March 29: Going Clear (#29)

Going Clear profiles eight former members of the Church of Scientology, whose most prominent adherents include A-list Hollywood celebrities, shining a light on how the church cultivates true believers, detailing their experiences and what they are willing to do in the name of religion.

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March 24: For the Bible Tells Me So (#24)

For The Bible Tells Me So, a provocative documentary that reconciles homosexuality and Biblical scripture. Through the experiences of five families, we discover how insightful people of faith handle the realization of having a gay child. 

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March 22: The Queen of Versailles (#22)

The Queen of Versailles is a documentary about a billionaire family and their financial challenges in the wake of the economic crisis. The film begins with the family constructing the biggest house in America, a 90,000 sq. ft. palace. 

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March 21: Jordan Rides the Bus (#21)

After leading the Dream Team to an Olympic gold medal in 1992 and taking the Bulls to their third consecutive NBA championship the following year, Jordan retired. In "Jordan Rides the Bus," Ron Shelton revisits Jordan's short career in the minor leagues and explore the motivations that drove the world's best NBA player to go play for a young manager named Terry Francona in the minor leagues.

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March 20: Death By Fire (#20)

Death By Fire is the story of the 2004 execution of Cameron Todd Willingham -- the Texas man convicted for the arson deaths of his three young children -- who may have been wrongfully convicted.

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March 19: JFK: The Smoking Gun (#19)

JFK: The Smoking Gun looks at the assassination of John F. Kennedy through the forensic analysis conducted by Colin McLaren who, by using modern technology to examine every piece of ballistic detail and eye-witness testimony -- solves the greatest cold case mystery of all time and concludes that all evidence points to a 2nd shooter.

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March 18: Tapped (#18)

Are you a drinker of bottled water? Tapped might make you think twice about spending your cash next time once you're educated about many of the facts you aren't being told. 

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March 17: Somm (#17)

Somm is the story of four sommeliers attempting to pass the prestigious Master Sommelier exam, a test with one of the lowest pass rates in the world. How much do you know about wine?

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March 15: The Jinx: The Life & Deaths of Robert Durst (#15)

The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst, a six-part examination of the reclusive millionaire at the heart of three killings spanning four decades. Robert Durst has long been a suspect in the notorious 1982 disappearance of his wife, Kathie and two other slayings of close friends but has consistently maintained his innocence.

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March 14: No Cameras Allowed (#14)

Follow James Marcus Haney’s journey of breaking into music festivals and inserting himself into the world of some of the biggest names in the industry while juggling his relationships that stayed back home. 

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March 13: Man On Wire (#13)

On August 7th 1974, a young Frenchman named Philippe Petit stepped out on a wire illegally rigged between New Yorks twin towers, then the worlds tallest buildings. After nearly an hour dancing on the wire, he was arrested, taken for psychological evaluation, and brought to jail before he was finally released.

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March 12: Cropsey (#12)

Two filmmakers investigate the disappearance of five children and the real boogeyman linked to them in Staten Island, NY. Riveting and bone-chillingly creepy, Cropsey manages to be one of the best documentaries and one of the best horror movies of the year.

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March 11: The Act of Killing (#11)

The Act of Killing won best documentary at the 2014 BAFTA awards. The film focuses on the Indonesian killings of 1965–66, an ostensibly anti-communist purge in which more than 500,000 people were killed. 

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