Feature Programs

The Search for Noah's Ark with Joanna Lumley

Presented by veteran film actress Joanna Lumley who asks questions concerning the story of Noah: Is it a myth, a fairy tale, a parable, or...
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The Case Against 8

A behind-the-scenes look inside the historic case to overturn California's ban on same-sex marriage. The high-profile trial first makes headlines with the unlikely pairing of...
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Two of a Kind

From her unique perspective as an identical twin, director Leora Eisen draws on the fascinating life experiences she shares with sister Linda to explore fundamental...
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Particle Fever

Imagine being able to watch as Edison turned on the first light bulb, or as Franklin received his first jolt of electricity. For the first...
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Watchers of the Sky

Watchers of the Sky interweaves four stories of remarkable courage, compassion, and determination, while setting out to uncover the forgotten life of Raphael Lemkin -...
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A.K.A Doc Pomus

Paralyzed with polio as a child, Brooklyn-born Jerome Felder reinvented himself first as a blues singer, renaming himself Doc Pomus, then emerged as one of...
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Transgender Parents (a documentary Channel Original)

Transgender Parents centres the importance of access to building and continuing parent-child relationships in the presence of a gender transition. It is a tender look...
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Neurons to Nirvana

Neurons to Nirvana is a feature documentary about the resurgence of psychedelics as medicine. Through interviews with the world's foremost researchers, writers, psychologists and pioneers...
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Storm Surfers

Aussie tow-surfing legend Ross Clarke-Jones and two-time world champion Tom Carroll enlist the help of surf forecaster Ben Matson and together they track and chase giant storms across the Great Southern Ocean.
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Inside Her Sex (a documentary Channel Original)

Inside Her Sex is a thought ­provoking, feature­ length documentary that explores female sexuality and shame through the eyes and experiences of three women from...
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The Family Farm

The Family Farm explores the farm to table process through the lens of Canadian small farmers and identifies the systematic barriers they face in running...
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Shekinah

Shekinah is a documentary that takes us into the rarefied world of young Hasidic women living what some consider an 18th-century way of life in...
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The Final Member

Thirty miles from the Arctic Circle, in the northern Icelandic town of Husavik, stands the Icelandic Phallological Museum - the world's only Penis museum....
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Herman's House

Herman Wallace may be the longest-serving prisoner in solitary confinement in the United States--he's spent more than 40 years in a 6-by-9-foot cell in...
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Where the Wild Men Are

A complex character with a troubled past, Ben Fogle discovers how this lone westerner ditched the hunt for the American dream, adopted a native family...
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Life and Death Row

Series telling the story of capital punishment through the eyes of young people whose lives have been shaped by it. With unprecedented access inside prison...
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My Brother the Terrorist

Check out the documentary channel November FREE PREVIEW! Filmmaker Robb Leech attempts to understand his stepbrother's journey from middle-class white boy in Weymouth to...
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On a River in Ireland

Irish documentary On a River in Ireland won the grand prize at the 12th biennial Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. The doc, which aired locally...
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David Beckham: Into the Great Unknown

Check out the documentary channel November FREE PREVIEW! After 22 years playing for the world's greatest football teams, David Beckham has retired. For the...
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Toughest Place to be a ...

Toughest Place to Be A... is a BBC television documentary which offered various working or retired professionals in the United Kingdom a different and more...
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Tiny: The Art of Living Small ​

TINY is a documentary about home, and how we find it.​ ​The film follows one couple's attempt to build a "tiny house" from scratch,...
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Louis Theroux's LA Stories: Edge of Life

Louis heads to the award winning Cedars Sinai Medical Centre, the most famous hospital in Los Angeles, to learn more about the American way of...
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Louis Theroux's LA Stories: City of Dogs

Louis heads to one of the toughest neighbourhoods in the south of the city to investigate how hundreds of neglected and often dangerous dogs roam...
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Greenwich Village: Music that Defined a Generation

Greenwich Village: Music that Defined a Generation is a feature-length documentary about the Greenwich Village music scene and how it sparked everlasting political, social and...
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Ben and James Versus The Arabian Desert

BBC.Ben.and.James.Versus.the.Arabian.Desert... by HDDocumentary James Cracknel and Ben Fogle trek deep into the Empty Quarter of the Arabian Desert in the footsteps of explorer Wilfred Thesiger....
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The Act of Killing

