Bloody Cartoons is a documentary about how and why 12 drawings in a Danish provincial paper could turn a small country in a confrontation with Muslims around the world. He asks whether respect for Islam along with the heated response to the cartoons now leads us to self-censorship. How should we be tolerant, he asks, of[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
This critically acclaimed documentary exposes the danger of the United State federal debt and how it may effect, or has, effected the economy. The mass of debt that the United States is facing is downright terrifying with a average trade debt of $30,000 dollars this movie puts these numbers in terms we can all[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
Nothing has changed. For all Havana crumbling structures and piles of rubble, its disintegrating roads and ramshackle belching toxin, its large number of armed police and sun-bleached billboards espousing their employers, revolutionary slogans, attracting more than a million pink-skinned, camera carrying snacks, drinking mojito-eating tourists each year.
Cuba is hit by a viable socialism and a[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
A heartbreaking documentary that alters their expectations of happily ever afters, Daughter from Danang is a fascinating emotional drama of nostalgia, identity and personal legacy of war.
To all outward appearances, Heidi is the proverbial "All-American Girl", who come from small town Pulaski, Tennessee, but his birth name was Mai Thi Hiep. Born in Danang, Vietnam,[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
Mark Thomas puts the arms trade under the spotlight in this special edition of Dispatches, asking how easy it is to broker arms. Working his way through a spider’s web of vast and, in some cases, archaic legislation, Thomas unearths a series of dangerous loopholes, inconsistencies and, even more shocking, simple omissions that would have[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
This related video replaces the original until this can be resolved. Dispatches exposes the myths and misconceptions that surround a condition said to affect 10 percent of the population. The Dyslexia Myth argues that the common understanding of dyslexia is not only false but makes it more difficult to provide the reading help that hundreds[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
Since World War II North Americans have invested much of their newfound wealth in suburbia. He has promised a sense of space, accessibility, family life and upward mobility. As the population of suburban sprawl has exploded in the last 50 years, so too has the suburban way of life embedded in the American consciousness. Suburbia, and[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
Social status in a capitalistic society is a major factor in how people live their lives. This social status greatly revolves around a person's financial status. This film examines how the quest to move up the social ladder has brought untold depression and anxieties about ones[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
A shocking and controversial look into the effect of religion on on our society with special focus on the contradiction between religion/faith and Science. Written and presented by Richard Dawkins, in which he argues that the world would be better off without religion. Watch Documentary Online Now
"In God We Teach" tells the story of a high school student who secretly recorded his history teacher in class and accused him of proselytizing for Jesus. The teacher, in danger of losing his job strenuously denied it. The specifics of this controversy speak directly to the church and state issues that are being heatedly[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
Stephen Fry was nearly an American. Just before Stephen was born, his father was offered a job at Princeton University, but decided to reject it. And so, Stephen was born in NW3 rather than in New Jersey.
In this six-part series that travels, especially in a taxi in London, through 50 states that could have nearly[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
Hong Kong to Sicily, this set of grip examines five of the unions most notorious criminal world. The World History of Organized Crime travels the world to get an insight into some of the most active criminal organizations, dangerous and evil in existence. The five episodes focus on a different region, examining the conditions that contributed[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
Judgement Day: Intelligent Design on the bench is an award winning NOVA documentary on Kitzmiller v. For Dover Area School District, which focused on the question of whether or not intelligent design could be seen as science and taught in science class at school. Aired on PBS in November 2007 and includes interviews with the[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
Louis Theroux travels to Los Angeles to see the world in plastic surgery, where improvements breast, tummy tuck, muscle implants and the like are common procedures. Spending time in the consultations of various plastic surgeons, Luis meets the doctors who performed the operations and people feel the need to work - if it is a man[...]Watch Documentary Online Now