From the minds of Fred Armisen, Bill Hader and Seth Meyers comes a new new series that looks back on 50 years of excellence and integrity in documentary filmmaking.See Fred and Bill investigate drug cartels, join an indifferent ‘70s rock band, reenact Iceland’s annual Al Capone Festival, take part in a dramatic exposé of the world’s first documentary about the Inuit and much more.
An in depth look at the daily lives of two aging socialites and their crumbling estate. Inspired by the documentary Grey Gardens.
The hipster media empire DRONEZ sends two of its notoriously fearless journalists to track down Mexico's most wanted drug lord. Inspired by VICE News documentaries.
An investigation into the wrongful conviction of a man sentenced to death of the 1986 murder of John Patrick Winslow. Inspired by the documentary The Thin Blue Line.
A documentary crew travels to Arborg, Iceland for the annual festival honoring American gangster Al Capone.
Part one of the documentary chronicling the rise and fall of a seminal soft-rock band called the Blue Jean Committee.
Part two of the documentary chronicling the rise and fall of a seminal soft-rock band called the Blue Jean Committee.
A different and interesting look at the 1992 Ohio Gubernatorial campaign.
Young Colombian chefs learn the tricks of the restaurant trade from their strict father Juan, whose celebrated restaurant only serves one dish: chicken and rice.
Monologist Parker Gail and director Harrison Renzi team up to present Gail's theater piece, "Location Is Everything".
A tribute to the 1968 Maysles documentary "Salesman" that followed a wearied quartet of door-to-door Bible salesmen, "Globesmen" shares a similar story about four hard-working business men trying their best to sell globes to a community of people who find them too expensive and ultimately prefer atlases. Feeling pressure from their regional manager, and dealing with the constant rejection from customers, the salesmen do anything they can to reinvent the globe as a need-to-have household item.
A new wave band from the late 1970s and early 1980s play their final concert.
An in-depth look at Hollywood legend Jerry Wallach and his 40-year quest to win an Oscar.
Self-appointed spiritual guru Father Ra-Shawbard starts a commune in rural Oregon with the help of overly devoted assistant Ra-Sharir; exasperated FBI agent Bill Doss dedicates himself to exposing the man behind the mantras.