Stefan Forbes’ investigative documentary Hold Your Fire recounts the events of the two-day hostage siege and asks questions about racial bias, hostage negotiations, and restorative justice.
Gian Cassini's Comala is a potent true crime family saga as the filmmaker explores his father's life as a hitman. He encounters the victims left to tell the tale in a country
In The Last Man Standing: Suge Knight and the Murders of Biggie & Tupac, Nick Broomfield returns to a case that continues to haunt him and makes new allegations against Knight and
Who expected a whale to be the most relatable film character of 2021? The Loneliest Whale delivers a touching quest to explore the truth about a mysterious whale that swims through the
Heist strikes it rich with a trio of zany true crime capers. This fun anthology of moral fables from Netflix offers three tales of cops and robbers in which the latter energetically
Last summer, I’ll Be Gone in the Dark took audiences on a hunt for a killer. Adapting the book, work, and dogged curiosity sparked of cold case sleuth Michelle McNamara, I’ll Ge
Bank Job is a decidedly unserious film about a serious subject: debt. Filmmaking duo Dan Edelstyn and Hilary Powell document their grassroots debt-abolishing project in a new documentary with a fictional heist
The Caviar Connection tells the story of how the European Council, an organization mandated to uphold human rights, democratic standards and the rule of law, was corrupted by the country of Azerbaijan.
The rise of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies after the 2008 financial crisis ushered in a new era for financial trading. Creating a financial Wild West of sorts, where anyone who understood blockchain
The docuseries that introduced audiences to a world of blueberry heists and bee-stealers is back for a second season of true crime with a Canadian twist. CBC’s Farm Crime goes beyond small