An overview of all Netflix documentaries. 913 titles were found.
This documentary focuses on Michelle Smith, a legally blind young woman with Asperger's syndrome who approaches her 20s with courage and curiosity.
This uplifting documentary follows R&B singer Sharon Jones's battle with pancreatic cancer while keeping her band intact for a return to the stage.
Filmmakers follow a Colorado family's highly public battle for the rights of their transgender daughter, Coy, in a landmark civil rights case.
In this gripping documentary, filmmaker Jessica Sanders looks at the reverberations of criminal convictions since reversed thanks to DNA evidence.
Explore how the media and nationalism have fueled Venezuela's passion for physical appearance and the multibillion-dollar beauty pageant industry.
Pinball wizard Robert Gagno trains his focus on becoming a world pinball champion while simultaneously challenging social assumptions about autism.
Examine the troublesome coexistence of humans and rodents in Mumbai, where the byproducts of a big economy have led to a thriving rat population.
Go behind the scenes with the world's top male fitness models as they share their struggles and reveal what it takes to stay in peak form.
This documentary follows several quirky skinflints on extreme quests to save as much money as possible on everything from food to their own weddings.
Sidestepping traditional methods of courtship, British men seeking long-term commitment look overseas -- and on the internet -- for willing brides.
This eye-opening investigation of so-called "revenge porn" shows how easily a sexually charged share can go public if it gets into the wrong hands.
Using real cases, this documentary demonstrates the extent to which violent criminals can use social media to locate and manipulate victims.
This documentary spotlights "female maskers," men who transform themselves into lifelike female dolls with silicone masks and bodysuits.
Sex and technology come together to probe what's pleasurable and what's possible as two inventors compete to build the world's first sex robot.
This documentary shares the disturbing stories of four British women killed by their exes after changing their relationship status on Facebook.
Two British families discuss the challenges they face raising children who identify as a gender different from the one they were assigned at birth.
Follow New Scotland Yard's Extradition Unit as they grapple with an influx of foreign criminals in Britain, tracking down dangerous fugitives.
A gay London man faces a positive HIV diagnosis and a decision on whether to stay with loving friends or return to his estranged parents in Israel.
In the rugged mountains of Afghanistan, armed bands of young boys survive by scavenging for old land mines, mining lapis lazuli and trading in opium.
This nostalgic documentary series relives the 1980s from a variety of angles, exploring its impact on the politics, technology and culture of today.
Follow therapist David Allison as he helps patients conquer debilitating but unusual phobias, including fear of tree roots, bananas and kneecaps.
Using rare footage, this sports documentary follows iconic soccer star Zlatan Ibrahimović through his rocky early years and his 2005 breakthrough.
Follow the emotional journeys of inmates who give birth behind bars and are permitted to stay with their newborns in a prison maternity wing.
Extensive film clips and interviews tell the story of American filmmaker Ellis R. Dungan, who spent 15 years in India and helped define Tamil cinema.
A fascinating portrait of prospective young drivers with autism sheds light on the challenges they face on the road -- and the freedom a car provides.
Get an unflinching look at two high-priced call girls who rely on the internet to find clients, and the effects of their lifestyle on their families.
Cameras follow three Brits -- a former IT worker, an ex-currency trader and a soldier turned activist -- who've signed up to fight ISIS in Syria.
This documentary provides a firsthand look at Islamic State supporters in Britain, including a man suspected of committing murder on behalf of IS.
This sequel to the documentary "The Autistic Me" catches up with autistic young men Oliver, Tom and Alex to reveal their progress one year later.
The history-making Hollywood Shorties basketball team packed the court with familiar faces from the big screen -- and all of them were little people.