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Black Barbie

More than just a doll. Black Barbie celebrates the momentous impact three Black women at Mattel had on the evolution of the Barbie brand as we know it. Through these charismatic insiders’ stories, the documentary tells the story of how the first Black Barbie came to be in 1980, examining the importance of representation and how dolls can be crucial to the formation of identity and imagination.

RENAISSANCE: A Film by ...

Accentuates the journey of RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR, from its inception to the opening show in Stockholm, Sweden, to the finale in Kansas City, Missouri.

Skywalkers: A Love Story

To save their career and relationship, a daredevil couple journey across the globe to climb the world’s last super skyscraper and perform a bold acrobatic stunt on the spire.

FEDERER: Twelve Final Days

Chronicles the final 12 days of Roger Federer’s epic professional tennis career.

The Conqueror: Hollywoo...

Hollywood's infamous flop, "The Conqueror," stars John Wayne as Genghis Khan, embodying a slew of racist and sexist problems. Its enduring notoriety stems from the tragic fact that nearly half its cast and crew developed cancer, revealing a tale of government deception and negligent production choices, highlighting the devastating impact of nuclear fallout.

The Commandant's Shadow

The Commandant’s Shadow follows Hans Jürgen Höss, the 87-year-old son of Rudolf Höss, as he faces his father's terrible legacy for the first time. His father was the Camp Commandant of Auschwitz and the masterminded the murder of over a million Jews; the life of Höss and his family was recently fictionalized in the Academy Award-winning The Zone of Interest. Now, The Commandant's Shadow tells the story of the real people who lived on site at Höss's death camp. While Hans enjoyed a happy childhood in the family villa at Auschwitz, Jewish prisoner Anita Lasker-Wallfisch was trying to survive in the notorious concentration camp. At the heart of this film is the historic & inspiring moment – 8 decades later – when the two come face-to-face. This is the first time the descendant of a major war criminal meets a survivor in such a private and intimate setting, Anita's London living room. Together with their children, Kai Höss and Maya Lasker-Wallfisch, each of the four protagonists explore their very different hereditary burdens.

The Speedway Murders

In the gritty small-town landscape of 1978 Speedway, Indiana, The Speedway Murders unravels a mystery surrounding four teenagers toiling away on the graveyard shift at their local Burger Chef. When police respond to a midnight call there, they discover the restaurant eerily deserted – lights aglow, back door ajar, and the young workers vanished without a trace. The enigma deepens when, the following day, the bodies of the teenagers are discovered in the depths of the nearby woods. Employing reenactments to explore four divergent theories, the film leads the audience through the intricacies of that grisly night, challenging assumptions, casting doubt on the innocence of various characters and weaving an intricate web of intrigue.


In the 1980s, everybody wanted to be in the Brat Pack. Except them. Director Andrew McCarthy reunites with Demi Moore, Rob Lowe, Emilio Estevez, Ally Sheedy, and more for the original documentary.

I Am: Celine Dion

This intimate exploration takes viewers on a journey inside Celine's past and present as she reveals her battle with Stiff Person Syndrome (SPS) and the lengths she has gone to continue performing for her beloved and loyal fans. From visiting her couture touring wardrobe and personal effects to spending time in the recording studio, the documentary captures a global megastar's never-before-seen private life.

Majority Rules

With America's democratic experiment mired in division and dysfunction, the state of Alaska votes to revolutionize their election system. The surprising results spark new alliances, a growing call for election reform, and fierce pushback from political parties. Could changing how Americans vote also change politics for the better?

The Mandela Effect Phen...

Something mind-blowing is happening, where half the people swear reality's been altered, like they're from another timeline. Millions claim movies are different, and TV show titles, celebrities' names, logos and brands, other cultural touchstones and even the Bible are not what they once were. Is a supernatural force "Editing" history?


July 9, 2024 VOD / Digital

The Grab

Quietly and seemingly out of sight, governments, financial investors, and private security forces are dividing up the world’s last remaining food and water resources. Communities are forced to stand by as their aquifers are sucked dry, and land they have owned for generations is grabbed from under their feet. As the scale of the run-on natural resources is uncovered by a team of investigative reporters, issues bubble to the surface in real time. Russia’s attack on Ukraine uses food access as a geopolitical tool, and global food prices hit an all-time high.


June 14, 2024 VOD / Digital

How To Break A World Re...

A rock band with a propensity to create their own adventures attempts to bring a mandolin Guinness World Record from India to their hometown in Greenville, South Carolina. Along the way, they discover it's far more challenging than they had ever imagined, and there's suddenly a lot riding on their ability to succeed. The film's main character, Stephen Oliver, ended up breaking the record by playing mandolin continuously for over 27 hours.


June 25, 2024 VOD / Digital

Little Empty Boxes

Film follows the life of Max Lugavere's mother, Kathy, as she battles memory problems and succumbs to dementia.

Copa 71

Told by the pioneering women who participated, this is the extraordinary story of the 1971 Women’s Soccer World Cup, a tournament witnessed by record crowds that has been written out of sporting history — until now.

Apollo 13: Survival

Just nine months after Neil Armstrong landed on the moon, NASA faced its greatest crisis — three astronauts stranded halfway to the moon on a spacecraft that had suffered a catastrophic explosion.

She Rises Up

She Rises Up chronicles the remarkable journeys of three women working to lift their communities out of poverty through the local businesses they fight the odds to maintain. Gladys Yupanqui of Peru founded a mini-market and is looking to expand. Magatte Wade of Senegal is building a cosmetics company. Selyna Peiris of Sri Lanka is expanding the textile company founded by her mother. Gladys, Magatte & Selyna's stories are each unique unto themselves. Yet a common theme illustrates the critical importance of local businesses to emerging economies. These three women must prevail over issues that are not faced by the multinational corporations that come in. Opening a business in many countries is easier for a large foreign corporation than for local entrepreneurs. She Rises Up reveals the role entrepreneurs and small businesses can play in women gaining financial independence, and ultimately in reducing poverty for all.

Beyond The Tree Line

The incredible journey of Harvey, the youngest person ever, at four years old, to hike the entire Appalachian Trail. Traveling with his parents, they must overcome the challenges of the elements while embarking on the family adventure of a lifetime.


May 14, 2024 VOD / Digital

Gloria Gaynor: I Will S...

Gloria Gaynor: I Will Survive is the story of a Disco legend who, for five decades, has inspired millions with her words I WILL SURVIVE, but only understood the lyrics when she hit rock bottom at age 65 – the film is about reinvention, the power of faith and a magnificent second act.