With a huge surge on google searches for nature documentaries this week, it's the perfect time to find the best docos out there, and work your way through this list.
This feature documentary follows The Kings Cross Steelers as they attempt to win gay rugby's holy grail, the Bingham Cup.
A beautiful documentary feature, exploring the life of Piedmontese truffle hunters.
Joaquin Phoenix is executive producer on this black-and-white documentary about farm animals.
In this harrowing documentary, Nanfu Wang investigates the reverberations from China's notorious one-child policy.
This moving documentary follows a group of cyclists, riding through the battlefields of Flanders, to raise money for Legacy.
The hugely popular Exhibition on Screen series returns with Degas, and Glam chats to the producer, Phil Grabsky.
2040 is a positive and empowering journey to explore what the future could look like by 2040 if we embraced the best solutions already available to us to improve our planet.
Lusciously shot National Geographic documentary about Alex Honnald scaling a 3000 rock face in Yosemite.
Although about a magnificent plane, this film is really about people at their finest.
Michael Caine hosts David Batty's documentary about the cultural changes wrought by the swinging 60s.
Documentary film-maker Catherine Scott talks about her latest project, Backtrack Boys.
This solid documentary offers a starting point into Vivienne Westwood's enigmatic life.
Vitaly Mansky's personal and intimate portrait of the meteoric rise of Vladimir Putin.
The most moving and important documentary to be made in Australia in the last 20 years.
Sleeth looks to bring into undeniable clarity the last 72 hours of Myuran Sukumaran's life.
Fresh off the back of the release of the ‘Descent Into The Maelstrom’ documentary, Radio Birdman continue to defy the mainstream by pounding out gig after gig of solid rock and roll more than 40 years after they first came to light.
This visually stunning film poignantly tells the story of a raucous, bolshie creative genius.
A beautifully put-together documentary about an enduring mystery.
Wayne Groom and Carolyn Bilsborow's latest documentary looks at the enduring mystery of the unidentified man found dead on Somerton Beach in 48.