· A Poet in Cinema: Andrei Tarkovsky - A rare look at Andrei Tarkovsky's thoughts on life and filmmaking. Directed by Donatella Baglivo. (1983)
· A Story of Healing - Won Academy Award for best Documentary Short Subject. Follows a team of volunteers in Vietnam. (1997)
· Buckminster Fuller: Thinking Out Loud - Documentary on the inventor/visionary/thinker R. Buckminster Fuller, produced and directed by four time Academy Award nominees Karen Goodman and Kirk Simon. (1996)
· Jorge Luis Borges: The Mirror Man - Documentary on Argentina's most famous and beloved literary figure. (2000)
· No Maps for These Territories - Brings you on a road trip and into the mind of cyberspace visionary William Gibson. (2000)
· Room 666 - Wim Wenders interviews 16 directors (including Steven Spielberg, Jean-Luc Godard, and Rainer Werner Fassbinder) at the '82 Cannes Film Festival and talks about the state of cinema. (1982)
· Room to Dream: David Lynch and the Independent Filmmaker - David Lynch explains how he brings his unique vision to the screen with technologies that are now within reach for independent filmmakers. (2005)
· Russia's Open Book: Writing in the Age of Putin - Stephen Fry hosts a documentary exploring the vital literary scene in contemporary Russia. (2014)
· Samurai Sword: Making of a Legend - This story of the Katana sword provides a unique insight into the Samurai masters and the swords they use. (2008)
· The Complete Star Wars Filmumentaries - Jamie Benning has created a trilogy of documentary-commentaries on the Star Wars trilogy. Features deleted scenes, alternate takes and different angles, bloopers, original on set audio recordings and a huge amount of commentary from cast and crew.
· The World of Buckminster Fuller - Directed by Robert Snyder, this documentary transports you into Fuller's mind and soul. It's told entirely in his own words. (1974)
· Toute la mémoire du monde (All the World's Memories) - Alain Resnais's short documentary looks at the inner workings of the Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris. It's "a meditative piece about the fragility of human memory and the ways in which we try to shore it up." (1956)
· Unguided Tour AKA Letter from Venice - Susan Sontag adapted the Italian-language feature from her story of the same name, originally published in 1977 in the New Yorker. (1983)
· Van Gogh: Painted with Words - Written and directed by Andrew Hutton, this drama-documentary about Vincent Van Gogh features Benedict Cumberbatch in the lead role. (2010)
· Virginia Woolf: A Novelist - Draws on old maps, contemporary drawings and paintings, portraits and other archive material to present an outline of Virginia Woolf's life and to convey a picture of the social and historical background to her writing.
· Warhol's Cinema - A Mirror for the Sixties - This 64 minute documentary from 1989 examines Andy Warhol’s films from the 1960s.
· Who is Afraid of Ai Weiwei? - A short PBS Frontline documentary on the dissident Chinese artist. (2011)