1. FYRE: The Greatest Party that Never Happened

This documentary, which centres on the infamous Fyre Festival, explores the circumstances that led to the event's tragic final weekend.

2. The Great Hack

The Great Hack, a documentary on Netflix, discusses the invasion of internet privacy and how companies like Cambridge Analytica used the information that Facebook gave them.

3. Abducted in Plain Sight

This documentary on Netflix will surely send chills down your spine as you see the story of Jan Broberg Felt, who was kidnapped by her neighbour Robert Berchtold on two separate occasions.  

4. Amanda Knox

This 2016 documentary tells the story of Amanda who was accused of murdering Meredith Kercher.  

5. Icarus

As Fogel experiments with doping for an amateur race, the movie follows him. When he delves deeper and discovers a Russian connection who can assist him in slipping through unnoticed, things heat up.

6. Chasing Coral 

The crew behind this disturbing, yet beautiful, documentary literally had to invent their own equipment to showcase the phenomenon of coral bleaching 

7. Cheer

Focusing on the road to a national championship for the ultra-competitive Navarro College team, Cheer exposes the intensity of both the sport itself and the emotional pull behind it for the fascinating teammates  and coach.

8. Chef's Table 

The height of food porn pretentiousness and snobbery is Chef's Table, but who among us is beyond occasionally indulging in a little gorgeously shot, vicarious elitism?

9. The Bleeding Edge 

The Bleeding Edge gives us a view via a group of individuals whose lives have been irrevocably changed by the greater atrocities caused by inadequately tested and in some cases, failed and nonetheless put on the market—surgical technologies,

10. Cuba and the Cameraman 

The fact that director Jim Alpert has been travelling to and filming in Cuba for almost fifty years, capturing the island's radical cultural transformations, is an amazing gift.