A fascinating look into the mysterious social life of dolphins
A moving tribute to Iranian composer/conductor Nader Mashalyekhi who is faced with the daunting task of reconstituting the Teheran Symphony Orchestra
History takes us to Mars, the worst disasters in Earth’s history, and debates the existence of God in three 3D episodes of The Universe
The Act of Killing is a chilling documentary on humanity’s propensity for killing and cruelty.
This account of Glenn Gould’s maiden voyage to the Soviet Union stands out as one of the most important cultural events of the 20th century
Iconic UK band The Stone Roses are captured in their reunion after 16-years and in their youth in this captivating documentary
These two brief IMAX documentaries take you on dazzling 3D journeys to the Sun and Mars courtesy of NASA
Michael Apted explores scientific and creative genius in the documentaries Inspirations and Me & Isaac Newton on Blu-ray from PBS
Stéphanie Argerich, youngest daughter of famed classical pianist Martha Argerich delivers a probing, sometimes uncomfortably so, look into the complex character of her mother and other family members. A well-done first feature length film by this young director and an unrivaled view of often chaotic yet somehow functional family life in the world of music.
Bruce Springsteen is profiled by his own fans in this different rock and roll documentary presented by Ridley Scott.