An overview of all Netflix Social & Cultural Documentaries movies and series. 249 titles were found.
Scientists explore the sexual behavior of animals like rats and peacocks before looking at how desire works in male and female humans.
This documentary profiles the celebrated Hindi film director known as much for his embrace of leftist politics and social concerns as lyrical cinema.
Through intimate interviews, this documentary explores the stigma facing independent women who seek housing in modern Mumbai.
A small-town taxi driver is arranged to be married, resulting in an intimate look at the clash between modernity and tradition in India.
Explore the stories of ordinary people dealing with extraordinary circumstances in this series that focuses on overcoming obstacles and odds.
This short film chronicles the largest rape trial in Congo's history, in which soldiers stood accused of a brutal rampage against their own citizens.
This intimate documentary explores the history of Highlights magazine, from its humble roots to the planning surrounding its 70th anniversary edition.
This documentary explores the rich heritage of Indian classical music and the reasons behind its modern decline in popularity.
Experience the hopes, dreams and challenges of three Ugandan children who travel around the world with the African Children's Choir.
Intrigued by her fleeting appearances in historical works, documentarians uncover the incredible, once-lost story of a black World War II nurse.
In a region ravaged by opioid abuse, four young men in a farming-based rehab forge a bond as they try to reinvent their lives after years of addiction.
Three of Ireland's top chefs -- Derry Clarke, Catherine Fulvio and Paul Flynn -- gather at opulent country manors to re-create banquets from the past.
Survivors and first responders share personal stories of anguish, kindness and bravery that unfolded amid the Paris terror attacks of Nov. 13, 2015.
Over the course of one memorable and adventure-filled year, Felix Starck documents his 18,000-kilometer bicycle journey across 22 countries.
Through interviews with technology thought leaders and futurists, this timely documentary examines the erosion of privacy in the digital age.
"Pop culture purveyor" Funko started in a garage in 1998. Today its vinyl figures are beloved worldwide, and the company credits fans for its success.
Former inmates, officers and celebrities critique the U.S. prison system in this documentary packaged as a how-to handbook for the incarcerated.
In this hard-hitting series, journalist Nelufar Hedayat travels the globe to expose an array of black markets, from guns and gold to human body parts.
A decade after the seminal Brazilian film "City of God," this documentary reunites some of the cast and crew to find out what paths their lives took.
Featuring eight-time NBA All-Star Vince Carter, this documentary takes an in-depth look at his impact on pop culture and the Canadian basketball scene.