Ten years in the making, Ken Burns’ and Lynn Novick’s sprawling, 10-disc, 18-hour documentary The Vietnam War, a series that Ken Burns has said he hopes will help bring the country together at a time when he seems to splintering hopelessly, details one of the most divisive wars and eras in the nation’s history. In […]
A thought provoking documentary on this inspiring spiritual leader.
This powerful documentary recounts the Ebola epidemic in Liberia and one heroic organization’s efforts to combat the outbreak.
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. avoids the Euro-centric trap of history for an illuminating six-hour look at Africa’s great civilizations and contributions to the world as we know it.
A stunning nature documentary that utilizes the IMAX, Ultra HD, HDR, and 3D formats to their fullest strengths.
This mini-series from across the pond follows on Netflix’s true crime success with ‘Making a Murderer’ by offering a riveting look at a 30-year-old case.
This is a masterful documentary on the often brutal history of the American coal industry that must be seen.
This riveting documentary from director Juan Reina currently making the film festival rounds traces the perils of cave diving.
The new documentary ‘On the Map’ delves into how the 1977 Israeli basketball team awoke a nation.
‘American Masters’ covers Norman Lear’s controversial TV series in their latest documentary.