America's Medicated Kids
America's Medicated Kids is a British documentary that was televised on 18 April 2010. The Louis Theroux documentary ran for 60 minutes. The documentary follows Theroux as he travels to one of Americ...
Ganja Queen
Ganja Queen is an Australian documentary film about the arrest, trial, and imprisonment of Schapelle Corby released in 2007. An expanded version titled Schapelle Corby: The Hidden Truth, was aired by ...
Why Can't We Be a Family Again?
Why Can't We Be a Family Again? is a 2002 American short documentary film directed by Murray Nossel about two African American brothers in Brooklyn struggling to reunite with their mother, a recoveri...
Border (2007 film)
Border is a 2007 documentary directed by Chris Burgard that deals with the United States–Mexico border and the current activities pertaining to it. The film crew visits various states along the borde...
Crackheads Gone Wild
Crackheads Gone Wild is a 2006 documentary produced by Jarrod Donoman about cocaine users in Atlanta.
Crackheads Gone Wild is a documentary created by Daryl Smith about cocaine users in Atlanta.
Radiance: The Experience of Light (film)
Radiance: The Experience of Light is a 1978 short debut film created and narrated by filmmaker, Dorothy Fadiman. The film documents the presence of light as a universal symbol for “Spirit”, to peop...
Grass (1999 film)
Grass: History of Marijuana is a 1999 Canadian documentary film directed by Ron Mann, premiered in Toronto Film Festival, about the history of the United States government's war on marijuana in the 2...
Sins of My Father (film)
Sins of My Father (Spanish: Pecados de mi padre) is a 2009 Argentine-Colombian documentary film directed by Nicolas Entel. It tells the story of the notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar from the ins...
Super High Me
Super High Me is a 2007 documentary film about the effects of smoking cannabis for 30 days. The documentary stars comedian Doug Benson. The documentary's name and its poster are plays on the 2004 doc...
The Union: The Business Behind Getting High
The Union: The Business Behind Getting High is a 2007 Canadian documentary film directed by Brett Harvey. Its theatrical run was limited to film festivals.
The film explores the growth, sale and ...
High on Crack Street: Lost Lives in Lowell
High on Crack Street: Lost Lives in Lowell is a 1995 American documentary film directed by Richard Farrell, Maryann DeLeo and Jon Alpert. It was a co-production of HBO and DCTV, produced by Farrell, ...
Hollywood High (2003 film)
Hollywood High is a 2003 documentary television film about the depiction of drug addiction in film. It was directed by Bruce Sinofsky, and features appearances by Darren Aronofsky, Jared Leto and Hube...
TV Junkie
TV Junkie is a documentary that chronicles Rick Kirkham's drug addiction. Its filmmakers, Michael Cain and Matt Radecki, sifted through the video-diary footage to piece together the story of Kirkham'...
So Much for So Little
So Much for So Little is a 1949 American short documentary film directed by Chuck Jones. It won an Academy Award in 1950 for Documentary Short Subject, tying with A Chance to Live. As a work of the U...
Cocaine Cowboys
Cocaine Cowboys is a 2006 documentary film directed by Billy Corben and produced by Alfred Spellman and Billy Corben through their Miami-based media studio Rakontur. The film explores the rise of co...
Tripping with Caveh
Tripping with Caveh is a 30-minute documentary in which independent filmmaker Caveh Zahedi takes hallucinogenic mushrooms with singer-songwriter Will Oldham. The film was originally intended as the f...
Sundown: The Future of Children and Drugs
Shane Salerno (born November 27, 1972) is an American screenwriter, film and television producer, author, and documentary director. At the age of 24 he co-wrote the worldwide blockbuster Armageddon di...
Meth (film)
Meth is a feature-length documentary on drug abuse among gay men. Paul Morris was a primary producer.
The Self-Destruction of Gia
The Self-Destruction of Gia is a 2003 documentary film about model Gia Carangi and her death. It was directed and produced by J.J. Martin.
In The Self-Destruction of Gia, AN AMERICAN GIRL, filmma...
G (2004 film)
G: Methamphetamine on the Navajo Nation, known simply as G is a 2004 independent documentary film directed and produced by Shonie De La Rosa and Larry Blackhorse Lowe. It explores the effect that me...
To the People of the United States
To the People of the United States is a short propaganda film produced by the US Public Health Service in 1943 to warn the American GIs against syphilis. It was directed by Arthur Lubin.The film ope...
The Pace That Kills
The Pace That Kills is a 1935 American exploitation film directed by William O'Connor. The film, starring Lois January, told the story of a woman called Jane Bradford, who gets involved with a drug d...
Square Grouper: The Godfathers of Ganja
Square Grouper: The Godfathers of Ganja is a 2011 documentary by director Billy Corben (Cocaine Cowboys) and produced by Alfred Spellman and Billy Corben through their Miami-based media studio Rakontu...
One Got Fat
One Got Fat is a 1963 bicycle safety film. It is narrated by F-Troop and Fractured Fairy Tales star Edward Everett Horton.
In the film, ten friends, who are children with monkey faces and tails, ...
Cocaine Cowboys 2
Cocaine Cowboys 2 – formally titled Cocaine Cowboys II: Hustlin' With the Godmother – is a 2008 documentary film sequel to Cocaine Cowboys (2006). Directed by Billy Corben and Lisa M. Perry and produ...