Documentaries from Amazon.com
If you’re looking for a way to combine entertainment with education, the documentaries from Amazon.com can be as thrilling as they are informative. You can find documentaries from some of the top researchers and documentarians to educate you on some of the most pressing issues and fascinating topics of today.
We carry a wide variety of documentaries in a huge selection of subjects to choose from, enough to engage every member of the family. History documentaries can be a great way to enrich your education about some of the most influential events, people, and civilizations of all time. Documentaries on the Roman Empire, Indian civilization, and others can increase your knowledge of world cultures, while portraits of World War II and other events can help you understand major world events that still have repercussions today.
Rock-umentaries and musical documentaries can be great movies to watch to see how rock stars and the biggest pop music sensations got to where they are today. Documentaries like Sound City, Michael Jackson: This Is It, and others contain great stories of what happens behind the scenes in the music industry and the work that goes into creating some of the greatest performances. Many of the movies offered on Amazon.com can be either bought and downloaded electronically (with some including a Digital HD with Ultraviolet copy, too!), or rented digitally for an immediate viewing.
We also have a great collection of research- and science-focused documentaries to inform you on some of the newest and most exciting development in technology, new findings in archaeology, and much more. The popular NOVA series is a great source of information about a variety of subjects, including animal intelligence, evolution, glacial formation, and others. We even carry all sorts of nature documentaries on beautiful animals, colorful birds, and exotic natural locations for those who want to virtually travel to the jungles of Costa Rica, African savannahs, and oceans around the world.
Expanding your mind is enjoyable, entertaining, and fun with the exciting selection of documentaries from Amazon.com.