I Am Greta
2020, Documentary
5.2

Biography, Documentary, Economics & Politics: Documentary follows Greta Thunberg, a teenage climate activist from Eastern Europe on her international crusade to get people to listen to scientists about the world's environmental problems.

Apollo 11
2019, Documentary
8.2

Economics & Politics, History, Science : The world once watched Apollo 11's journey on TV. Now, 50 years later, we can finally see it the way the astronauts did.

Collective
2019, Documentary
8.4

Crime, Economics & Politics, Society: In 2015, a fire at Bucharest's Colectiv club leaves 27 dead and 180 injured. Soon, more burn victims begin dying in hospitals from wounds that were not life-threatening. Then a doctor blows the whistle to a team of investigative journalists. One revelation leads to another as the journalists start to uncover vast health care fraud. When a new health minister is appointed, he offers unprecedented access to his efforts to reform the corrupt system but also to the obstacles he faces. Following journalists, whistle-blowers, burn victims, and government officials, Collective is an uncompromising look at the impact of investigative journalism at its best.

Room 2806: The Accusation
2020, Documentary
7.1

Crime, Documentary, Economics & Politics: His political track record put him on a path toward presidential candidacy. But controversy changed the course of history.

Trump: An American Dream
2017, Documentary
7.2

Biography, Documentary, Economics & Politics: Friends, associates and critics reveal the truly American story of Donald Trump, the brash businessman who defied the odds to become U.S. president.

RBG
2018, Documentary
7.6

Biography, Economics & Politics, Society: A brilliant mind. A fierce advocate for equal rights. An unlikely pop culture icon. The A to Z of the "Notorious RBG."

On Putin's Blacklist
2017, Documentary
6.4

Economics & Politics, Society: Defenseless orphans were among the first to suffer from Putin’s anti-Western rhetoric. The Kremlin’s hit list then expanded to include the LGTBQ community. This ripped-from-the-headlines documentary explores all those On Putin’s Blacklist.

Cold Case Hammarskjöld
2019, Documentary
7.5

Crime, Documentary, Economics & Politics: Danish director Mads Brügger and Swedish private investigator Göran Björkdahl are trying to solve the mysterious death of Dag Hammarskjöld. As their investigation closes in, they discover a crime far worse than killing the Secretary-General of the United Nations.

MLK/FBI
2020, Documentary
6.3

Economics & Politics, History, Society: Based on newly declassified files, Sam Pollard's resonant film explores the US government's surveillance and harassment of Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Edge of Democracy
2019, Documentary
7.2

Economics & Politics, Society: In the wake of political scandal, Brazil's fragile democracy faces a painful question: is its future as bleak as its past?

537 Votes
2020, Documentary
7.2

Documentary, Economics & Politics: The story of the 2000 presidential election and the unprecedented outcome triggered by an international custody battle.

King Bibi
2019, Documentary
7.4

Biography, Documentary, Economics & Politics: The remarkable and controversial story of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s rise to power, reflected through four decades of public appearances that changed Israel forever. While some perceive him as Israel’s savior, others see him as a relentless politician who will stop at nothing to retain his power.

Torn Apart: Separated at the Border
2019, Documentary
5.0

Economics & Politics, Family, Society: Nearly 3,000 families with children were separated at the U.S.-Mexico border in 2018. Torn Apart: Separated at the Border offers first-person stories of how the immigration crisis has affected two of those mothers and their young children, who were separated from each other for months. Directed and produced by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ellen Goosenberg Kent (Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1) and Talos Films, this intimate 40-minute documentary followed those families for nine months after they fled life-threatening conditions in their home countries to seek asylum in the United States. After escaping violence that claimed the lives of her husband and two uncles in Honduras, María was detained and separated from her 10-year-old son Alex for 70 days. Vilma fled from her abusive husband in Guatemala and was placed in ICE detention, while her 11-year-old daughter, Yeisvi, was put into foster care for eight months. The film tracks both women as they navigate a complicated system, fight orders of deportation and try to find their children, who were placed thousands of miles away. With the help of friends and family, pro bono lawyers and community volunteers, Vilma and María eventually reunite with Yeisvi and Alex, yet both pairs await uncertain futures as their asylum claims remain pending. The film illuminates the laborious journey migrant families – including many women and children escaping violence and abuse – make to reach the U.S., only to be detained indefinitely and have their children transported to facilities hundreds, if not thousands, of miles away. Providing a human context to a fraught political issue, the documentary short reveals how arduous reunification is after separation for asylum seekers. Families detained at the border in 2018 were separated for an average of three months and some have yet to be reunited.