Canadian TV premiere  This Oscar-nominated film is shocking and chilling. The Act of Killing is about killers who have won, and the sort of...
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BorderLine

BorderLine explores the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks as experienced by ordinary people living and working along the Canada-U.S. border. The film follows award-winning...
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Stevie Nicks: In Your Dreams

Watch this documentary that follows Stevie Nicks as she begins writing and recording her first solo album in nearly a decade....
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Russia on Four Wheels

A former superpower and more recently a struggling giant, Russia is looking to assert itself once again on the world stage. With millions of square...
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Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters

Acclaimed photographer Gregory Crewdson doesn't just "take" his images, he creates them, through elaborate days and weeks of invention, design, and set-up. The epic...
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A Day Without Cancer

This documentary tells the history, the science, the patient stories, and the promise of cancer care and research. It is factual, provocative, frank, as...
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The Ghosts in Our Machine

The Ghosts in Our Machine illuminates the lives of individual animals living within and rescued from the machine of our modern world. Through the...
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The Cove

Utilizing state-of-the-art techniques, the team uncovers how a small seaside village serves as a horrifying microcosm of massive ecological crimes happening worldwide.
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Funeral Directors

A revealing look at the work of Britain's Funeral Directors as they help people say, the last goodbye. A Muslim funeral company attempt to bury...
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The Mystery of San Nicandro

A documentary channel original production, The Mystery at San Nicandro threads the historical story of the mass religious conversion in the village of San Nicandro,...
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Kitturiaq

From the award-winning director of ON THE LINE comes the unconventional documentary KITTURIAQ. The film unflinchingly follows two men on a 620 km wilderness...
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Hue: A Matter of Colour

How black is black enough? How black is too black? What can you gain from being a light-skinned Indian, and what can you lose from...
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Ariel (documentary Original Production)

After an industrial dough mixer shreds Ariel's legs, he rebuilds his identity by inventing prosthetic limbs that will carry him toward a new life of transhumanity. Director Laura Bari follows his journey.
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13 Families

The shootings at Columbine High School on April 20th 1999 ended 13 lives and shattered countless others. But while the tragic events of that day were well documented, the stories of the families who lost loved ones and struggled to build new lives have yet to be told.
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Of Time and the City

A love song and eulogy to Liverpool: how a city can change itself, and its people.
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Shameless Propaganda

Some have called the documentary Canada's national art form. If it is, the foundations of that art were laid by the National Film Board in the first six years of its existence, 1939-45, under the inspired vision and watchful eye of John Grierson, its first Commissioner.
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The World's Most Dangerous Roads

Celebrities including Downton Abbey's Hugh Bonneville and adventurer Charlie Borman tackle some of the world's most infamous roads.
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Letters from Pyongyang

Letters from Pyongyang is a film that offers an incredibly rare glimpse into an exceptional family reunion in the North Korean capital. Most family reunions...
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London: The Modern Babylon

London: The Modern Babylon is legendary director Julien Temple's (Joe Strummer - The Future is Unwritten) epic time-traveling voyage to the heart of his hometown.
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Forbidden Voices

Their voices are suppressed, prohibited and censored. But world-famous bloggers Yoani Sánchez, Zeng Jinyan and Farnaz Seifi are not frightened of their dictatorial regimes. These fearless women stand for a new, networked generation of modern rebels.
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Ray Mears' Close Encounters

Survival expert and presenter Ray Mears follows two of Australia's most iconic animals: the salt-water crocodile and Tasmanian devil. By studying these animals up close and...
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The Adventures of Dr. Crackhead

The Adventures of Dr Crackhead, trailer from Jennifer DiCresce on Vimeo. Filmmaker Jennifer Di Cresce joins controversial author and research scientist Dr. Peter Ferentzy...
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Muscle Shoals

Under the spiritual influence of the "Singing River," as Native Americans called it, the music of Muscle Shoals is some of the most important and...
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Dark Matter of Love

Eleven year old Masha Kulabokhova is about to be adopted into fourteen year old Cami Diaz's family. Masha grew up in a Russian orphanage; Cami...
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Not Criminally Responsible (Doc channel original)

Directed by John Kastner, this feature documentary about violence, mental illness, and the rights of victims tells the story of a troubled young man who...
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Muscle Shoals

