"Documentary" Movies

The Last Days of George Michael (2017)

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The Last Days of George Michael (2017)

Shannon Matthews: What Happened Next (2017)

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The disappearance of schoolgirl Shannon Matthews first gripped then appalled Britain. This documentary examines her kidnapping and why people close to the case believe the police should reopen their investigation.

Legend of the Monkey God (2017)

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For 22 years, Steve Elkins has been searching for the legendary White City in Mosquitia, the largest untouched rainforest in Central America — 34,000 square miles of tangled jungle, jaguars and swarming insects. The film tells the amazing story of his decades-long search, his astonishing discovery, and how archaeologists are just now starting to unravel the mysteries of an ancient culture.

Super Scary Plane Landings (2017)

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Flying remains the safest way to travel, but a 10-year study by Boeing shows that more than half of fatal air crashes happen during approach and landing - eight times more deadly than take-off fatalities. This documentary visits the islands of the Caribbean, home to some of the worlds most difficult runways, including St Barts where the airport is on the side of a hill that gives way to the sea. It also includes interviews with passengers who were on board a flight forced to return to Heathrow after an engine burst into flames.

Beyond Clueless (2014)

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Beyond Clueless is a dizzying journey into the mind, body and soul of the teen movie, as seen through...

Kong: Skull Island Special (2017)

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Sky Cinema takes a special look at the action-packed creature feature starring Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L Jackson, John Goodman and Brie Larson.

Rise of the Sufferfests (2016)

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Maybe it was the cast of the Today Show crawling beneath barbed wire. Or that guy from your office who looks like Rambo on Facebook...

Bayou Maharajah (2016)

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Bayou Maharajah explores the life and music of New Orleans piano legend James Booker, the man Dr. John described as "the best black...

2 Pac - Assassination III: Battle For Compton (2017)

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The unsolved murders of Tupac Shakur and Christopher Biggie Smalls Wallace still stir the publics imagination after 20 years. Yet law enforcement has been at a standstill to produce results. The producers of American Federal and the first two Assassination films, finally unravel the tangled cases and expose not only who may have done it, but also why these cases have never seen justice. Battle For Compton is the story of The Machine, a group of high powered individuals with a very dark secret they killed to keep, and have spent the last 20 years hiding- hoping one day it will all go away- before they do. Filled with new federal and local government documents, as well as interviews with formerly involved Federal and Local Prosecutors and LAPD Detectives, as well as new witness interviews and unseen Shakur footage, Assassination III: Battle for Compton explains how the untimely deaths of Shakur and Wallace were ultimately part of the destruction left in the wake of The Machine and its participants. This is the story that over a dozen or more murders are related to, the story people at the top levels of the justice system do not want you to hear.

Notfilm (2015)

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A documentary inquiry into the strange but true collaboration of Samuel Beckett and Buster Keaton.

The Milky Way (2014)

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The Milky Way is a groundbreaking breastfeeding documentary that will change the face of American motherhood...

The Creeping Garden (2014)

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The Creeping Garden is a feature length documentary exploring the work of fringe scientists, mycologists and artists, and their relationship with the extraordinary plasmodial slime mould.

The Dark Matter of Love (2012)

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Documentary on the psychological aspects of growing up with and without parental love. It centers around the Diaz family, who chooses to adopt three orphans from Russia, and how their new and old kids handle family together.

Deep Purple: From Here to InFinite (2017)

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Documentary telling the story behind pioneering and influential British heavy metal band Deep Purple as they enter the studio to record their 2017 album Infinite.

Uncertain (2015)

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Uncertain is a visually stunning and disarmingly funny portrait of the literal and figurative troubled waters of Uncertain, Texas, a 94-resident town so tucked away "you've got to be lost to find it".

Women who run Hollywood (2017)

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Very few people know that Hollywood was largely dominated by women as filmmakers in the 1910s and 20s...

When Television Goes Horribly Wrong (2016)

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A collection of some of the most infamous moments in television history from around the world featuring technical difficulties, accidents, mishaps and on-screen meltdowns. Narrated by Sarah Greene with contributions from TV stars.

On Camera: Photographers at the BBC (2017)

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Drawing on the BBC's rich archive, this documentary reveals the working practices, lives and opinions of some of the greatest photographers of the last 60 years bringing into focus the key genres of photography.

Smile! The Nation's Family Album (2017)

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Family photos give an intimate portrait of Britain's post-war social history, with each generation having a different camera to tell their story. New technologies and evolving social attitudes inspired the nation to pick up a camera.

Team Thor: Part 2 (2017)

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Thor enjoys some time away from battle.

Life Inside Islamic State (2017)

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This short documentary depicts the activists diary of what life is like under Islamic State.

Machine of Human Dreams (2017)

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A.I. guru Ben Goertzel grew up in a hippie community during the Vietnam War. Inspired by science fiction, he imagined a perfect rational world that would transcend the violence of 1970s' America. Since then, Ben has dedicated his life to developing OpenCog, a software that models the human mind. If Ben's design works, OpenCog will become a human-like general intelligence. But for OpenCog to work, it needs a body.

To Be a Miss (2016)

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In a country famous for its success in international beauty pageants, three young women are fighting...

Pedalling Dreams: The Raleigh Story (2017)

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The remarkable story of Raleigh, the bicycle manufacturer who grew from humble beginnings in the backstreets of Nottingham to rapidly become the biggest bike maker in the world.