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Top Documentary Films

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    • Heroin's Children
        The opioid epidemic has many victims, including the abusers, the friends and family members who love them, and the fabric of the communities in which they live.
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    • Big Data: The Shell Investigation
        Oceans of information are floating in the digital hemisphere.
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    • Bulkland
        Consumerism is thriving in America's dollar stores.
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    • Prisoner Number A26188: Henia Bryer
        A raw and deeply emotional testament to survival and perseverance in the face overwhelming atrocity, Prisoner Number A26188: Henia Bryer is a film that should be required viewing for this and future gen...
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    • The Divide
        Across the United States and the United Kingdom, economic policies that were set in place decades ago continue to harbor a growing wedge between the wealthy and the poor.
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    • Britain's Teenage Drug Runners
        The drug epidemic in Britain shows no signs of slowing.
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    • 500 Miles
        A soulful portrait of the connection between human and animal, 500 Miles profiles a unique rehabilitation program that promotes healing among United States veterans and wild, un-purposed horses.
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    • The Rise of Vertical Farming
        There are 7.4 billion people on the planet, and all of them need to be fed.
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    • The Real Thumbelina
        In most respects, Amelie is exactly like any other four-year-old girl.
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    • Post-Truth Times: We the media
        How can truth survive in a society that no longer values verifiable facts? Perhaps no organization has been more plagued by this dilemma than the mainstream news media.
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    • YouTube, YouTubers and You
        The online video platform YouTube has captured the attention of billions all over the world, accelerated a thirst for fame among new generations, and altered the way we consume, distribute and monetize ...
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    • Gods and Monsters
        In the fog of war, there's often a thin line between success and failure.
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    • The Silk Roads
        As we remain isolated in the bubble of our daily lives, and increasingly unengaged with the global society, a new world order is taking shape right under our noses.
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    • The Theft of Our Values
        Is religion an ideal barometer of Western values or merely an oppressor of them? The conclusions set forth in the documentary The Theft of Our Values definitely fall into the latter category.
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    • The Mystery Beneath
        The Baltic Sea is the final resting place for many wondrous artifacts from sunken battleships to sealed champagne bottles dating back over a hundred years.
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