Take Us Home: Leeds United
2019, Documentary

Documentary, Sports: English football’s famous ‘fallen giant’ Leeds United is at the start of a journey: to win promotion back to the Premier League. New owner Andrea Radrizzani has recruited a world-class head coach, Marcelo Bielsa, to lead the team back to the promised land. This will be one of the most dramatic seasons in the club’s history as fans, players and a city start to dream of a return to the top flight.

2020, Documentary

Documentary: 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.

Coldplay: A Head Full Of Dreams
2018, Documentary

Documentary, Music: Long-term Coldplay collaborator Mat Whitecross blends spectacular live performances with exclusive band interviews and a huge array of previsouly-unseen archive footage to produce ‘A Head Full Of Dreams’- The definitive story of one of the world’s biggest bands.

City of Ghosts
2017, Documentary

Documentary, War: City of Ghosts follows the journey of “Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently” - a handful of anonymous activists who banded together after their homeland was taken over by ISIS in 2014.

2016, Documentary

Animated, Documentary: Nuts! is an animated documentary film billed as the "mostly true story" about the controversial medical doctor and radio magnate John R. Brinkley. The documentary is based on a screenplay by Thom Stylinski adapted from The Life of A Man: Biography of John R. Brinkley by Clement Wood, and directed by Penny Lane. Nuts! won the Special Jury Award for Editing at its Sundance premiere in 2016.

I, Pedophile
2016, Documentary

Crime, Documentary, Society: Pedophiles have long been the most demonized people in society. New research is showing that understanding the condition, and addressing it, are the first steps in lowering instances of child sexual abuse. This documentary does not seek to vilify or condemn pedophiles or to undermine the concerns and fears of parents or society but rather to understand pedophilia and its complex causes.

Western Stars
2019, Documentary

Documentary: Inspiration. Introspection. Illumination. A music icon shares songs and reflections from a legendary life.

Julius Caesar with Mary Beard
2018, Documentary

Documentary, History: Julius Caesar: general, dictator, politician. In life, he shaped the Roman world we know today. Beloved Historian, Mary Beard, is on a new mission to reveal the real Julius Caesar, challenging everything you thought you knew about this legendary man. What were the key steps to his rise to dictatorship? Why was he then infamously betrayed and assassinated by his closest and most trusted friends?

Einstein and the Theory of Relativity
2015, Documentary

Documentary, Nature & Animals: There's no doubt that the theory of relativity launched Einstein to international stardom, yet few people know that it didn't get indisputable recognition until the 1970's. 2016 marks the 100th anniversary of its first international publication. Meet experts who will testify through new and emerging experiments how the theory still questions our perception of time and space today.

Kim Jong Un: The Unauthorized Biography
2015, Documentary

Documentary: He is the living God of the 9th nuclear power of the world, raised in secrecy to take over the commands of the North Korean regime. Investigators travel to Switzerland, the USA and Asia to find those who really know Kim and try to profile the new leader.

Chiara Ferragni Unposted
2019, Documentary

Documentary: Chiara Ferragni, the first fashion influencer in the world, reveals how the digital revolution has changes business world, communication, fashion, culture, through a portrait in which she's the protagonist, both as a woman and as digital entrepreneur.

At the Fork
2016, Documentary

Documentary: Filmmaker and omnivore John Papola and his vegetarian wife Lisa give a timely, unbiased look at how farm animals are raised for consumption. With unprecedented access to large-scale conventional farms, Papola asks the tough questions behind every hamburger, glass of milk and baby-back rib.

The Who: Vegas Job
2006, Documentary

Documentary, Music: On October 29th, 1999, The Who gave an awesome and historic concert at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas...one night only!

Fresh Dressed
2015, Documentary

Documentary, History, Music: The history of hip-hop fashion from its birth in the South Bronx to its rise as a billion-dollar global industry, Fresh Dressed is supported by rich archival materials, in-depth interviews with individuals crucial to the evolution, and the outsider.

Citizen K
2019, Documentary

Documentary: Oscar® winning writer/director Alex Gibney’s revelatory CITIZEN K is an intimate yet sweeping look at post-Soviet Russia from the perspective of the enigmatic Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a former oligarch turned political dissident. Benefiting from the chaos that ensued after the dissolution of the U.S.S.R., Khodorkovsky was able to amass a fortune in financing and oil production and became the richest man in Russia. But when he accused the new Putin regime of corruption, Khodorkovsky was arrested, his assets were seized and following a series of show trials, he was sentenced to more than ten-years in prison. Today, as an exile living in London, he continues to speak out against Putin’s two-decade stranglehold on power. Expertly researched and photographed, Gibney uses Khodorkovsky’s story as a way to explore the complex interplay between oligarchy and government and its destructive effect on democracy, in Russia and beyond.

The Hornet's Nest
2014, Documentary

Action, Adventure, Documentary: Armed only with cameras, Peabody and Emmy Award-winning conflict Journalist Mike Boettcher, and his son, Carlos, provide unprecedented access into the longest war in U.S. history. Mike and Carlos embed with U.S. Forces fighting on the front lines in Afghanistan, amidst the constant threat of the Taliban. They are the only Father and Son Journalist Team to ever embed with the US Frontline Armed Forces due to the extreme danger involved. Their journey, ‘The Hornet’s Nest’, is a true story of survival not only for the soldiers, but for a father and son team who seek to re-connect under the most harrowing of circumstances.

Sharkwater Extinction
2018, Documentary

Documentary: Sharkwater Extinction is a thrilling, action adventure journey that follows filmmaker Rob Stewart as he exposes the billion dollar illegal shark fin industry and the political corruption behind it.

How to Be a Billionaire
2014, Documentary

Documentary: While the rest of us stare down the barrel of negative equity and vanishing pensions, the world's ultra rich keep on getting richer. Twenty-five years ago, there were only 140 billionaires in the world, now there are over 1200. The 0.1% are on the rise. This film draws back the curtain on the world of the ultra rich, who with their drive and visionary ideas seek to change the world around us.

The Tomb of Genghis Khan
2013, Documentary

Documentary: Since the 13th century, generations of explorers, scientists and historians have been fascinated by a gripping archeological mystery. The tomb of Genghis Khan, the greatest conqueror in history, is hidden somewhere in Mongolia. But where?

Attenborough and the Sea Dragon
2018, Documentary

Documentary: David Attenborough follows the excavation and analysis of a huge ichthyosaur dinosaur.

Make Us Dream
2018, Documentary

Documentary: From the producers of "Senna" and "Amy" comes this remarkable feature documentary about the football career of Liverpool FC legend Steven Gerrard.

Toni Kroos
2019, Documentary

Biography, Sports: There are only a few iconic football stars being constantly admired across the globe for their art of handling a ball and controlling a game, winning basically all the relevant titles. There are a hand full of players in each generation and Toni Kroos is one of them.

I Am
2010, Documentary

Documentary: Four individuals in modern India grapple with their identities amid social taboos, trauma and brutal sexual discrimination in this quartet of stories.

1985, Documentary

Documentary: Jerome Gary, the director of Pumping Iron which brought fame to Arnold Schwarzenegger, directed and produced the documentary STRIPPERS. The film gives an insiders look at the profession of stripping and at the women who choose to enter it. The strippers appear as themselves, and the focus centers on the stories of a few women who compete in an international striptease contest held in Las Vegas....