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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Dec 19th, 2012, 07:36 PM Thread Starter
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Inspiring Documentaries Thread

hey, i'm searching for new movies and series about arts, design, beauty and all that inspires and uplifts the soul.
I believe that documentaries (and animation) are the best source.

post yours!

I'll go first:

BBC's 4 chapter series of the greatest photographers in a historical approuch:

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Great thread. I love documentaries. I watched an episode of Frozen Planet the other day as well as a doc about the changing distribution of lions in Africa.

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South of the Border is a fave documentary feature film of mine.
The September Issue is fascinating too.
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La Soufrière and The White Diamond by Werner Herzog are two of the most visually breathtaking documentaries I've ever seen.
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