Under the spiritual influence of the "Singing River" as Native Americans called it, the music of Muscle Shoals is some of the most important and...
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Freddie Flintoff Goes Wild

Freddie ventures to four unique natural landscapes and sees first-hand the lives of the people and the wildlife that inhabit them.
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Disunited States of Canada

DisUnited States of Canada won "Best Documentary" at the Gemini Awards in 2013.In this thought provoking documentary that pulls no punches,award-winning filmaker Guylaine Maroist meets...
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Life in a Day

Director Kevin Macdonald and producer Ridley Scott team up to offer this candid snapshot of a single day on planet Earth. Compiled from over 80,000...
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A Matter of Taste

A Matter of Taste takes an intimate look inside the world of an immensely talented and driven young chef, Paul Liebrandt. At 24, he was awarded three stars by the New York Times for unforgettable and hyper modern dishes such as "eel, violets and chocolate," "espuma of calf brains and foie gras," and "beer and truffle soup."
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London: The Modern Babylon

Julien Temple's epic time-travelling voyage to the heart of his hometown. From musicians, writers and artists to dangerous thinkers, political radicals and above all...
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March to the Top

Commissioned by documentary and CBC, March to the Top is a compelling and emotional documentary highlighting the challenges faced by 12 wounded and ill Canadian...
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Last Woman Standing

Last Woman Standing is a documentary Channel original production, and was recently voted as a Top Five Audience Favourite at the 2013 Hot Docs Festival....
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People of a Feather

Featuring groundbreaking footage from seven winters in the Arctic, People of a Feather takes you through time into the world of Inuit on the Belcher...
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The Genius of Invention

Examining the inventions that led to the electrical, the transport and the communication revolutions that shaped the modern world. Ep 1: POWER: Revealing the...
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Paul Williams: Still Alive

He won Grammys and an Academy Award; wrote many #1 songs; starred in a Brian DePalma movie; put out his own hit records and...
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We Are Here

A poignant cinematic look at the attempt to revive Jewish life in Poland since the Holocaust, We Are Here details the conflicts of constructing a...
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Leviathan

One of the most highly anticipated films of the year, from the directors of Sweetgrass and Foreign Parts, LEVIATHAN is a thrilling, immersive documentary that...
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Tiny: A Story About Living Small

The film follows one couple's attempt to build a "tiny house" from scratch, and profiles other families who have downsized their lives into homes smaller...
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The Loving Story

On June 2, 1958, a white man named Richard Loving and his part-black, part-Cherokee fiancée Mildred Jeter travelled from Caroline County, VA to Washington, D.C....
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Regret

Christopher Richardson blew it with a valedictory that was misguided and cringe- inducing. It's also a regret stinging decades later. Are regrets as inevitable as...
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Casting By

CASTING BY examines Marion Dougherty's early career, which began in TV before she segued into feature-film casting. She set up her first casting office -...
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Inside Job

The global financial crisis of 2008 cost more than $20 trillion, caused millions of people to lose their jobs and homes in the worst recession since the Great Depression, and nearly resulted in a global financial collapse.
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Gasland

Gasland is Josh Fox's urgent, cautionary and sometimes darkly comic look at the largest domestic natural gas drilling campaign in history, which is currently sweeping...
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NCR: Not Criminally Responsible

Directed by John Kastner, this feature documentary about violence, mental illness, and the rights of victims tells the story of a troubled young man who...
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Abuelas: Grandmothers On A Mission

In 1985, the Academy Award® nominated film LAS MADRES: THE MOTHERS OF PLAZA DE MAYO profiled the Argentinian mothers' movement to demand to know the...
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Time Zero: The Last Year of Polaroid Film

In February 2008, Polaroid announced that it was ceasing production of instant film. Time Zero tells the story of the last year of Polaroid film in three acts.
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ChristCORE

ChristCORE is an inside look at the explosive subculture of Christian hardcore music, as filmmaker and atheist punk rocker Justin Ludwig hits the road, the...
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My Date with Hugh

The story follows Canadian comedian Dave Regnier as his quest to the Playboy Mansion to meet Hugh Hefner is harder then he thought. He also...
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All Out War

Filmed in a fresh, unique style, All Out War is a feature length documentary that follows four b-boys (battling street dancers) from different positions on...
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Tabloid

Oscar winning filmmaker Errol Morris turns his signature style and ferocious curiosity on the infamous British tabloids and their obsession with scandal. "Sex in...
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They Shine

In spite of the overwhelming adversity they face, rays of hope shine through for two Zambian families of AIDS-orphaned children. This moving documentary gives new...
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A Walk in My Dream

The film features musician Mike Stevens, who is the only harmonica player in the world to appear on the Grand Ole Opry stage more than...
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Hellbound?

