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Documentaries give us a view of this great big world we live in that we don't get a chance to see, or find little curiosities in our everyday lives that we often overlook. They stimulate, educate and sometimes instigate their audiences all by taking reality, putting it in a frame and asking us to take another look. Whether it's showing us the hardships that people face at home (Harlan County, USA) or abroad (Manda Bala), or challenges we all face together (An Inconvenient Truth); the story behind a typeface we see every day (Helvetica); or a rare behind-the-scenes look at some of the biggest names in rock history (Gimme Shelter, Don't Look Back), documentaries prove time and again that truth often really is stranger than fiction...

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Last Summer at Coney Island

$19.95 | 94 minutes

A look at iconic Coney Island's past and its future under the auspicies of Thor Equities…

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A Puppet Intervention

$14.99 | 72 minutes

A Puppet Intervention takes you behind the curtain of one of the most innovative and original theatrical events…

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Super Size Me

$10.95 | 100 minutes

In this hilarious yet informative documentary, debut director Morgan Spurlock makes himself the victim of…

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Bob Dylan: Don't Look Back

$15.95 | 96 minutes

A raucous and intimate road movie of Bob Dylan's 1965 tour of England, DON'T LOOK BACK may be perhaps the…

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Dig!

$22.95 | 107 minutes

Ondi Timoner's electrifying documentary tells a cautionary tale about the dangers and trappings of the rock…

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Harlan County, USA

$34.95 | 104 minutes

Harlan County, USA Strike DVD is a Barbara Kopple had made no other film than this documentary account of…