Man on Wire: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Man_on_Wire
- Encounters at the End of the World (2007)
- Cave of Forgotten Dreams (2010)
- Happy People: A Year in the Taiga (2010)
Into the Abyss
How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck?
kinda changed my perspective on death penalty.
That both Erol Morris and Werner Herzog executive produced after Oppenheimer made it should tell you how formally important it is.
Patricio Guzman: La batalla de chile, Nostalgia de la luz, El boton de nacar (i.e. everything I've seen so far)
Bob Connolly & Robin Anderson - First Contact, Joe Leahy's Neighbours, Black Harvest (Trilogy about a half-white, half-native New Guinean farmer)
Werner Herzog - (apart from those already mentioned) Lessons of Darkness, Les Blank's Burden of Dreams
Everything by Scott Noble - watch on metanoia-films.org/
Bus 174, Harlan Country USA, How To Start A Revolution, Silenced (2014), War on Whistleblowers, The Century of the Self
Man with a Movie Camera, Man on Wire, Dark Days, Kumaré, Dear Zachary, Children Full of Life (2003)
(Well, I didn't expect to get downvoted for that list! I have no idea why. Sorry I bothered.)
Monty Don's Italian Gardens series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OY413RwBzB0
The original Cosmos (Carl Sagan). https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKSi40WEKtMxykDBP8_vr...
The Farmer’s Wife
I have seen "Objectified", "Helvetica", and "Urbanized"; it blew my mind and changed my perspective on so many things I was taking for granted for years, especially around design.
When I first saw him in Objectified I went nuts by what has he done with his design, how he has impacted the world we live in today.
Thanks for letting me know mate, I will check it as soon as possible.
Jeremy Clarkson’s War Stories
For example this one
The timelapse imagery towards the end is existentially distressing.
- Requiem for the American Dream
- VICE s02e01 Afghan Money Pit
- VICE s02e02 Greenland is Melting