An overview of all Netflix documentaries. 746 titles were found.
Two brothers embark on a 13-month surfing and camping road trip from L.A. to Buenos Aires, encountering a diverse array of people and cultures.
A Las Vegas doctor's controversial online contest sees anxious entrants vie for free in vitro fertilization, a procedure rarely covered by insurance.
Explore the life and times of Stan Romanek, who found himself in the middle of one of history's most intriguing stories of extraterrestrial contact.
Covering five years of conflict, this film offers firsthand accounts of Syria's brutal disintegration and the dangers faced by its many refugees.
Journey across deserts, mountains, rivers and forests while witnessing the incredible variety of wildlife that calls India its home.
Beyond its turquoise coves and exquisite beaches, the Mediterranean island of Mallorca boasts a rich and diverse ecosystem.
Actor Danny Dyer embarks on a mission to interview some of the most dangerous and feared men in the United Kingdom.
Travel 3 billion years into the past, through forests, swamps and ice ages, to trace the story behind the landscapes and wildlife of modern Europe.
Discover the incredible wildlife and stunning landscapes of Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea, New Caledonia and Lord Howe Island.
Explore the turbulent natural history and rich diversity of wildlife that make the shores, reefs and isles of the Caribbean a paradise like no other.
Journey through the natural wonders of South America, from mighty Andes peaks, through vast grassland plains, to the rainforest teeming with life.
Once a prominent anti-Semitic politician in Hungary, Csanád Szegedi undergoes a dramatic change in worldview after learning of his Jewish heritage.
This film chronicles the journey of Fannie Haughton, an Oakland activist who fled to Grenada with her family just prior to the U.S. invasion in 1983.
Mixing dramatic re-enactments with real-life footage, this series delves into the tormented psyches of the world's most infamous serial killers.
Award-winning filmmaker Reggie Yates travels around the world tackling big issues such as gun violence, racism, gay rights and addiction.
This documentary follows 10 men who agree to walk the Camino de Santiago, a 500-mile, 40-day trek that will challenge their strength and faith.
A surfing adventure across 15 countries gives a young boy from Kauai an opportunity to widen his horizons and gain a deeper understanding of life.
This documentary profiles William Powell, who wrote the "The Anarchist Cookbook" in the early 1970s and spent his later life regretting his actions.
Starting in 1881, this film describes how the personal battle between the royal Romanovs and Lenin's Ulyanov family led to the Russian Revolution.
Through interviews with farmers, doctors and other experts, this film highlights the health dangers of the profit-fueled, modern industrialized diet.
World-renowned choreographer Ohad Naharin is profiled in this vivid documentary that mixes rehearsal footage with insights about his influence.
This documentary follows former Palestinian and Israeli soldiers, tired of endless war, who form a group advocating peace through nonviolent action.
Focusing on unauthorized sellers of graffiti artist Banksy's work, this film examines the conflicting philosophies of street art and profiteering.
Benjie Nycum travels to Wyoming to visit his ex-lover, Michael Glatze, a former gay activist who now lives with his wife and works as a church pastor.
Follow a transgender opera singer as she travels from Mexico to Bangkok to undergo sex reassignment surgery and claim the identity she's fought for.
Few people are as courageous as young Luciana Wulken, a 7-year-old who must fight an extremely rare condition that turns her muscles to bone.
A filmmaker trains the camera on her own family as she examines the impact her grandfather, troubled artist Arshile Gorky, had on three generations.
This revealing documentary probes the onstage personas of Portland, Oregon, burlesque performers who practice wildly different art forms.
Explore how Caesar, Napoleon, Mussolini, Hitler and modern-day dictators consolidated their considerable power through bold and brazen coups.
Four compulsive hoarders are driven to accumulate objects but can't bear to throw them out -- to the point where their "stuff" takes over their lives.