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What documentaries did you enjoy the most? What documentaries would you like to recommend to others?

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Here is a new one

HUMAN PLANET









See the stunning audio slideshow by photographer Timothy Allen at the BBC website here.
Where are the links??? Thanks.
I think this is the appropriate link.

Apparently, the videos don't work in my area, but the trailer looks really great.
Not sure why, Radu, but the video disappeared, could you please post a link?

I can see the video.

 

Here's the link.

Now I can see it too. Weird. Thanks for posting the link, Julien.

I love nature documentaries.

I highly recommend the series Planet Earth and Blue Planet. Both are wonderfully filmed and nicely narrated. I liked these so much, I actually bought them in Blu-Ray, and I almost never buy any DVDs or Blu-Rays.

 

Here are a couple of quick videos from that series.

 

The End of the Line is another great documentary on the damage we are doing to our oceans by overfishing:

The End of the Line As the world's demand for fish and other seafood increases and the technology available to commercial fisherman becomes more sophisticated, the annual harvest from global seaports has grown tremendously in recent years.

It can be watched in its entirety here.

Almost anything with Naomi Klein lecturing.
I'm a big an of Naomi Klein, but  haven;t seen any documentaries where she is featured. Can you share some examples with us?
Ken Burn's "The Civil War" was amazing. And his brother's six part series on "New York" was extremely interesting.
The series on the American National Parks was most excellent.
Sicko by Micheal Moore.

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