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‘PUNCHED OUT’: The Life and Death of Hockey Enforcer Derek Boogaard

This is a three-part 36-minute documentary produced by The New York Times about Derek Boogaard, a hockey player for N.Y. Rangers, who packed one of the hardest punches in the league. Eventually all of those punches caught up with him.

‘LONELY BOY’: A Short Documentary About the Early Days of Teen Idol Paul Anka

One of the biggest teen idols of the late ’50s, Paul Anka moved to the adult sphere several years later and became a successful performer, songwriter, music businessman, and recording artist, remaining so well into the new millennium. Born in…

‘How to Make Money Selling Drugs’ Has Tabloid Feel But It Delivers

Not having seen Eugene Jareki’s “The House I Live In,” the other anti-drug war doc released in 2012, I can only say that it’s got a high bar if it aims to better “How to Make Money Selling Drugs.” It…

The Making of ‘Waiting For Lightning’

“Waiting for Lightning,” director, Jacob Rosenberg, talks about how he got started shooting skateboarding, his relationship with Danny Way and what made him want to make the documentary. Get an insiders perspective on Danny Way’s new movie in this segment…

The Wonderful World of Cats

Incredible documentary examining the popularity of domesticated cats and their big cat counterparts in the wild – lions, tigers, cheetahs. How one of nature’s most efficient killers became one of human’s most beloved companions.

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