For many people, belief in hell as a place of eternal torment for the wicked is an indisputable tenet of Christian orthodoxy. A growing number of believers disagree; hey argue that we can have a loving God or we can have eternal hell, but we can't have both.
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Lost Rivers

Once upon a time, in almost every industrial city, countless rivers flowed. Our roads hugged their curves, and their currents fed our mills and factories....
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Alone Up There

Alone Up There is a firsthand journey to understand one of the most difficult art forms. The stand-up comedian is both an artist and an...
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Montreal Symphony

To mark the 75th season of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, conductor Kent Nagano put together a memorable program comprised of a selection of extraordinary works....
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I am Not a Rock Star

The sacrifice of self, the acclaim, the adoring crowds — classical pianist Marika Bournaki fits the role. But the title of Bobbi Jo Hart's award-winning...
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Team Bones

This documentary looks at the nature of trauma, disability and competition. The film focuses on Michael, an amputee, orthopedic surgeon and solo kayaker from the...
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Woody Allen: A Documentary

Filmmaker Robert Weide followed the notoriously private film legend over a year and a half to create the ultimate film biography. Watch the trailer online.
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Dads: An Exploration into Contemporary Fatherhood

Seven Dads. Seven Cameras. Three Cities. Dads shows the real side of fatherhood in a way never seen before.
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Oil Calling

Oil Calling follows five new immigrants from Nigeria, Eritrea, Northern Ireland, China, and Kyrgyzstan who have been chosen to participate in a highly competitive training...
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The Story of Quadrophenia

Pete Townshend opens his heart and his personal archive to revisit "the last great album the Who ever made."
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Boredom

New research currently exclusive to this documentary indicates boredom impedes learning and may in fact be a state of stress.
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Pure Intentions

Toronto restauranteur Peter Oliver travels to his native South Africa where he engages with local educators to push positive change on the local school system....
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My Mother, the Nazi Midwife and Me

My Mother, the Nazi Midwife and Me is a compelling, hour-long documentary that unearths a chilling story about the systematic murder of Jewish infants in...
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Bombay Beach

The rusting relic of a failed 1950s development boom, the Salton Sea is a barren Californian landscape often seen as a symbol of the failure of the American Dream. Watch the trailer online.
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Beauty Day

Ralph Zavadil's unique brand of gross-out stunt comedy was truly ahead of its time. All it took was a broken neck for him to get noticed.
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Water on the Table

Is water a commercial good like running shoes, or is water a human right like air?
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Reel Injun

Reel Injun takes an entertaining and insightful look at the Hollywood Indian, exploring the portrayal of North American natives through the history of cinema.
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R.I.P. A Remix Manifesto

Let web activist Brett Gaylor and musician Greg Gillis, better known as Girl Talk, serve as your digital tour guides on a probing investigation into how culture builds upon culture in the information age.
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Harlan: In the Shadow of Jew Süss

Though almost forgotten today, Veit Harlan was one of Nazi Germany's most notorious filmmakers. Millions of people across occupied Europe saw his films, the most...
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Heist: Who Stole the American Dream?

The collapse of the U.S. economy is the result of conscious choices made over the course of 35 years by a small group: leaders of corporations and their elected allies, and the biggest lobbying interest in Washington: the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
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Winnebago Man

Type "The Angriest Man in the World" into any search engine, and one name appears--Jack Rebney, a.k.a. "The Winnebago Man".
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Under Fire: Journalists in Combat

Only two journalists were killed in World War I. Iraq has so far claimed 120. The recent Libyan uprising has already claimed the lives of four and global conflict looks set to continue.
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Lucky

Director Jeffrey Blitz (the Oscar®-nominated Spellbound; Emmy-®winner for The Office) crisscrossed the country to see what happened to the not-always-lucky few whose dreams came true,...
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Out of the Ashes

