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DOX was created for sophisticated moviegoers who enjoy exceptional films by some of the most renowned documentary filmmakers in the world today.
Whether you are looking for a trip down memory lane or a trip around the world, DOX offers a curated collection of documentaries and docuseries representing the very best in non-fiction storytelling.
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A fascinating, revealing, and potent chronicle of the rise and fall of the Houston-based energy giant, told via interviews, news reports, and the company's own in-house videos.
An affectionate and warmhearted look at the life and times of film critic Roger Ebert. When Ebert's battle with cancer at the end of his life left him without the ability to speak, he responded by becoming an even-more-prolific writer online.
This chilling and provocative documentary from filmmaker Robert Kenner examines how the decisions made between the United States government and the American food industry impact consumer health, worker safety, and the environment.
On August 7, 1974, a 24-year-old French high-wire artist named Philippe Petit committed one of the most astonishing performance stunts of the late 20th century: he strung a thin cable between the two towers of the World Trade Center and not only walked from one building to another, but did a nerve-wracking series of acrobatic movements on the cable, some 1,350 feet above the ground.
In this chilling thriller, a restaurant manager investigates an employee who a purported cop claims stole from the business. By phone, the man offers the manager step-by-step instructions on how to dig deeper, but soon her actions go well beyond the call of duty.
This fascinating profile of acclaimed sushi chef Jiro Ono delves into the octogenarian's life, including his childhood and his early days in the restaurant business, and examines the techniques and philosophies he employs in putting together a dish.
This insightful and absorbing documentary focuses on a trio of evangelical Christian youngsters who attend a North Dakota summer retreat. Its founder sees all the young attendees as recruits "trained to be God's army" and boys and girls who "can change the world."
The story of an Oakland drug dealer and his relationship with Griselda Blanco, a notorious Colombian cocaine trafficker known as "The Godmother," is chronicled in this documentary. Directed by Billy Corben.
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