This won the Oscar for documentary but I'm guessing most haven't heard of it and I want everyone to watch it. Love the intrigue, the music and the man.
Movie Genre: Documentary
If you love small farms, if you care about our food system, if you believe in business fairness, you need to watch this. It's really unbelievable.
"Every year in America we throw away 96 billion pounds of food - 263 million pounds a day." This short film tries to pack in a ton of information and entertainment to demonstrate this fact and its impact. There's a little dumpster diving, too.
F is for FATHERHOOD in this funny and revealing documentary. Skater Tony Hawk and punk rock musicians from Everclear, Devo, Black Flag, The Adolescents, NOFX, Rancid, Pennywise, Red Hot Chili Peppers,...
This fascinating documentary traces the hopeful rise and ultimate demise of the Priutt-Igoe Apartments, an ambitious experiment in modernist public housing in post-WWII St. Louis. Razed less than 30 years after they were built, Priutt-Igoe became an infamous worst case scenario of...
The trials of Mark and Mike (burn-outs and aspiring film makers in Wisconsin) and their horror film Coven is the subject of this hilarious and touching documentary. Will Uncle Bill remember his one line? Will the birds stop chirping while they try to film death and destruction? Will they even...
A documentary about eight kids who are on the quest to become the national spelling bee champion. Who would've thought that a movie about spelling could be entertaining, funny, sad and full of suspense? Check it out, you'll be surprised.
A beautiful celebration of a reinvigorated art and craft movement in America.
OK, ignore the creepy animation bits. The rest is a pure joy to watch. Dirt! It's fascinating!
You will be sick and you will be heartened. Daniel Ellsberg is an amazing human.
After seeing concert footage, new interviews with surviving members Mike Watt and George Hurley, and hearing amazing stories from people like John Doe (X), Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth) and even Mike Watt's mom, I dare you not to love this band. A must-see for any fan of punk/hardcore.
A surprisingly uplifting look at the experience and aftermath of Katrina for one couple.
This is not a great film but you should watch it anyway. And lay off the Roundup...
Everyone is talking about global warming; you don't hear so much about water issues. You will be angered by what you learn in this film which isn't a bad thing.
It's amazing what a crazy person and a messed up legal system can do to your life.
Other documentaries about the Clash have adequately revealed the facts about the band and its frontman Joe Strummer. While The Future Is Unwritten covers some of the same ground, it also reveals Strummer as a human being and not just a rock icon -- sometimes in an unflattering light. A...
What the Bible tells different folks about loving gay children is very interesting and heartbreaking.
Documentary? Drama? Mockumentary? It's just too good to be totally true and yet...
A documentary about Haitian radio hero Jean Dominique who was assassinated in the middle of the several national crises in the last decade. What makes this film compelling beyond the subject matter is the depth to which you come to know Dominique since Demme began filming him decades prior to...
If you seek a meditative, calming film, let it be this. With no narration, this documentary beautifully captures the rituals and daily life of a Carthusian monastery in the French Alps.
Ray weaves together Tibetan and Chinese history, the Dalai Lama's biography, rare archival footage, and a great interview with His Highness to create an uplifting film despite the gravity of some of the topics. I dare you not to smile.
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