Modern slavery of disabled people in South Korea | Unreported World (2018) [23:07]
/r/DocumentariesChina's Uighur Internment Camps (2019) Inside Xinjiang’s state-run Muslim camps [7:42]
/r/DocumentariesWhat went wrong in the South Korea ferry disaster? (2019)
/r/DocumentariesOwned, a Tale of Two Americas (2019) - "a fever dream vision into the dark history behind the US housing economy." [01:13][Trailer]
/r/DocumentariesInside China's "Thought Transformation" Camps (2019)
/r/DocumentariesHow The Birth Of Japanese Audio Technology Changed The World (2019)
/r/DocumentariesThe Most Dangerous ways to school - Mexico (2015) - Follows the journey on foot that four students make every Monday to boarding school. (48:00)
/r/DocumentariesThe Anthrax Files (2011) [720p] - In the fall of 2001 envelopes carrying deadly anthrax were delivered to U.S. Senate offices, network news divisions and a tabloid newspaper. Now, new questions are being raised about the most expensive and complex investigation ever undertaken by the FBI.
/r/DocumentariesArt and the Life Aquatic: Charles Lim (2017)- Born in 1972, Lim, an artist and former Olympic sailor, has a special affinity with the sea. From film, installation, and photos, his works explore the biophysical, aspirational and cerebral contours of the island Singapore, through the lense of the sea.
/r/DocumentariesThe Most Dangerous Ways to School - Mexico (2015) - documents four children making the four-hour trip on foot to their boarding school as they do every Monday. (48:00)
/r/DocumentariesApollo's Space Mission (2019) - "The lunar landing site was the Taurus-Littrow highlands and valley area. This site was picked for Apollo 17 as a location where rocks both older and younger than those previously returned from other Apollo missions, as well as from Luna 16 and 20 missions"
/r/DocumentariesSecrets Beneath the Ice (2015) - "Even a 10 percent loss of Antarctica's ice would cause catastrophic flooding of coastal cities unlike any seen before in human history. What are the chances of a widespread melt?"
/r/DocumentariesAnother Paradise (2019) - "Fifty years ago the entire population of the Chagos Islands was expelled by the British authorities, as part of a deal with the US military. Now Chagossian exiles embark on a struggle to return home."
/r/DocumentariesThe Man Who Stopped the Desert (2014) Sahel
/r/DocumentariesChernobyl disaster after 4 years (1990) - Personal archive of liquidators
/r/DocumentariesThe White Lions (2018) - "The white lion is a rare species from the Timbavati region of South Africa. It is seen by African elders as “the most sacred animal on the African continent,” according to the African Conservation Foundation."
/r/DocumentariesValley Fever: The Mysterious Illness Affecting Farm Workers (2019)
/r/DocumentariesDonkey Sex(2012): The Most Bizarre Tradition
/r/DocumentariesWhy Jaguar And Land Rover Face Uncertain Futures(2019)
/r/DocumentariesHow Air Traffic Control Works (2019)
/r/DocumentariesThai Cave Rescue (2019) - "It was the story that gripped the world: 12 boys from a Thai soccer team and their coach were trapped in a flooded cave so deep underground rescue was almost impossible."
/r/DocumentariesKNOCK DOWN THE HOUSE Official Trailer (2019) Netflix Documentary Following the stories of four inspiring women who took on history in the 2018 midterm election including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
/r/DocumentariesMother (2019) - A tender documentary about a Thai mother caring for Westerners afflicted by Alzheimer's.
/r/Documentaries1971 (2015) [720p] - Before Watergate, WikiLeaks, and Edward Snowden, there was the Citizens' Commission to Investigate the FBI. On March 8, 1971, a band of suburban parents, university professors, and community leaders broke into a small FBI field office in Media, Pennsylvania...
/r/DocumentariesRickover: The Birth of Nuclear Power (2014) [720p] - Combative, provocative, and searingly blunt, Admiral Hyman G. Rickover was a flamboyant maverick and a unique American hero. When few thought it possible, then-Captain Rickover harnessed the power of the atom to drive the first nuclear-powered...
/r/DocumentariesThe Nepalese Honey That Makes People Hallucinate (2016) - Nepal’s Gurung people descend towering cliffs on handmade ladders to harvest honey that contains a rare substance called grayanotoxin from rhododendron flowers that’s known for its intoxicating effects.
/r/DocumentariesNazis: The Occult Conspiracy (1998) "Occult beliefs and practices which formed Nazi doctrine"
/r/DocumentariesThe Fall of Rome (2019)
/r/Documentaries(2018) Worst cheater in boxing history
/r/DocumentariesLife on the Rubbish Dump (2016)