Browse Documentaries

Hitler of The Andes

In April 1945, Hitler was the most wanted man in Europe. Dead or alive, the victorious Allies needed to see his body in the dock of a courtroom or in a grave but in the chaos of war proof that the dictator had died proved elusive. Maybe Hitler was dead or maybe he had escaped, this was a question many had at the time. The mystery of the missing dictator drew in spies, scientists and historians

Watch Documentary

Sugar Crash

Sugar Crash

Something has gone very wrong with the Irish diet, the consumption of sugar has tripled over the last 100 years and it seems to be everywhere. Unless something dramatic is done the children of today may be the first generation in centuries to have shorter life expectancies than their parents. When consumed in excess it can cause liver damage, hearth attacks, strokes, kidney disease, blindness,

Watch Documentary
Inside America’s For-Profit Bail System

Out of all of the first-world countries and with the highest rate of incarceration in the world, the United States is the only one which allows the commercialization of bail bonds. The for-profit industry manages to rake in a cool 2 billion dollars in revenue a year. Most criminal defendants don't have the means to pay the full bail set on them and as a result must either stay in jail or pay a

Watch Documentary
The Shooting of Ronald Reagan

On March 30th of 1981, just a mear 69 days into Ronald Reagan's presidency an attempted assassination was carried out on his life. Reagan had just wrapped up a speaking engagement at the Washington Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C. and upon leaving the venue a man by the name of John Hinckley, Jr. opened fire on him, as a result of which President Reagan and three others were hit and wounded. The m

Watch Documentary

The Yorkshire Ripper

The Yorkshire Ripper

From 1975 up until his conviction in 1981 Peter Sutcliffe or rather "The Yorkshire Ripper", spread fear throughout Yorkshire in the United Kingdom. He was convicted of murdering 13 women and attempting to murder a further 7 more. Mainly targeting prostitutes, his initial outbreak of violence towards them seems to have been spurred on by the fact that he was swindled out of money by one such lady o

Watch Documentary
Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret

Hailed as a groundbreaking feature length documentary, this 2014 film, Cowspiracy, takes a unique look at the environmental issues we humans are faced with today, exploring the impact animal agriculture has on the environment, and questions the policies of many environmental organizations on this issue. Cowspiracy makes the claim that many of these organizations are failing to address the singl

Watch Documentary
Britain’s Outlaws: Highwaymen, Pirates and Rogues

Crime was endemic for a period of time in the British 18th century, on the open road thieves and robbers would rob with impunity, on the high seas pirates roamed and closer to home rogues threatened the lives and livelihoods of your ordinary citizens. Nowhere was safe, least of all towns and cities where from their own underworld felons robbed, burgled and cheated. Across the country there was

Watch Documentary
The Golden Mountains of Suriname

In the South American, Suriname Mountains, the precious metal gold can be found everywhere, from political power to the jewellery being worn by the locals. The effects of the gold mining which is occurring here seeps into all aspects of society. For many Surinamese, the gold industry is a necessary source of income but it is destroying the environment and the health of those around it. In this

Watch Documentary

Factory City

Factory City

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live where you work, no? neither have I and for most of us the idea would simply be unthinkable, but imagine living and working at one of the biggest factories in the world, a workplace the size of Monaco. For the 17,000 employees stationed at the mega factory known as EUPA, it is reality and they come from all over China seeking a brighter future.

Watch Documentary