Chairman Mao, the Gang of Four, and the Cultural Revolution (1986) - How children and teenagers were manipulated by the Chinese Communist Party into committing Torture and Mass Murder
/r/DocumentariesThe History of Glitches in Donkey Kong (2019) - A history essay about the malfunctions in the very first Donkey Kong game
/r/DocumentariesLondon Gangs (2008) "Who Is To Blame For London's Increasingly Violent Gangs? A look at the increasingly young people involved in gang crime across London, and the reasons behind that development. "
/r/DocumentariesGrupo de extermínio (2020) - Looks into Brazil's trouble with extermination groups who murder entertainers, they are funded by government officials who target entertainers which expose their corruption.
/r/DocumentariesFavela Wars: Life In Brazil's Urban Killzone (2003) The violence spilling out of Brazil's slums or 'favelas' has made the country's two major cities more dangerous than most war zones.
/r/DocumentariesChina's Cultural Revolution, 50 years on (2016) - A former member of the Red Guard regrets reporting his own mother for execution
/r/DocumentariesPBS FRONTLINE report going undercover in north west china (2020)
/r/DocumentariesThe Secrets Of Making Money On Social Media Through Multi-Level Marketing (2019) - BBC goes undercover to investigate 'multi-level marketing', an online selling scheme that promises people the chance to earn big money as 'influencers' by selling products, often through social media
/r/DocumentariesCanyon Cannibals | Timeline (2017)
/r/DocumentariesSalinas valley state prison (2015) inside look at a modern race war inside a California prison
/r/DocumentariesFyodor Dostoyevsky's Breakthrough Work (2020)
/r/DocumentariesMulti-Level Millionaires - What BBC missed (2019) - Multi Level Marketing deploys their defense against the scathing exposé by BBC - and also does a subtle word play on MLM
/r/DocumentariesMr. Driftwood (2013) - My experience caring for a man with mid>late stage Alzheimer's Disease in New York from 2007-2012.
/r/DocumentariesCitizenfour (2014) - Uncovers the secret and illegal practices of the U.S. National Security Agency’s mass surveillance programme using classified documents revealed by NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden.
/r/DocumentariesKing In The Wilderness (2018) - The final chapters of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life.
/r/DocumentariesOJ Simpson Car Chase - Live Helicopter News Footage - "OJ appears to be holding a gun to his head" (1994) [54min]
/r/DocumentariesDon't Get High On Your Own Supply (1998)"Photojournalist Lanre Fehintola decides to experiment with heroin while working on a book about drug addicts. What starts out as an attempt to understand the plight of his subjects ends up totally consuming and threatening his life."
/r/DocumentariesThe Lost Children of Rockdale County (1999) PBS Frontline documentary explores how a 1996 syphilis outbreak in a well-off Atlanta suburb affected over 200 teenagers and revealed their lives unknown to parents: group sex, binge drinking, drugs and violence. Some were as young as 12 and 13 years old.
/r/DocumentariesEvolution Of Evil: Mao Zedong (2018) - Chairman Mao Zedong – a sadistic Communist autocrat addicted to brutality.
/r/DocumentariesPBS The Gene Part 1: Dawn of the Modern Age of Genetics (2020) [1hr54m]
/r/DocumentariesA single honeybee's life, through her own eyes | The Nature of Things (2020) [CC]
/r/DocumentariesNine Commentaries (2011) - The Chinese Communist Party’s History of Genocide
/r/DocumentariesGrassroots (2019): Colorado Rancher Tom Lasater explains how nature does 99% of the thinking and all of the work with rain, sunshine and rotational grazing with grass-fed cattle.
/r/DocumentariesWith all my heart (2020) “This documentary explores my five year journey, struggling through depression and anxiety trying to survive whilst making an influence on fashion from my bedroom.. in the most rural place in fashion, Donegal, Ireland !”
/r/DocumentariesThe Man Who Drew Bug-Eyed Monsters (1994) - Celebrates the work of Reynold Brown, one of the most acclaimed movie poster artists of the Fifties and early Sixties, whose work colorfully encapsulated the nation's postwar social climate.
/r/DocumentariesEcho In The Canyon (2019) Official Trailer | Trailblazers
/r/DocumentariesAlexander the Not So Great (2018): The flaws and reality behind one of histories greatest figures.[18:41] Part 1 of 3
/r/DocumentariesF for Fake (1973)"Orson Welles' final film documents the lives of infamous fakers Elmyr de Hory and Clifford Irving. De Hory, who later committed suicide to avoid more prison time, made his name by selling forged works of art by painters like Picasso and Matisse."
/r/DocumentariesThe Somerton man mystery (2019). The case of Somerton man also known as Tamam shud remains one of the most unsettling and disturbing case of murder and cover up in the world (mini-doc)
/r/DocumentariesDeadliest Journeys - Papua New Guinea (2011) - "Mountain Road with criminals"