My interest in documentaries and podcasting has been increasing lately, So I thought why not make my top documentary Recommendation list if you love quality content and looking to watch good documentary on Netflix and Amazon Prime do check out the below list.
So after Writing for the top 10 Podcast (the podcast I listen to) below are my top documentary recommendation to watch, so here we go.
1) Fyre Festival – For Those of you don’t know what Fyre festival was, the Fyre Festival was the biggest music festival scam which never happened. The event was supposed to happen at Pablo Escobar’s island and then changed to Exuma private island. Billy Mc Farland (founder) along with Ja Rule (rapper) scammed the whole bunch of people with millions of money.
This is exactly the right documentary about the social media age and the so-called influencers. How a specific guy took advantage of the whole absurdity in order to make a profit and turned out to be a huge crook, taking full exploitation of the morons who are so into the lifestyle of the 21st century
2) Ear Buds The Podcasting Documentary – This all about podcasting, As a huge podcast consumer. this was an eye-opener for me on how big the podcasting industry today is and how bigger it will be in the near future. Ear Buds is a documentary finding the deep root connection between fans and podcasters, that don’t exist in any other content platform.
3) Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things: – As someone who thinks of something new every day imagining what new things or materialistic possessions would make a person appear cool in society, to get more social acceptance. The documentary explains the art of living simple and having very few basic needs which are necessary and a better life can be without being a materialistic person in the world. This documentary reverse-engineers thinking of how your life be better with less.
4) What the Health (2017) –
What the health is made by the award-winning filmmakers of Cowspiracy, this art is a groundbreaking feature-length documentary that follows the exciting journey of Kip Andersen (intrepid filmmaker), as Andersen uncovers the impacts of processed industrial animal foods on the greater community and even our personal health. Kip Andersen explores why famous health organizations promote the industry even after countless medical studies and research showing the deleterious effects of these products on our health.
Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret (2014)
Follow the humorous and shocking, journey of the famous environmentalist Kip Andersen (filmmaker), as Andersen challenges to find the real solution to the environmental issues and road to sustainability. The answers that are so disturbing that it’s the rare film that had an immediate impact on my thinking of the meat and the food I consume. Basically the film questions on how much does modern animal farming contributes to pollution problems and global warming ?” And the answer is, more than trucks, cars, planes, cars and all other transportation modes combined and even more depending on the metrics used to calculate.
5) The True Cost (2015)
Exploring the impact of fashion on people and the planet the True Cost is a documentary film that shows the Dark Side of the fashion Industry. how this industry exploits poor and makes billions out of it by paying cheap and minimum labors and the end product is sold for millions and the laborers don’t have any power to bargain for more. I have seen many documentaries, but when it comes to human exploitation this is by far the most question arising documentaries I have ever seen.
6) Forks Over Knives (2011)
Forks Over Knives is the best documentary I have watched after IMDB’s recommendation (after watching Cowspiracy and What the health) there are lots of documentaries about the American diet and health disaster. Lee Fulkerson’s “Forks Over Knives” makes the case that simply switching from an animal-based diet to a plant-based one is the best thing that one can do not only for himself but also for the planet.
The documentary Forks Over Knives focuses on the work of Drs. Colin Campbell and Caldwell Esselstyn who researched the health problems of junk foods over the years. The increased production of processing of foods after WWII led to more dangerous diseases like Cancer and Heart diseases.