Against a backdrop of war and poverty, Out of the Ashes traces the extraordinary journey of a team of young Afghan men as they chase...
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They Were Promised the Sea

Kathy Wazana's They Were Promised the Sea is an intimate journey shot in Morocco, Israel-Palestine, and New York. Her research into her family origins in...
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Tropic of Cancer

Simon Reeve uncovers environmental, political and human stories from some of the most remote places on the planet.
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Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work

Check your plastic surgery jabs and red carpet cattiness at the door. It's time to meet the real Joan Rivers. Raunchy and unapologetically brash? This...
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Bestiaire

Curious, compelling and compassionate, Denis Côté's contemplative portrait of animals in captivity is, put simply, a series of beautifully framed and composed tableaux of a...
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Grand Prix: The Killer Years

In the '60s and early '70s it was common for Grand Prix drivers to be killed racing, often televised for millions to see. Mechanical failure, lethal track design, fire and incompetence snuffed out dozens of young drivers.
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Vanishing Point

Navarana is an Inughuit elder, a Polar Eskimo from the most remote corner of the planet: the northwest tip of Greenland. Thanks to her ancestor,...
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Madness on Four Wheels: Rallying's Craziest Years

Tragedies will happen in a sport heading out of control, when fans, ambition, politics and cars collide.
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Surfing and Sharks

This documentary goes up close with pro surfers and shark experts to uncover the real secrets and stories that surround the shark stigma that exists in South Africa.
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Last Train Home

Every spring, China's cities are plunged into chaos, as all at once, a tidal wave of humanity attempts to return home by train. It is the Chinese New Year. The wave is made up of millions of migrant factory workers.
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The Yes Men Fix the World

Troublemaking duo Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno expose the people profiting from Hurricane Katrina, the faces behind the environmental disaster in Bhopal and other shocking events.
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We Were Here

The first documentary to take a deep and reflective look back at the arrival and impact of AIDS in San Francisco.
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Riding Giants

Riding Giants is a 2004 documentary film directed and narrated by Stacy Peralta, a famous skater/surfer who helped define modern skateboarding. The movie traces the...
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Desert Riders

Camel racing is a popular sport in the Middle East. In past years, thousands of young boys have been trafficked to work as jockeys in the under excruciating conditions.
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Kumaré

Beneath his long beard, deep penetrating eyes, and his endless smile, Kumaré has a secret he is about to unveil to his disciples: he is not real.
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We Are Together

This British documentary film about the orphanage "Agape" in South Africa, where the children who live here lost their parents to AIDS.
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After Life: The Strange Science of Decay

Ever wondered what would happen in your own home if you were taken away, and everything inside was left to rot? The answer is revealed in this fascinating program, which explores the strange and surprising science of decay.
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Tribe

Join Bruce Parry as he adopts the lifestyle of remote tribes, participates in their rituals and forms personal bonds with its members.
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Milk: The Documentary

Milk: The Documentary is an entertaining, award-winning documentary that dares to question the conventional wisdom of the much publicized health benefits of milk and...
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Unraveled

Just days before Bernard Madoff captured headlines as the largest Ponzi schemer in U.S. history, Marc Dreier, a prominent Manhattan attorney, was arrested for orchestrating a massive fraud scheme that netted hundreds of millions of dollars from hedge funds.
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Alone in the Wild

How long could you survive alone in the wilderness? Some well-known faces from sport and TV find out, doing battle with the elements - and their fears...
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LENNONYC

An intimate look at the time John Lennon, Yoko Ono and their son, Sean, spent living in New York City during the 1970s.
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We Will Remember Them

As of today, 158 Canadian soldiers have died since Canada entered the war in Afghanistan in 2002. In this documentary, we go beyond the static photographs and news headlines and get to know the men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
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Music From the Big House

Rita Chiarelli, a Juno award recording artist, has decided to take a pilgrimage to the "birthplace of the blues " - Louisiana State Maximum Security Penitentiary, a.k.a. Angola Prison.
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Louis Theroux Presents

Louis Theroux presents a series of fly-on-the-wall documentaries, using his understanding and non-confrontational reporting style to bring out both the best and the worst in...
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A Proper Send Off

A salute, a send off and a musical tribute to the brave men and women about to embark on an incredible journey
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Northwords

This project follows a group of Canada's finest writers as they travel to awe-inspiring Torngat Mountains National Park in northern Labrador to explore, have adventures...
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Michael Jackson's Secret Hollywood

Jacques Peretti lifts the lid on how the weird world of Hollywood really operates behind the scenes.
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Food, Inc.