The World Wars
2014, Documentary
8.1

Documentary, Economics & Politics, History: An assassination in Sarajevo sparks a global war. For the next 30 years, deadly fighting rages across Europe, Africa, China and the Pacific. Hitler. Churchill. De Gaulle. MacArthur. Patton. Stalin. Mussolini. We know them as legends. But they first learn what it will take to rise to greatness as young soldiers, fighting for their lives on the frontlines. This is the story of a generation of men who come of age in the trenches of World War I, only to become the leaders of World War II. The lessons they learn on the frontlines shape them as they rise to power—and haunt them as the deadly fighting breaks out again. Some become heroes, forged in courage under fire. Others emerge as the most infamous villains the world has ever seen. Theirs is one story—the story of a 30-year global struggle. A fight that will either save the world—or destroy it. Narrated by two-time Oscar nominee Jeremy Renner (The Hurt Locker, The Town), this three-night event series features gripping dramatic scenes, stunning CGI visuals and interviews with contemporary leaders, including John McCain, Colin Powell, John Major and David Miliband, along with noted historians from around the world. The World Wars is a mini-series event that takes viewers on an epic and groundbreaking ride through the bloodiest century in history.

The World at War
1973, Documentary
9.2

Documentary, Drama, Economics & Politics: Laurence Olivier narrates the landmark 26-part British documentary series telling the story of World War II, profiling its main campaigns and highlighting the human cost on all sides of the conflict.

Escape From Saudi
2019, Documentary

Documentary, Economics & Politics, Society: When eighteen-year-old Rahaf Al Qunun decided to renounce Islam, an action that is punishable by death in Saudi Arabia, fleeing the country became her only option. After being stopped in transit in Bangkok, she barricaded herself into a hotel room for several days, making headlines around the world. ABC Four Corners' Sophie McNeill was the only journalist to join Rahaf in the hotel room she refused to leave without asylum. Exposing the most intimate moments of Rahaf's terrifying journey, along with other women's equally treacherous stories, this dramatic investigation reveals the immense dangers Saudi women face when fighting one of the world's most conservative societies.

After the Raid
2019, Documentary
4.3

Economics & Politics, Society: Suddenly, dozens of people disappear. In this small Tennessee town, the immigration debate just hit very close to home.

Medici
2019, Documentary

Documentary, Drama, Economics & Politics: From the height of privilege to the brink of ruin, the storied clan paid the price -- for the power to change the world.

Bully. Coward. Victim. The Story of Roy Cohn
2019, Documentary
6.8

Biography, Economics & Politics: Filmmaker Ivy Meeropol investigates the controversial yet fascinating life of high profile New York broker Roy Cohn.

The Swamp
2020, Documentary
6.6

Documentary, Economics & Politics, Society: Take a look behind the curtain of the Washington government as this film follows three renegade Republican Congressmen over one pivotal year.

Rise: Ini Kalilah
2018, Documentary
5.0

Documentary, Drama, Economics & Politics: A cop. A teacher. A reporter. A businessman. A couple. Their paths are different but the choices they make lead them home.

Battleground
2012, Documentary
7.8

Comedy, Documentary, Drama: By executive producers JD Walsh, Hagai Shaham ("The Details"), and Marc Webb ("The Amazing Spider-Man", "500 Days of Summer"), Battleground is a workplace dramedy set in the world of political campaigns. Head campaign strategist Chris "Tak" Davis and his staff strive to win a Senate seat for their underdog candidate in a race with national consequences. It takes place in Wisconsin, a real battleground state, where Tak and his team manipulate the 24-hour news cycle, new media, and social networking to navigate the unpredictable ups and downs of state politics. All the while, a documentary crew exposes the behind-the-scenes chaos of idealistic twenty-somethings trying to make a difference.

Eyewitness War
2013, Documentary
7.0

Documentary, Drama, Economics & Politics

Gina Yashere: Laughing to America
2013, Documentary

Comedy, Documentary, Economics & Politics: British comic Gina Yashere takes the stage in San Francisco, where she shares her thoughts on everything from toilet ninjas to her troublesome name.