James Cameron wrote, directed and appears in this documentary about the infamous Nazi battleship that sank in 1941. Using underwater technology, Cameron observes the Bismarck in its watery grave and examines evidence of exactly what sank the huge ship. Included: first-person interviews; comments from historians; and archival materials.
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2003 - Emmy - Outstanding Directing for Nonfiction Programming- nominated
Documentary filmmaker Charlie Lightening takes a deep dive into the career of British pop musician Louis Tomlinson, who received his big break as a teenager upon his audition for the British talent competition The X Factor. After joining the Simon Cowell-helmed boy band One Direction, Tomlinson rose to international fame for the band's upbeat tunes. Yet clashing personalities soon plunged the band into disarray. Tomlinson, amidst several personal struggles, found his own way as a solo artist.
Experience the ultimate in cinematic shock and horror as Dr. Francis Gross (Michael Carr) leads viewers on a guided exploration of that fateful moment when the spark of life is brutally snuffed out. Everybody dies -- it's the fate we all face from the moment we're born. There's simply no escape from the encroaching darkness, and in this film we're offered a firsthand glimpse at the many ways that life can end. From airplane crashes to railway disasters, some of us meet a spectacular end while others fall prey to hungry wildlife predators, an assassin's bullet, or - as in the case of some condemned prisoners - get strapped into the electric chair and blasted into the afterlife with over 2000 volts of pure electricity. With Dr. Gross as our guide, we bear witness to death in its many forms -- even visiting a debauched death cult that mixes the ecstasy of sex with the sweet release of that final moment. Horrific glimpses of animal slaughter reveal the cruelty man can unleash upon creatures lower on the food-chain, and authentic autopsy footage indulges our morbid curiosities about our final stop on the way to the grave.
A documentary following the life of activist and artist Nan Goldin. Rising to prominence through her photography, Nan directs her focus to the Sackler family, who made most of their money through the pharmaceutical industry. By taking a stand and encouraging high-profile museums and hospitals to refuse donations from the Sackler family, Goldin puts her art career at risk. Directed by Laura Poitras.
Written and directed by investigative journalist Dinesh D'Souza, the documentary examines systematic voter fraud taking place during the 2020 presidential election in the United States. Researchers use geotracking and video evidence to demonstrate how the voting process was manipulated by the Democratic Party to alter the election's final outcome.
This documentary follows Robert Caro, the Pulitzer Prize winner, and his editor Robert Gottlieb. The duo has worked together for over 50 years and has embarked on the final project they will ever do together. Caro, 86, and Gottlieb, 91, team up one last time to finish "The Years of Lyndon Johnson." Directed by Lizzie Gottlieb. Bill Clinton and Conan O'Brien also make an appearance in this film featuring literary legends.
Writer-director Jarrod Anderson's docudrama stars John Rhys-Davies, Moe Dunford, and Seán T. Ó Meallaigh. By using historical reenactments, expert interviews, and excerpts from St. Patrick's writings, it narrates how a Romano-British Christian missionary from Wales became the primary patron saint of Ireland in the 5th century – after the fall of the Roman Empire. He challenges slavers, Irish kings, druids, and even fellow Catholics to proselytize thousands of Irish men and women.