Robert Kenner lifts the veil on our nation's food industry, exposing the highly mechanized underbelly that has been hidden from the American consumer.
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Meet the Fokkens

Sisters doing it for themselves in Amsterdam's Red Light District.
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Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson

Borrowing from Kris Kristofferson, Hunter S. Thompson was a "walking contradiction, partly truth, mostly fiction." A die-hard member of the NRA, he was also a coke-snorting, whiskey-swilling, acid-eating fiend.
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The September Issue

With unprecedented access, this film tells the story of legendary Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour and her larger-than-life team of editors creating the issue and ruling the world of fashion.
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Freedom from Famine: The Norman Borlaugh Story

How did a dirt-poor farm boy from rural Iowa grow up to save a billion people worldwide from starvation and malnutrition, and become the father of the Green Revolution?
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Dragon Slayer

An intimate vérité portrait of the life and times of Josh "Skreech" Sandoval, a 23-year-old skate legend from the stagnant suburbs of Fullerton, California.
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My Brother the Islamist

Tree surgeon turned film-maker Robb Leech is desperate to know why his white middle-class step-brother Rich became a radical Islamist.
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Calls From the Towers

For many of the families of those trapped inside the World Trade Center, the most powerful legacy of that fateful day is the voices calling from inside the towers.
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Windfall

This beautifully photographed feature length film documents how a wind farm proposal divides a town's residents as they fight over the future of their community.
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The Secrets of Scientology

In 2007, while investigating the Church of Scientology for BBC's Panorama, reporter John Sweeney had a dramatic on-camera confrontation with a church spokesman named Tommy Davis.
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Mighty Ships

A see-all-hear-all doc with unprecendented access to everything above and below deck, from the mechanics to the modern sea-going to the human dramas facing seafarers.
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The Phantoms of The French Shore

Inspired by 11th century Bayeux Tapestry, French artist Jean Claude Roy weaves the history of the French Shore into a 216' long embroidered piece of storytelling cloth.
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Love, Hate and Propaganda

Propaganda, the weapon of mass persuasion, is a powerful force and has helped shape events of the 20th century. Each series examines how propaganda influenced significant moments in history, and the lives of the people who lived through them. Hosted by George Stroumboulopoulos, Love, Hate & Propaganda is a primer on the art of mass persuasion, aimed directly at a media-savvy generation.
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From Sydney to Tokyo By Any Means

Charley Boorman embarks on an adventure in Sydney and travels up the Pacific Rim through Australia, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, the Philippines and Taiwan, eventually finishing in Tokyo, Japan.
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EMPz 4 Life

Renowned filmmaker Allan King turns his attention to the high-risk lifestyle of four young men from a Toronto suburb and to the forceful and committed individuals fighting to safeguard their futures.
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The Sound of Mumbai

It doesn't matter whether you've previously embraced or resisted The Sound of Music, after this rendition your association will never be the same.
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A Very British Gangster

The film follows the trials and tribulations of Dominic Noonan over three years, as he lurches from criminal trial to criminal trial.
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Automorphosis

Automorphosis looks into the minds and hearts of a delightful collection of eccentrics, visionaries, and just plain folks who have transformed their autos into artworks....
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El Huaso

An original documentary production, El Huaso follows a Chilean immigrant living in Toronto who, suffering from ill health, is contemplating suicide.
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Dolphin Boy

A teenager from an Arab village in the north of Israel disconnects himself following a violent attack. As a last resort before hospitalization in a...
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Ghost Bird

Set in a murky swamp overrun with birders, scientists, and reporters, Ghost Bird explores the limits of certainty, the seductive power of hope, and how...
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India on Four Wheels

Justin Rowlatt and Anita Rani embark on an epic road trip around India to discover how a booming car industry is helping to fuel the country's massive economic growth.
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High Plains Doctor

