Kiss the Ground (2020), directed by Josh and Rebecca Tickell, reveals how we can rapidly reverse climate change by regenerating the world's soils.
In Robin's Wish (2020), filmmaker Tylor Norwood brings the story of Robin Williams' horrific battle with a brain disease called Lewy Body Dementia.
Boys State (2020), the Sundance Jury Prize winner by Amanda McBaine and Jesse Moss, brilliantly captures the division and polarisation of American society.
'Linda and the Mockingbirds' (2020), directed and produced by James Keach, shows how famous singer Linda Ronstadt gives back to Mexican-American community.
David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet (2020), brings us Sir David's witness statement and provides simple solutions to saving our planet.
'Public Trust' (2020), produced by Patagonia and available on YouTube, documents the fight to protect America's public lands for future generations.
RBG (2018), co-directed by Julie Cohen and Betsy West, captures the life and legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the iconic American Supreme Court Justice.
Class Action Park (2020) on HBO Max captures New Jersey's most dangerous amusement park in the US history, and the myths and dark truths surrounding it.
'Good Ol Girl' tells the stories of three modern-day Texan cowgirls, and explores the increasing role of women in the male-dominated industry of ranching.
'Imagining the Indian' follows the movement to end the use of Native American names, logos, and mascots in the world of sports and beyond.
'One Man And His Shoes' (2020) explores the cultural phenomenon of Air Jordan sneakers, as well as an unfortunate legacy of this iconic brand.
In the upcoming doc 'They're Trying to Kill Us,' John Lewis aka Badass Vegan and Keegan Kuhn explore the connections between diet, poverty and racism.
Uprooted: The Journey of Jazz Dance (2020) traces jazz dance back to its roots in Africa, and addresses subjects such as appropriation, racism and sexism.
Insert Coin (2020), directed by Josh Tsui, looks at how Midway Games revolutionized the video game industry, and captures 1990s pop culture.
Closed For Storm (2020) by Jake Williams and John Shaw shows the abandoned theme park Six Flags New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Hamtramck, USA (2020) uses the local goverment election in this Muslim-Majority city as a backdrop to explore the multicultural nature of America.
In Becoming Rocky: The Birth of a Classic (2020), director and producer Derek Wayne Johnson captures the moment when Sylvester Stallone became a superstar.
'Streetlight Harmonies' (2020) shines a light on 1950s and 60's 'doo-wop' music and its lasting legacy with today's recording artists.
In the 1970s Camp Jened was not just any old summer camp in the Catskills. Hippy values, the Grateful Dead and pot smoking shaped this utopia for teens with disabilities. Before long, a generation of summer campers with disabilities became a...
Stewart Brand, founder of the modern environmental movement and creator of the Whole Earth Catalogue, wants to bring back the wooly mammoth from extinction.
Baywatch, the iconic 1990s TV show that continues to influence pop culture, is the subject of a documentary being directed and produced by Matt Felker.
'Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind' (HBO; 2020), directed and produced by Laurent Bouzereau, explores the life and career of the iconic Hollywood actress.
'A Thread of Deceit: The Hart Family Tragedy' tells the story behind the tragic murder-suicide and looks at the effects of social media on mental health.
What is life like for the modern-day American cowboy? ‘Cowboys: A Documentary Portrait’ provides insights into these American icons.
Narrated by Samuel L Jackson, 'I Am Not Your Negro' (2016) uses James Baldwin’s unfinished manuscript to tell the horrific history of racism in America.
Award-winning director Norman Stone discusses the film ‘Warning: This Drug May Kill You’ (2017) and opioid addiction in America.
The Most Hated Family in America (2007) by Louis Theroux shines a light on the role of religion in US politics.
Eating Animals (2017), produced and narrated by Natalie Portman, makes us think about where the meat on our tables comes from.
BBC’s Life and Death Row – The Mass Execution is a documentary that we use to explore the history of capital punishment in America.
The Oscar winning An Inconvenient Truth (2006) about Al Gore and climate change shows how performance is used to animate risk in documentary films.
Factual America caught up with Adithya Sambamurthy, who is heading to the US to cover the 2020 American election for The Guardian.
Soyalism is a gripping documentary about factory farming and corporations taking over meat production at any cost necessary.
We're discussing Marc Silver’s documentary "3 ½ Minutes, 10 Bullets," and America's pressing problem of gun violence.
The groundbreaking Dont Look Back (1967) by DA Pennebaker is considered one of the best documentaries of all time. Today we pay homage to the late artist.
We explore the Theranos saga through the lens of Alex Gibney’s documentary The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley (2019).
Ben Masters' ‘The River and the Wall’ explores the economic, environmental and social impact of President Donald Trump’s border wall.