In 2016, USA Gymnastics was rocked by the revelation that national team doctor Larry Nassar had been abusing young athletes for decades. Tribeca alum Erin Lee Carr's unflinching documentary... See full summary »
This feature documentary tells the inside story behind the hunt for ISIS poster boy "Jihadi John" by the US and British military and intelligence services. It interrogates the twisted ... See full summary »
An original four-part crime documentary series produced in association with HBO Asia and Star World, The Talwars: Behind Closed Doors examines the story of a double murder of a teenage girl... See full summary »
WHAT HAPPENED ON SEPTEMBER 11 is an HBO Family documentary introducing the events of 9-11 to a young audience. Directed and produced by Amy Schatz. Produced by HBO in association with the 9-11 Tribute Museum.
Teen Michelle Carter's actions shocked a nation - but what really happened behind closed doors? This HBO special showcases the prosecution's point of view and alternately the defense's. Which side do you fall on?
One of the most iconic figures in athletic history, Muhammad Ali's incredible story from world champion boxer to inspiring social activist is explored through his own voice and never-before-seen archival material.
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Bryan Stevenson: There's a history of untold cruelty that hides in silence in this country. This documentary was a little hard to watch but it might help some understand the need to treat mass incarceration as an urgent human rights issue. And we could learn a lot from Germany if we truly wanted to change. Because of their history of concentration camps, Germany outlawed the death penalty. They think it's unconscionable with that history of killing people to ever again have state-sanctioned killing. They paid reparations to Israel and made many attempts (still do!) to reconcile with their victims. For doing that, Germany has prospered economically, fostered a culture of fairness and is one of or the most respected countries in Europe.
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