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    Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry - Alison Klayman

    Catfish (2010) An unsettling documentary on the fabrics of online social media relationships, and the very thin line between reality and fiction.

    Another great documentary this year. Reminds you that having passion and heart is always a beautiful thing.

    Breast cancer has become the poster child of corporate cause-related marketing campaigns.

    Exit Through The Gift Shop (2010) / 12 Documentaries That Embrace The Art Of Design (via BuzzFeed)

    Helvetica (2007) / 12 Documentaries That Embrace The Art Of Design (via BuzzFeed)

    Contemporary dance is not my thing.

    james marsh, man on wire

    Finding Vivian Maier (2013) A documentary on the late Vivian Maier, a nanny whose previously unknown cache of 100,000 photographs earned her a posthumous reputation as one the most accomplished street photographers.

    Jiro Dreams of Sushi

    first position

    Senna (2010)

    I want to like this so much. It's about programmers. It's about games. And it's a documentary. All things that would normally go over well but something about the storytelling was a little off-putting. I enjoyed it, but just not nearly as much as I thought I would.

    Born Into Brothels: Calcutta's Red Light Kids (2004). A story about the children of prostitutes.

    Life in a Day

    Probably the best music documentary I've seen. I hadn't heard about the band Death before this, and the fact that this is in the punk genre is immaterial. This documentary is really the story of a family and it's a joy to watch their story unfold. Also, it's on iTunes already!

    I really appreciate someone trying to get this message out there in a calm, orderly manner. I think the tea party movement and the occupy movement are both too radical to be taken seriously by the general public. This documentary tries to lay the facts out there and although there is some political slant to the message, I think it's pretty fair to both sides. While I think it's totally worth watching, something about the sound and the graphics and the pacing just seemed a tad bit off.

    Great documentary to watch for people who followed the hearings at the time and people who are just learning about Prof. Hill's contributions to the feminist movement.

    Touching documentary about how cruel kids can really be. Love that this documentary has a rather obvious call to action that is doable by lots, and lots of people.

    Interesting story and eerie.