See Beyonce and Jay Z in their first HBO concert event! Recorded at Stade de France in Paris on the international leg of their current tour, the special will feature the superstars performing more than 40 songs.
Award-winning actor/director/writer Alan Alda schools a group of promising young actors in the art of improvisation in this engaging special. Over the course of three days, the students learn to 'act in the moment,' trust their emotional connections with each other and their characters, and more, while Alda shares insights from his illustrious career.
The 2013 terrorist siege of the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya is the focus of this investigative documentary.
See what celebrated Latino actors, newsmakers and a musical legend have to say about being Latino in the U.S. in this installment of the award-winning series. Interviews include Jimmy Smits, Luis Guzman, Daisy Fuentes, Wilmer Valderrama, Ana de la Reguera, Ruben Blades, Bernie Williams, and many others.
Acclaimed actor and FDNY veteran Steve Buscemi looks at what it's like to work as a New York City firefighter. Utilizing exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and firsthand accounts from past and present firefighters, this special explores life in one of the world's most demanding fire departments while illuminating the lives of the often 'strong and silent' heroes.
On September 5, HBO and other networks present this live, multi-platform event to help raise awareness and much-needed funds for the fight against this insidious disease. The one-hour show will feature performances from top recording artists as well as appearances by film and TV stars who will reveal the powerful stories of the progress being made by SU2C-funded research.
Mexican recording artist Thalia performs an array of tracks from throughout her career in this look at her 'Viva!' Tour.
An official selection at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, this documentary revisits one of the most notorious murder trials of the last quarter century: the Pamela Smart case. Remembered for it's lurid tale of sex, drugs, betrayal and murder, it became the first trial to ever receive gavel-to-gavel coverage on TV--and has inspired 25 years of shows, books, plays, and movies.
Winner of the Directing Award for U.S. Documentaries at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, this film looks into the case to overturn California's 'Proposition 8' ban on same-sex marriage, while following the unlikely team that took the first federal marriage equality lawsuit to the U.S. Supreme Court.
For the government of Belarus, uncensored art is a criminal activity. This documentary, comprised of smuggled footage and uncensored interviews, provides a front-row seat to the Belarus Free Theater: a performance art resistance movement against Europe's last remaining dictatorship. Director Madeleine Sackler goes behind the scenes with this imaginative and subversive troupe.
The obsessive culture of online gaming and the dangers of virtual living are seen through the devastating case of a South Korean couple charged with neglect after the death of their baby in this documentary. The child's tragic death of malnutrition in 2010 became an international story when it was revealed the parents had neglected the infant for an online fantasy game.
A darker side of the FBI's war on terror is seen in this shocking expose of a notorious case. The 'Newburgh Four' were four street criminalswho were lured by an FBI informant into a plot to bomb Jewish synagogues. Featuring FBI hidden camera footage, the film probes the FBI's involvement in the case--and reveals how they often target Muslim communities in poor neighborhoods.
From 1971 to 1973, Richard Nixon secretly recorded his private conversations in the White House. This film chronicles the content of those tapes, which include Nixon's conversations on the war in Vietnam, the Pentagon Papers leak, his Supreme Court appointments, and more--while also exposing shocking statements he made about women, people of color, Jews, and the media.
This heartwarming film focuses on Kandice, Alexa and Amanda, three young girls who are all experiencing hair loss due to illness. Their embarrassment and insecurity have been curtailed, however, because of Locks of Love--a non-profit organization where employees painstakingly create custom-molded wigs that allow the girls to feel like themselves once again.
'Autopsy' has uncovered the secrets behind dozens of homicides and suspicious or unsolved deaths, as revealed by some of America's foremost forensic pathologists. Now, see many of the shows' most unforgettable moments in this special 'best-of' edition.
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