Both 'Ask Dr. Ruth' and 'The Amazing Johnathan Documentary' begin the same way. Even if accidental, the semi-trend has significance.
Danish director Mads Brügger’s exhaustive investigation into one man’s mysterious death unearths a far-flung conspiracy that might just re-write history as we know it.
The latest film by Roberto Minervini ('Stop the Pounding Heart') is a beautiful but unfocused work of ethnography.
Nanfu Wang and Jialing Zhang offer a harrowing, personal look into China's one-child policy.
Rodney Evans' documentary is an intimate and illuminating examination of artistry, blindness, and disability.
Amazon is winning the streaming wars when it comes to quantity of quality documentaries available.
This long-awaited 'Star Trek' documentary from the showrunner of 'Deep Space Nine' doesn't pull its punches.
This month's new additions include a wild story involving baseball doping and the first release presented by Barack and Michelle Obama.
Thrillingly assembled archival footage reveals the best and worst of iconic journalist Mike Wallace.
Waad al-Kateab shares her family's experiences holding out in Aleppo in this harrowing documentary.
We look back at Errol Morris' first three films as the documentary auteur’s foundation.
This Netflix documentary from the directors of 'The Square' shows how government elections are being won using big data and tailored propaganda.