In June 2018, women in Saudi Arabia were allowed to drive legally for the first time. This documentary follows Saudi women as they embrace a new way of life and the freedom that comes from being behind the wheel.
This film explores the past and present of the iconic Statue of Liberty. It follows Diane von Furstenberg in her quest to discover how sculptor Auguste Bartholdi’s dream became a reality and what the statue means to people around the world.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Buzz Bissinger reveals himself during a tumultuous year in his personal life as he collaborates with Caitlyn Jenner on her biography and exposes his own buried desires in ways that test his marriage and family.
This documentary illuminates the ongoing crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border by following the story of two mothers who have been separated from their children after fleeing danger in their homelands to seek safe refuge in the United States.
The life of Jesús Gil is one of the most surprising and extraordinary stories of the last few decades in Europe. A unique character, he broke the mould in the world of politics, football and real estate in Spain.
For more than three decades, Alabama public interest attorney Bryan Stevenson has advocated on behalf of the poor, the incarcerated and the condemned, seeking to eradicate racial discrimination in the criminal justice system.
The tragic events of September 11, 2001 are revisited to help a younger generation learn about this historical attack. The documentary features personal stories from survivors and family members, along with archival news footage and photos.
This insightful documentary tells the story of 9/11 through the eyes of eight individuals who witnessed the attacks as teenagers attending Stuyvesant, a New York high school four blocks away from the World Trade Center.
In 2018, for the first time, more Americans chose cremation than traditional funerals and burials. This film explores the changing attitudes, rituals and mechanics of death, including the ways it is recognized, and how the end of life is approached. Subjects include the choice to use medical assistance, unique celebrations of life and ways to honor loved ones as they die.
This special features conversations between Jerrod Carmichael and the men in his life.
A timely documentary that explores troubling questions of how we communicate in the digital age by diving into the ethical morass of the case of Michelle Carter, who was charged with coercing her boyfriend into suicide via text.
An eye-opening documentary that focuses on many never-before-seen solutions designed to slow down our escalating environmental crisis.
This behind-the-scenes documentary follows Democratic Congressman Beto O’Rourke’s rise from virtual unknown to national political sensation through his bold attempt to unseat Ted Cruz and represent Texas in the U.S. Senate.
HBO presents a 4th of July special starring our country’s founding documents – The Declaration of Independence, The United States Constitution and The Bill of Rights – as read by celebrities, lawmakers and children, and directed by acclaimed filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi.
America’s service men and women selflessly risk their lives for ours, yet for decades, many gay and lesbian soldiers have not been allowed to live openly.
On September 20, 2011, that will finally change.
For over 60 years, she held a front-row seat at White House Press conferences. She often asked the first question, and concluded the session with, “Thank you, Mr. President.” “The First Lady of the Press” journalist Helen Thomas covered nine presidents.
In 2015, Sandra Bland, a 28-year-old black woman, was arrested for a traffic violation. Three days later, she was found hanging from a noose in her jail cell. Though ruled a suicide, her death sparked allegations of racially motivated police murder.
This biographical documentary traces the life and career of the controversial, larger-than-life Susan Sontag, who became one of the most important literary, political and feminist icons of her generation.
On the night Barack Obama was elected, not everyone celebrated. More than 58 million Americans wanted John McCain to be their president. Who are these voters? Why did they vote the way they did? And what do they feel about the country they live in?
Investigates the economic and political fallout of the 2008 financial crisis ten years later, highlighted by dramatic interviews with former presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, former Treasury Secretaries Hank Paulson and Timothy Geithner.
Intent on escaping her coastal bubble, Alexandra Pelos sets out on a cross-country trip to engage in conversations with fellow Americans in an effort to gain an unfiltered understanding of other perspectives.
An illuminating look at the final years in the life of civil-rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr 50 years after his assassination in Memphis.
This biographical film goes to the heart of who Jane Fonda really is, as told through a combination of home movies and photos, clips from her films, and recent interviews with family members, close friends, and Fonda herself.
An inside look at the human consequences of the migration crisis in Europe, as told through the harrowing stories of brave refugees who overcome incredible challenges in search of a better future.
Illuminating profile of Arizona Senator John McCain, whose recent battle against cancer epitomizes the courage and fortitude of a man who spent five-plus years as a Vietnam POW, followed by an illustrious 31-year career in Congress.
This revealing documentary looks at the many different sides of Richard Nixon, one of our most complex presidents, through thousands of hours of recently declassified audiotapes recorded in the Nixon White House.
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