The British documentary, "Flint: Who Can You Trust?", was set to release in select cities this Friday.
HBO Max is home to a diverse range of critically acclaimed documentary movies.
"Rebel Hearts" is on discovery+ but the creators feel "a mini-series" would help tell the full story about this group of rebellious nuns from the 1960s.
Netflix has countless pop concerts and captivating documentaries to keep you entertained until live music returns.
An undercover documentary film by BBC Africa Eye has exposed a 'sex for grades' university scandal in West Africa.
The International Documentary Awards announced this year's honorees, which include Freida Lee Mock and Rachel Lears.
The documentary will explore the cultural impact of the long-running show, which during its 1989-2001 run, became the most watched show in the world.
It's the 50th anniversary of "The Left Hand of Darkness," explored in the new documentary "Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin."
Flat Earth believers debunk themselves in the shocking light experiment ending to "Behind the Curve," a 2018 documentary now streaming on Netflix.
Joe Berlinger, who directed three documentaries about the West Memphis Three, talks Truman Capote, true crime and his new work for Sundance TV.
Bryan Fogel's new film, "Icarus," premieres on Netflix on August 4.
Nick Berardini's documentary about Taser International gives an inside look at the dangers of the electronic control weapon.
Nevermind the bollocks: Here's the real Kurt Cobain documentary.
Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Fred Astaire and other great actors from Hollywood's Golden Age share their thoughts in Joan Kramer and David Heeley's documentaries.
Even after his death, Albert Maysles, the so-called Dean of Documentary, will be moving audiences.
"The Wrecking Crew," a documentary about the studio musicians who played for Elvis, Sinatra, the Byrds and other bands, shines the spotlight on the price (and benefits) of obscurity.
The Yoda-like piano teacher offers life lessons in Ethan Hawke's first documentary, "Seymour: An Introduction."
India's government objects to the broadcast of statements by a convicted rapist who said victims should "be silent and allow the rape."