I'm a bit of a film/documentary fiend. So I thought I'd share a few worth worth watching.
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I really like this one. The coconut revolution follows the story of the indigenous peoples of Bougainville in their fight to protect their land. When a large multinational mining company starts carving up Bougainville island it marks the beginning of a "coconut revolution".
A hilariously quirky look at one guy's journey and passion to make film. Just watch it.
About the daring adventure exploring rainforest canopy with a novel flying device-the Jungle Airship.
I particularly like this scene - www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1x3WqDD-T8
"Locked away from the outside world in a Manhattan apartment, the Angulo siblings satisfy their curiosity, imagination and need to explore by re-enacting their favorite movies."
"A documentary that explores the challenges that a life in music can bring. "
I like this one because it gave me my favorite Brian Eno Quote
"It's only art".
I watched the first few episodes back to back. Literally watching peoples lives unfold through the years. Fantastic
"A pastor sparks a controversy in his North Dakota town by opening his church doors to homeless workers who are seeking jobs at nearby oil fields."
A great doco I saw during the Sydney film festival. It follows Hayo Miyazaki during the making of "The Wind Rises". A Must see for any Studio Ghibli fan.
Following the quirky chaotic life, work and 40 year Marriage between artists Ushio Shinohara and Noriko.
English film maker Marc Singer follows a group of people living in the abandoned tunnels of the New York Underground.
“When I first came down in the tunnel, It looking dangerous man, looking real dangerous. Even in the day time it was dark. And like, I was scared”