As far as Maxwell’s legal team is concerned, aiding and abetting decades of sex trafficking and the abuse of underage girls and women isn’t really that bad.
Rather than dabble in ones you’ve probably seen like ‘The Tinder Swindler’, here are four that may have flown under your radar.
These documentaries have stood the test of time and remain the benchmark against which others are measured.
In 1971, D.B. Cooper jumped out of a plane with a parachute and $200 000 in ransom money, never to be seen again.
More than 60 pupils at Ariel School, an expensive private institution outside of Harare, said they saw “a disc-shaped craft land from the sky and stop in a field outside their school”.
Alexei Navalny shot to fame around the world when he was poisoned in 2020. Unpacking that poisoning is “one of the most jaw-dropping things you’ll ever witness”.
Monroe was found dead in her bed at the age of just 36, and conspiracy theories surrounding how she died have circulated ever since.
In the late 1990s and early 2000s, the company was a fashion giant. Fast forward 20-odd years and the tide has very much turned, with a litany of costly lawsuits denting its reputation.
Perhaps after this airs people will stop telling Tony Hawk he looks just like that famous skateboarder.
That’s right – the time has arrived for us to part ways until January. This list, our final of the year, covers the best documentaries released during 2021.
Alanis has come a long way since the success of 1995’s ‘Jagged Little Pill’. Her life is the subject of a new doccie and she’s not at all pleased about that.
The doccie follows Bieber as he prepares to close out 2020 with his first live performance since he cancelled the final 14 shows of his 2017 tour.
Sometimes a good doccie slips through the net, and with the deluge of new content, can disappear from view. Here are five you should make a plan to watch.
You probably haven’t heard of Jagari, the lead singer of the Zambian band Witch, but he’s revered in his home country, and sometimes further afield.
J.J. Abrams’ four-part docuseries explores our fascination with unidentified flying objects, and the influence the American government (among others) has had in masking the truth.
If you’re a fan, chances are you’ve watched his shows and read his books, and now you can add ‘Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain’ to the list.
The Scot’s reign, as well as his journey from humble roots to football glory, will be celebrated in a new Amazon documentary, ‘Sir Alex Ferguson: Never Give In’.
In his prime, Tyson was one of the most famous sportsmen on the planet. However, his excellence in the ring was matched by controversy and scandal outside it, making his life story ripe for a documentary series.
‘Seaspiracy’ has been met with a fair amount of backlash. A few ocean-based experts have recommended other documentaries to watch for a more thorough understanding of the problems we face.
Ringo Starr, AC/DC’s Brian Johnson, Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler, St. Vincent, Slash and Duff McKagan from Guns & Roses, U2’s The Edge, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea, and Metallica’s Lars Ulrich all feature.
Inspired by the grief of losing her childhood pet, documentary filmmaker Elizabeth Lo decided to tell the story of three stray dogs.
WeWork’s leader, the “hippie-messianic” Adam Neumann, convinced investors that he was going to change the world. Instead, we witnessed one of the most infamous capitulations of recent times.
On April 25, we will know which documentary took home the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. You might want to watch these ahead of the big day.
For the first time, Biggie Small’s estate has authorised a documentary, and Demi Lovato is opening up about her struggles with heroin and brushes with death.
This year’s Sundance Film Festival honoured some excellent films, including documentaries worth looking out for.
‘Tiger’, a new two-part, four-hour-long docuseries, promises to shed new light on the golfer’s life. It will also see the woman at the centre of his sex scandal speak about their relationship for the first time.
Do you ever get the feeling that you aren’t seeing everything that Netflix has to offer? Well, you’re right, and there’s a simple solution.
In 1971, a man hijacked a plane, was given $200 000 in ransom money, parachuted out of said plane in a black suit, and was never seen again. It remains the only unsolved plane hijacking in US history.
If you enjoyed the series about two FBI agents tasked with interviewing serial killers to solve open cases, then this documentary along similar lines should be t your liking.
In 2018, Shanann Watts and her two children went missing in Colorado, with her husband Chris appealing for America’s help.