Directed by Dawn Porter, John Lewis: Good Trouble chronicles the life and political career of an extraordinary man.
Directed by Michael Sellers and narrated by Band of Brothers star Michael Cudlitz, Return to Hardwick: Home of the 93rd Bomb Group is a loving tribute to one of the most extraordinary strategic bomb units of WWII.
Directed by Greg Barker, The Longest War is a detailed exploration of the U.S. government involvement with Afghanistan from 1979 to the present day. Interview subjects include former CIA officials, war correspondents, Afghanistan experts and nationals.
During the American Civil War, over 400 women, disguised as men, served for both the Confederate and Union armies. Directed, written and starring Whitney Hamilton, Union is the fictional story of one of these women.
Armstrong is an intimate portrait of an extraordinary individual and required viewing for anyone who appreciated Damien Chazelle’s biopic First Man but craved more.
You may know about the red scare but do you know about the lavender scare? A new documentary shines a spotlight on the US government’s persecution of LGBT employees.
Academy Award nominated short doc offers a glimpse into a mostly forgotten moment in US history.
Directed by Deniz Gamze Ergüven and starring Halle Berry and Daniel Craig, Kings explores the chaos of living through the L.A. riots.
A new documentary explores the life and career of politician and presidential candidate Eugene V. Debs and his influence on American socialism.
Directed by Academy Award winner Morgan Neville, Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (2018) is a new documentary chronicling the life of the beloved host of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, Fred Rogers.
The amazing story of Jesse Owens and the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Available to rent from DVD Netflix.
a fascinating documentary uncovers the little known history of the first Yale Unit’s contributions to American aviation during WWI.