machine of billions of dollars now sells for children and their parents everything from junk food and violent video games and educational products fake family car. Based on the ideas of health professionals, child advocates, and industry, the film focuses on the[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
Gangland is a bold, real-life documentary series exposing the world's most notorious gangs and dangerous history.
The series tells the story Gangland insider and learned how to form bands of their time and affected the neighborhoods that they controlled.
The destruction caused by the heroin kingpins in Harlem of the 1970's most dangerous gangs today's MS-13, which[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
One of the world's leading authorities in the Middle Ages, Professor Robert Bartlett of the University of San Andrés, investigates the intellectual landscape of the Middle Ages. In the first program of knowledge that explores how medieval man understood the world - as a place of mystery, charm. The world was a book written by God.[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
Every night across Australia more than 22,000 young people have nowhere to sleep. Filmed over two years, this documentary follows Captain Paul Moulds of the Oasis Youth Network, who has devoted his life to save. With scenes that some viewers may be uncomfortable and often language courses, this movie tries to remain faithful to reality[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
From Jared Diamonds Pulitzer Prize winning book, Guns Germs and Steel. This documentary traces human history and asks the question, “Why did some societies thrive while others stayed in the stone[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
A return to the Islamic world is documented here by the visitors to Pakistan, Afghanistan, Chechnya, and Qatar, to highlight the events post 9 / 11, including images taken a year earlier. The film above all efforts to shed light on the process that leads young people to the radical choice of self-sacrifice, becoming human bombs. The[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
Energy demand has increased steadily over the past 150 years, in line with industrial development and population growth. And as the economies of developing countries like China and India continue to grow, demand is expected to increase by 50% in 2030. President Bush has warned the United States is too dependent on oil, often from[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
A glimpse into the mind of the three activists of the major child abuse: Chris Wittwer, Bill Bryant and Shane Maloney. This documentary film explores ideas to help protect children from predators prey and points the finger at the UK legal system for their failures to the victims. Accompanied by fellow activists and victims of abuse in[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
Founded by Mormon polygamists, Kanab, Utah is a small picturesque town facing Western redevelopment and an influx of people from around the country who are entering their quiet neighborhoods.
In response to a perceived threat to their way of life, most struggle to assert their religious identity as conservative mayor and city council have unanimously approved[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
Four years in the making, Discovery Atlas: India unveiled a stunning portrait of a nation incredible. By following the lives of several people in India, we discover the heart of the country, hopes and dreams. Viewers will meet Jyoti, a boatman to help pilgrims perform sacred Hindu rituals on the banks of river Ganges, and Krishna,[...]Watch Documentary Online Now