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Want to get an inside look into a new world or learn something you didn't know before? These documentaries are not only informative, they are exceptionally interesting. Take an inside look at the world of Vogue and its head honcho Anna Wintour in "The September Issue." From the environmentally relevant "An Inconvenient Truth" and socially-inflammatory "Fahrenheit 9/11" to the poignant "Michael Jackson's This Is It," these documentaries will satiate your curious side and are guaranteed to get you thinking.


AUTOMOTIVE MURDER MYSTERY
Who Killed the Electric Car?

Documentary filmmaker Chris Paine takes an in-depth look into the demise of the electric car industry at the beginning of the last decade in this insightful and eyebrow-raising automotive whodunit.

Who Killed the Electric Car?

Kelly Slater in The Ultimate Wave Tahiti 3D

IN PURSUIT OF THE PERFECT RIDE
The Ultimate Wave Tahiti 3D
Nine-time world surfing champion Kelly Slater searches for "The Ultimate Wave" in Tahiti in this documentary that delivers plenty of giant wave action in 3D.


THE KING OF POP'S FINAL BOW
Michael Jackson's This Is It

Originally intended to be a companion piece to Michael Jackson's  2009 comeback concerts, this documentary of the late pop star's final days is now a tribute to his life.

Michael Jackson in This Is It

Anna Wintour in "The September Issue"

THE BEGINNING OF THE END
The September Issue

An insider look into the fiefdom of Anna Wintour, fabled ice queen and editor-in-chief of Vogue, as she prepares the magazine's hallowed September edition.



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