Documental: Coming from the most unlikely of rugby playing backgrounds these athletes share their experience rising through the ranks in rugby and how this sport that many of their peers have never heard of, has now become their livelihood.
Documental: An environmental thriller that sinks to the murky depths of the Southeast Asian fishing industry. A compelling testimony to the possibilities of local activism, Current Sea follows investigative journalist, Matt Blomberg, and ocean activist, Paul Ferber, in their dangerous efforts to create a marine conservation area and combat the relentless tide of illegal fishing. Along the way a new generation of Cambodian environmentalists are inspired to create a better life for their people.
Documental: ALL IN: THE FIGHT FOR DEMOCRACY examines the issue of voter suppression in the US. The film interweaves personal experiences with activism and historical insight to expose a problem that has corrupted our country from the beginning. With the expertise of Stacey Abrams, the film offers an insider’s look into the barriers to voting.
Documental: Documentary about the founder of Vivino, Heini Zachariassen. Vivino has more than 43 million downloads worldwide and has its HQ in San Francisco.
Documental: There are tales all around the world of big, hairy, upright-walking, ape-like creatures that dwell in the wilderness and leave footprints. Whatever you do, don't call them Bigfoot. This documentary delves deep into the mythology, sightings and science.
Documental: The award-winning documentary Superhuman: The Invisible Made Visible is based on the amazing experiences of individuals with extrasensory powers who appear to defy the laws of physics known today to man.
Documental: Humanity has backed itself into an ecological endgame as we approach the year 2050. Featuring Moby and prominent scientists, ENDGAME 2050 lays out the reality that, unless we act urgently now, we are hastening our own destruction.
Documental: In this intimate yet epic love story filmed over two decades, indomitable matriarch Fox Rich strives to raise her six sons and keep her family together as she fights for her husband’s release from the Louisiana State Penitentiary, commonly known as Angola.
Documental: On December 9, 2019, the dream holiday turned into a deadly nightmare when a group of tourists became trapped in the middle of a volcanic eruption. The White Island volcano tragedy left 21 people dead and many others with lifelong injuries. How much were tourists told about and understood the dangers of visiting New Zealand's most active volcano?
Documental, Drama: After 52 years of armed conflict the FARC guerrillas are about to hand over their weapons in a move meant to benefit the poor. Society is thrown into chaos. Some fear for their lives while others are hopeful for change. This film takes a close look at a crucial opportunity for a country to improve, but will the peace deal be respected?
Documental: Life on Wheels tells the compelling story of a culture on the verge of a transformation. The film addresses the promises and absurdities of our auto-centric transportation system and explores possibilities for change. It examines our core values, freedom, health, safety, and happiness. It looks at our cities and our behavior. The path we choose will have a profound impact on future generations.
Documental, Deportes: The documentary follows the midfielder’s everyday life for six months. It’s a sincere portrayal by Rafinha himself, who opened his home for the cameras to film every moment, even allowing them into the operating room.
Documental: Fat Fiction reveals how the United States government relied on questionable evidence to support one of the most damaging public health recommendations in the history of our country: the "low fat diet."
Documental: For Kilian Jornet, the world's greatest mountain athlete, the arrival of his thirties coincided with the best and worst year of his life. This documentary follows Jornet through an intense 10-day tour of 10 cities around the world, allowing the public to see, for the first time, everything that goes on around the professional athlete, and revealing his lesser-known, uninhibited side.
Documental: Christoph Pehofer took a nine-month journey through North America and Asia. Staying in hostels was a rare alternative. What he did instead was sleeping in complete strangers' living rooms - Couchsurfing. The main focus of the film is on the people which participate in Couchsurfing and their great diversity: from a young student, to a family, to a nudist in Manhattan and a transgender in Bangkok.
Documental, Deportes: The Brazilian National Team goes on a journey of faith, brotherhood, and hard work to reimagine their identity and to re-engage a disgruntled fanbase as they attempt to win the 2019 Copa América on home soil. From the locker room, trough the trainings, to the games, we go exclusively behind-the-scenes with the world’s most famous football team.
Documental: Kelet is a young Somali trans woman who dreams of becoming a Vogue model. Leaving her family in Manchester to return to her childhood home in Finland, she draws on the support of her friends in the Vogue community to immerse herself in Helsinki's glamour. Watch this shy and courageous young woman build a new life for herself, face her fears and her past, and succeed in following her dreams.
Biografía, Documental: Life changes instantly for professional mountain biker Paul Basagoitia when he suffers a devastating spinal cord injury. His journey unfolds in real time through intimate footage as he fights through an unpredictable uncertain future.