An overview of all 702 Netflix documentaries.
Experience the hopes, dreams and challenges of three Ugandan children who travel around the world with the African Children's Choir.
This eye-opening look at the fast-growing medical device industry reveals how the rush to innovate can lead to devastating consequences for patients.
Six young women, who each live near one of Earth's major rivers, share how the Waterschool environmental education program has impacted their lives.
This intimate documentary explores the history of Highlights magazine, from its humble roots to the planning surrounding its 70th anniversary edition.
In Rome, "Exorcist" director William Friedkin follows a 91-year-old priest who performs a real demonic exorcism on a woman from a small Italian town.
Witness the treacherous obstacles that adventurers have encountered on a trans-Atlantic balloon flight, a solo mission to the North Pole and more.
This documentary looks back on Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu's ban of Western media and how an influx of bootlegged films changed the country.
For two decades, a comptroller in a small Illinois town financed her successful horse-breeding business by stealing $53 million in public funds.
This short film chronicles the largest rape trial in Congo's history, in which soldiers stood accused of a brutal rampage against their own citizens.
Pressured by his traditional family to marry, a filmmaker explores the idea of monogamy and the possibility of lifelong union without sexual fidelity.
Spanish photographer José Díaz spends 100 days living alone on a remote mountain, connecting to nature and documenting the beauty of his surroundings.
This documentary looks back on the life of legendary flamenco singer Camarón, who went from humble roots to rock star status to a tragic early death.
Known simply as "Lucha," field hockey player Luciana Aymar shares her tumultuous and triumphant journey to become the best in the world.
While looking into the "sport" of competitive tickling, reporter David Farrier uncovers a dark empire that ensnares and exploits vulnerable young men.
Photographer Chris Hondros put his life on the line to cover world conflicts. His best friend explores the stories behind his most impactful images.
This documentary pays tribute to Yuen Tai-yung, the artist behind the iconic, hand-painted posters created during the golden age of Hong Kong cinema.
In Billund, Denmark, a nearly 130,000-square-foot house inspired by the iconic Lego bricks is constructed, capturing the awe of kids of all ages.
Entrepreneurs worldwide explore alternatives to current capitalist structures, advocating for profitable businesses that also tackle social inequality.
This NOVA program investigates deadly train accidents and explores how technological advances can help make travel by rail safer and more efficient.
From lithium-ion to flow batteries, host David Pogue delves into innovations in energy storage that could help power a greener future.