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    An award-winning documentary from director Tim Wardle that explores questions of parenting, nature vs. nurture and medical ethics, as told through the incredible story of three men separated at birth.
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    Directed and produced by award-winning filmmakers Betsy West and Julie Cohen, "RBG" details the incredible life and legal legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second woman to ever serve on the Supreme Court.
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    'Love, Gilda': The life of a legend

    Directed by Lisa D'Apolito, this documentary presents a touching tribute to comedic trailblazer Gilda Radner and her enduring cultural impact.
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    'American Jail'

    In this provocative and personal film, Academy Award-winning director Roger Ross Williams explores the forces that fuel America's sprawling prison system.
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    CNN Films takes you inside the powerhouse business of big game hunting, breeding and wildlife conservation.
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    'Jeremiah Tower'

    CNN Films' "Jeremiah Tower" explores the exceptional life of one of the most controversial, outrageous and influential figures in American gastronomy.
  • 'Legion of Brothers'

    This CNN film tells the story of US Special Forces soldiers who played a key role in overthrowing Afghanistan's Taliban regime shortly after 9/11.
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    'The Reagan Show'

    Learn how President Ronald Reagan used his own camera crew to carefully shape his image and push his political agenda.