The Internet's Own Boy - The Story of Aaron Swartz (2014) - The story of programming prodigy, Reddit co-founder and information activist Aaron Swartz, who took his own life at the age of 26.
Stealing the Superfortress (2001) - How the Soviet Union was able to copy the B-29 Superfortress to create the Tu-4 and it's influence on the Cold War
Boiling Point - Gordon Ramsay documentary (1999) - Boiling Point was the first mass exposure of Ramsay to television audiences, revealing his highly driven, impatient and hot tempered personality which has become his trademark.
Despotism (1946) - Released after WWII, this film illustrates the thesis that all communities can be ranged on a scale running from democracy to despotism. The two chief characteristics of despotism - restricted respect and concentrated power - are defined and illustrated.
Wendell Scott: the first African American to join NASCAR. (2014) He would go on to win what is now the Sprint Cup Series. Despite facing so much racism, he never gave up what he loved to do. 47:05
The Art of Failure: Sonic Boom's Disastrous Development (2019): The story of those behind what is considered the worst video game ever made. [CC]
The Search For Clockman: Nickelodeon's Mysterious Lost Short (2018) - Documentary about the multiple year journey to find a mysterious cartoon someone remembers watching.
In the anime, Ash Ketchum was supposed to be a huge Pokémon fan before he left on his journey. But every time he sees any kind of Pokémon, he has to pull out his Pokédex because he doesn’t know what it is. Ash Ketchum was a poser before he left on his journey.