How Britain transformed from an imperial power to a financial power.
Posing as a wealthy, jet-setting diamond mogul, he wooed women online, then conned them out of millions of dollars. Now some victims plan for payback.
Yanis Varoufakis discusses his film, critiques capitalism, and addresses the Gaza crisis, urging for systemic change and collective action.
In this twisting documentary, a mechanic tries online dating for the first time and meets a woman who takes romantic obsession to a deadly extreme.
Scott Pelley’s interview with “the oracle of AI,” Kai-Fu Lee. Pelley’s report on Google’s AI efforts. Lesley Stahl’s story on chatbots like ChatGPT and a world of unknowns.
If Wim Wender’s Perfect Days struck a chord with you, then Tokyo-Ga (1985) is a must-watch, promising to be a delightful experience
“11 Of The Most Faked Foods In The World” is a documentary that explores the fraudulent food industry, which is estimated to be worth $40 billion per year.
“Big Pharma – How much power do drug companies have?” is a documentary produced by DW Documentary and directed by Valentin Thurn. The film explores the pharmaceutical industry’s influence on health policy and the impact of its practices on public health systems.
An in-depth look at the prison system in the United States and how it reveals the nation’s history of racial inequality.
This documentary outlines the ways in which British policies during the First World War have contributed to the instability of the Middle East region today. Through never/before/seen documents and photos, we look at the secret agenda of the British government in WWI and its unfortunate aftermath.
Life is about choice. What we eat, what we read, who we elect; every day we make choices that determine how we want to live. But what if these choices are just an illusion?
When Bryan sets out to uncover the truth about doping in sports, a chance meeting with a Russian scientist transforms his story from a personal experiment into a geopolitical thriller.
An in-depth, sobering look at the tragic events of a century ago. Focusing on a specific period, from the birth of Black Wall Street to its catastrophic downfall over the course of two bloody days, and finally the fallout and reconstruction.
One of the greatest films ever made, “The Sorrow and The Pity” is a contribution to history, to social psychology, to anthropology, and to art. If there’s any justice in the world, Marcel Ophüls’ monumental labor will be studied and debated for years.
Journalist Jenny Eliscu and filmmaker Erin Lee Carr investigate Britney Spears’ fight for freedom by way of exclusive interviews and confidential evidence.
J.P. Morgan: How One Man Financed America is a fast-paced and informative portrait of America’s most prolific banker — a man so powerful that when he died, the NYSE paused all trading for half a day out of respect.
Tech tycoon John McAfee made millions from his antivirus software. Now, he may be best known his bizarre and scandalous lifestyle.
Citizenfour is a real life thriller, unfolding by the minute, giving unprecedented access to Edward Snowden as he hands over classified documents providing evidence of mass indiscriminate and illegal invasions of privacy by the NSA.
After the last financial crisis, everyone agreed that the system needed to change. But since then, our sense of distrust in the markets has grown. Now, with fears of another bust looming, what can be done to restore trust in the bankers?
Chocolate reduces stress. Fish stimulates the brain. Is there any truth to such popular beliefs? The findings of researchers around the world say yes: It appears we really are what we eat.
Passionate about ocean life, a filmmaker sets out to document the harm that humans do to marine species – and uncovers alarming global corruption.