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Documentaries

Documentaries take us to a specific place and time. Always real life, real stories and important to share. We host titles from around the world that will lead you into the lives otherwise unknown people or events.

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  • Made in Boise

    In the idyllic city of Boise, nurses, nail technicians, and stay-at-home mothers are choosing to become paid surrogates for people from around the world. Made in Boise offers a rare glimpse into this mysterious world by intimately following the lives of four surrogates, as they build relationship...

  • BECOMING LESLIE

    BECOMING LESLIE chronicles life on the streets as seen through the eyes of a cross-dressing, homeless man named Leslie Cochran, one of the most beloved yet polarizing cult figures of Austin, Texas. Told with unapologetic humor, Leslie's bizarre meteoric rise to iconic status is starkly contrasted...

  • HAMILTON: One Shot To Broadway

    The remarkable story of how a group of inspired mavericks made an unlikely marriage of hip-hop and history the biggest musical show in America...and are getting ready to conquer the world.

    Go behind the scenes of this sensational event!

  • BANSKY

    Banksy, the world's most infamous street artist, whose political art, criminal stunts, and daring invasions outraged the establishment and created a revolutionary new movement while his identity remained shrouded in mystery.

  • Bowie: The Man Who Changed The World

    Bowie is a legend - no doubt there. The story of his life is great, but could have been told better in this doc. Some interesting interviews, but disappointingly lacks in any actual Bowie music and uses repeated shots throughout. As a fan, was disappointed.

  • Sunset Strip

    Experience the Sunset Strip from its origins in the 1920s Prohibition, to Madame Francis’ notorious brothel in the 1930s, to the Strip’s world-class 1940s nightclub scene, to the mafia wars of the 1950s, the Teen Riots in the 1960s, to Punk in the 1970s, to the Hair bands in the 1980s, Hip Hop an...

  • Saving Brinton

    When an eccentric small-town collector discovers the showreels of the man who brought moving pictures to the Heartland, he begins a journey to restore the legacy of America’s greatest barnstorming movieman and save these irreplaceable cinematic treasures from turning to dust.

  • The Most Dangerous Year

    In 2016 a small group of families with transgender kids joined the fight against a wave of discriminatory anti-transgender legislation that swept the nation and their home state. With the help of a coalition of civil rights activists and ally lawmakers, these families embarked on an uncharted jou...

  • 27: Gone Too Soon

    Brian Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison all died at the age of 27 between 1969 and 1971. At the time, the coincidence gave rise to some comment, but it was not until the death of Kurt Cobain, about two and a half decades later, that the idea of a "27 Club" began to catch on in pu...

  • Finding Happiness

    Finding Happiness is a film that captures a joyful reality. With a unique story directly from the heart and soul of each person who has lived it. Told through the eyes of a New York investigative journalist, Finding Happiness takes us on a journey to see how people can live in harmony, collaborat...

  • Last-Laugh

    World famous comedians including Mel Brooks, Sarah Silverman, and Gilbert Gottfried pitch in with their own views on the boundaries of comedy.

  • Pot Luck

    Pot Luck documents the belief hat medicinal cannabis truly helps patience with varying medical conditions. It documents the physicians, attorneys and politicians as they speak their positions on the possibilities that medicinal cannabis is far safer than opioids or other drugs used as a means of...

  • BACK ON BOARD: GREG LOUGANIS

    Filmmaker Cheryl Furjanic chronicles the complex life of Olympic champion Greg Louganis as he re-emerges to return to the diving world and act as a mentor to up-and-coming athletes.