The film documents one team's treatment of nearly 1,500 indigent patients and captures unforgettable colourful images of the cultural life in a village, since devastated by a 7.1 level earthquake on April 14, 2010.
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Great Minds of Design

The first season of Great Minds of Design looks at designers who have an environmental or community-minded approach to what they do and attempt to re-design the way people think.
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Hot Docs Friday Night

Join us Friday nights to watch award winning documentaries and Hot Docs festival favourites.
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When Dreams Take Flight

A film about dreams and dreamers, a film about people who are willing to risk life and limb to follow their hearts and chase a dream that has existed since the dawn of man.
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Mighty Jerome

The story of the rise, fall and redemption of Harry Jerome, Canada's most record-setting track and field star.
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Brooks - The City of 100 Hellos

A rare glimpse into the lives of many of the new immigrants, refugees and temporary foreign workers that have moved to Brooks, Alberta, Canada.
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Neverbloomers: The Search for Grownuphood

On the cusp of turning 40, filmmaker Sharon Hyman feels like she should have certain external trappings of grownuphood, but she doesn't - she's a Neverbloomer.
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The Grey Lane

Follow Canadian Comic and driving enthusiast John Wing as he explores the challenge of driving and getting older.
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Transgender Kids

This shocking yet touching documentary offers a rare, intimate look into the world of children who believe they were born the wrong sex.
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Gordon Sheppard or the Art of Dying Well

An unflinching look at the last days of a man's life. Gordon Sheppard was a multi-faceted Montreal artist, writer, photographer and filmmaker who died in February 2006.
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At Night, They Dance

Get swept into the chaotic world of a family of voluptuous female belly dancers in working class Cairo as they struggle to practice an art in danger of extinction.
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Race and Intelligence

Rageh Omaar explodes myths about race and IQ and reveals what he thinks are important lessons for society.
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Addicted in Afghanistan

Jabar and Zahir are two 15 year old friends, whose own sisters, mothers and fathers are also addicted to heroin and opium.
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Giving Voice

Giving Voice is a documentary-focused apprenticeship program. It is designed as an exchange between critically acclaimed industry professionals and filmmakers striving to strengthen their creative voice.
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Into the Arctic II

For years, artist Cory Trépanier has explored some of the most wild places in Canada. Few have walked in these landscapes. Even fewer have captured them on canvas. Now he's going further, into remote lands that are more challenging and more dangerous.
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The O Canada Project

A group of five elite Canadian sailors make their way to New Zealand to learn to sail O Canada, a ship that had previously been badly damaged in in Vendee Globe solo ocean race around the world.
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With Glowing Hearts

An inspiring documentary about a group of citizen journalists reshaping their worlds through social media.
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Outrage

Outrage presents a narrative discussing the hypocrisy of individuals purported in the documentary to be closeted politicians who promote anti-gay legislation....
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The Nature of Inspiration

The Nature of Inspiration travels from coast to coast, documenting not only Canada's best artists, but some of its most breathtaking locations. Shot over a period of six years, the program is an unprecedented glimpse into the minds of the country's most important artists.
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Racing Around the World Alone

Thirty skippers embark on a quest to be the fastest to sail 27,000 miles around the world, non stop, without assistance and alone on 60 foot sailboats.
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Steep

Steep is a feature documentary about bold adventure, exquisite athleticism and the pursuit of a perfect moment on skis.
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Slumming It With Kevin McLeod

British journalist and presenter Kevin McCloud embarks on a journey of architectural, cultural and social discovery in some of India's most deprived neighbourhoods.
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Shrink Rap

Clinical psychologist Pamela Stephenson interviews celebrities in a series of frank, revelatory shows.
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7 Days of Remembrance and Hope

Every year more than 60 students from across Canada travel to Europe to learn the lessons of history.
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Miracles

Miracles is a series of epic tales of survival. Each episode features a remarkable and intriguing story of someone's fight against the elements, against time...
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Pirate For the Sea

A stunning and award-winning biographical film of Canadian Enviro-warrior, Greenpeace founder and Sea Shepherd captain Paul Watson. The film provides a comprehensive account of Watson's...
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Make Me White

Skin lightening is big business. The market for cosmetics to lighten darker skin is now reported to be worth millions of pounds.
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When We Were Boys

At an elite private boys' school, students make and lose friends, create a pecking order, and begin their individual paths to manhood.
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