2014 / 4.1 / 79
The colorful true story of the Portland Mavericks, a scrappy, independent baseball team of underdogs started by actor Bing Russell in the 1970s. Once upon a time in Portland, a ragtag team of misfits and rejects scored a home run for the little guy.
1942 / 18
Director John Ford captures combat footage of the Battle of Midway, an air and sea campaign that was a turning point in the war in the Pacific.
2012 / 111
This documentary explores the history of Memphis rock band Big Star, which experienced commercial failure but influenced major artists such as REM.
2011 / 3.9 stars / 89
Filmmaker Liz Garbus reveals the dark side of one of the most enigmatic of 20th century personalities: world champion chess prodigy Bobby Fischer. His talent was legendary, his technique was influential, and his behavior was notorious. With genius comes trouble.
2014 / 4.1 / 152
In the 1970s, Miami became the hub of international drug-smuggling operations that adopted advanced technology to increase their profits. Their product -- and cruelty -- put a city on the map. Forget what you know, because you don't know the half of it.
2017 / 42
This true crime documentary series investigates cases where people convicted of murder claim their confessions were coerced, involuntary or false. Some believe only a guilty person would confess. This disturbing collection of true-life cases challenges that notion.
1993 / 87
This fascinating documentary reveals the humble beginnings of martial arts superstar Bruce Lee, and how he became the first martial arts superstar. He may have had the most dangerous fists in the world, but his wisdom and generosity made him a legend.
2016 / 79
This film documents the story of minister Waitstill Sharp and his wife, Martha, who risked everything to save thousands of refugees fleeing the Nazis.
2013 / 82
A 2014 Oscar nominee for Best Documentary Feature, this film explores America's controversial covert operations around the globe. An investigative journalist exposes the casualties of war -- the ones the government doesn't want us to see.
2014 / 93
Trace the overlapping journeys of exceptional women swept up in World War I and hear their tales of bravery on history's front lines. In war-torn Europe, they formed an army of wives and mothers. But their greatest battles lay beyond the trenches.
2012 / 83
Filmmaker Dylan Mohan Gray delves into Africa's AIDS crisis to put a human face on those caught in the battle over inexpensive, generic HIV drugs.
2017 / 59
Five acclaimed contemporary directors tell the story of five legendary Hollywood filmmakers who enlisted in the armed forces to document World War II. Capra. Ford. Huston. Stevens. Wyler. Armed with cameras, five directors risked their lives to boost morale through film.
2011 / 3.3 / 98
When Arnon Goldfinger's grandmother died at 98, he was charged with cleaning out her Tel Aviv apartment, where he made a shocking discovery. She survived the Holocaust but died with a terrible secret. Uncovering the truth will change her family forever.
2012 / 3.5 / 87
Personal letters, family, friends and fellow soldiers pay homage to Yonatan Netanyahu, fallen leader of the 1976 rescue at Uganda's Entebbe Airport.
2006 / 118
Explore the World War I Gallipoli battle through dramatic reenactments, 3D animation and interviews with noted experts in this meticulous docudrama.
2013 / 3.9 stars / 86
This documentary profiles Freda Kelly, who was a shy Liverpudlian teen when she was asked to work for a local band looking for fame: The Beatles. She was on the ground floor with the band that changed pop music. They couldn't have done it without her.
2013 / 3.9 / 86
From Joe Berlinger, director of the "Paradise Lost" trilogy, comes this documentary about controversial former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson.
2005 / 89
Blending archival film, dramatizations and special effects, this documentary recounts the world's first nuclear attack and examines the repercussions. Survivors of the world's first nuclear attack and participants in it tell their stories. The truth is still shocking.
1977 / 150
This documentary examines how Adolf Hitler's talent for manipulation, psychology and image-making led him from humble origins to near-world conquest.
2008 / 46
Via reenactments and first-person accounts, this documentary series details the many assassination plots that were launched against Hitler's life.
2016 / 53
Using 3-D printing and the aesthetics of sculpture and painting, artist Gary Staab creates an exact replica of Ötzi, a 5,000-year-old mummified human.
2015 / 52
This documentary explores a bold World War II operation in which an MI5 agent infiltrated a fascist network to intercept stolen documents.
2007 / 124
Joe Strummer, the late lead singer of legendary rock band the Clash, narrates this documentary of his own life through collected interviews and tapes. First he rocked the casbah, then he rocked the world. A punk demigod's story speaks for itself.
2011 / 94
Ken Burns's documentary traces the passage of the 18th Amendment, the social and legal effects of prohibiting alcohol, and the repeal of Prohibition. A look back to when the call for temperance was answered by social upheaval ... and plenty of bathtub gin.