In the new century, new lists of "most" have been published on movie sites and magazines: the best movies of the century, the best animations, the best series and the best Short films. Of course, a very important type of cinema called "documentary cinema" is not far behind and a list of the best documentaries of the present century has been provided to cinema lovers so that they can review the best documentaries of documentary cinema based on this list.>
If you are a fan of documentary cinema, you can follow the most important documentaries of the century through the list below. "Miranda Siegel" has been released and includes the most influential films of this kind in the last 20 years.
1. Talisman ( Spellbound )
- Director: Jeffrey Blitz
- Cast: Harry Altman, Angela Arnivar, Ted Brigham
Jeff Blitz's account of eight participants in the Spelling B national spelling contest and their families resonates deeply, including that each person is fluent in the language English in this contest seems to be a seal of approval for the extent to which he is American! In the second half of the film, the sudden elimination of the characters of the contest, such as the stories of "Agatha Christie", causes the audience to be suspended from each of the letters of the words of the contest. For the Iranian audience, who are not very familiar with the word "spelling" competitions, watching this film is a fun and suspenseful experience. The film's widespread acclaim from critics and audiences sparked a flurry of competition-oriented documentaries in the United States.
1. Fahrenheit 11/9 (11/9 Fahrenheit )
- Director: Michael Moore
- Actors: Michael Moore, George W. Bush, Donald Rumsfeld
- Product: 2004
"Michael Moore" is a familiar character to us. His films have been widely broadcast on Iranian television due to their critical themes of the policies of right-wing US governments, and have been praised at various domestic festivals, and even invited during Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's tenure. Let Iran be present too! After making the world-acclaimed documentary Bowling for Columbine, Moore turned to a hot topic called The Events of 9/11.
Audience. It is not a lasting effect and has an expiration date, but since it is an anti-propaganda action against one of the monsters of the time, it can be recommended to others to see it!
3. Exit Through The Gift shop ( Exit Through The Gift shop )
- Director: Banksy
- Actors: Banksy, Mr. Brinwash
- Product: 2010
Banksy is a full-fledged artist. A graffiti artist living in England whose real name and identity no one seems to know, but most of the world is familiar with the impressive works he has painted on the walls of London. Works that have become valuable works of art over time and have even been sold in bizarre forms at major auctions!
The film narrates the bizarre relationship of a shopkeeper with an amateur filmmaker. Banksy's long, brilliant jokes in the film show how far the lines between reality and fiction can be blurred and documented in terms of both fiction and reality.
4. Bus 174 ( Bus 174 )
- Director: Jose Padia
- Actors: Sandro Donacimento
- Product: 2002
In 2000, Sandro de Nascimento, a poor young man, took passengers on Bus No. 174 hostage for four hours. The incident was broadcast live on television. The film examines the incident and the way of life in the slums of Rio de Janeiro and how the Brazilian judiciary's treatment of the lower classes.
"Bus 174" is a unique non-fiction film They are narrated live and in the present, but they turn to a classic and tragic film.
5. Grizzly Man ( Grizzly Man )
- Director: Werner Herzog
- Actors: Timothy Tridwell, Werner Herzog
Herzog's documentaries are more popular than his feature films, and Grizzly Man is one of the reasons for its popularity. The film is a portrait of Timothy Tridol. The homeless man who took pictures and videos of the bears with a certain perfectionism, and eventually he and his poor fianc both fell prey to one of the grizzly bears and became one of his meals.
One of the masterpieces of the film is where " Herzog interrupts Tridol's personal film and cuts the image of himself listening to the real moments of his and his fiance's death with headphones. "Herzog" announces after this scene that no one should ever hear these sounds.
6. Marwencol ( Marwencol )
- Director: Jeff Malmberg
- Actors: Mark Hogan Camp
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In April 2000, Mark Hogan Camp was beaten to death by five drunken men outside the pub just for wearing women's clothing. He spent the next 40 days of his life in hospital. This incident caused him to lose his memory to a great extent.
Art as Stabilization, Art as Healing, Art as Escape: The film is about a man who suffers a terrible blow Seeing a lot of brain-physical damage in a fight, he starts to build an amazing little miniature town with great details. The audience is obsessed with the film with an attractive and brilliant journey into the vortex.
7. From Time and City (O f Time And City )
- Director: Terence Davis
- Product: 2008
The filmmaker portrays his life in the 1950s and 1960s through archival news and documentary films, using contemporary music, commentary, and classical music.
The great Terence Davis In this film, he creates a melancholy and bitter tragedy about his hometown Liverpool, but like all his works, the main theme of his film is exposing himself to any retouching. The film is both a religious homage to Liverpool and a self-confessed hadith.
8. March of the Penguins ( March of the Penguins )
- Director: Luke Jacques
- Product: 2005
Every winter in the ruthless and icy deserts of Antarctica, in the center of the most unfavorable area of the earth, a remarkable journey takes place that has been going on for thousands of years. The emperor penguins, in their thousands, leave the security and water of their home, the ocean, and barely move through the frozen ice to begin their long journey to distant regions.
If the penguin is a favorite animal Yours, this Oscar-winning documentary will maximize your satisfaction!
The Penguins Parade has a winner, and that is the location of the film. The documentary "Penguin Parade" accompanies the emperor penguins on their winter migration and reveals amazing facts about their lives.
9. Taxi to the Dark Side ( Taxi to the Dark Side )
- Director: Alex Gibney
- Product: 2007
Another Oscar documentary in this list. A film criticizing US policies on the phenomenon of torture and interrogation, and in particular the CIA's use of this tactic to confess to defendants. He is arrested and tortured. The film shows you the terrifying human ability to oppress in a horrible way and makes you think about this sinister ability.
10. Armadillo ( Armadillo )
- Director: Janusz Metz
- Product : 2010
Although with an unbiased look , This documentary follows a group of Danish soldiers stationed in Afghanistan who, after confronting the Taliban and after being attacked several times by them, violently and eagerly kill the Taliban, and after this massacre with high morale. And they return to their bases with great excitement.
The film is surprisingly lyrical and one of the best war documents available about Iraq and Afghanistan. A film that made many Danes think about their identities.
11. Abuse of Position ( Inside Job )
- Director: Charles Ferguson
- Product: 2010
Documentary In five chapters on the global economic crisis, which was sparked by the privatization of banks in Iceland and became a crisis in the United States. It can be said that the story of the 2008 financial crisis in the United States, which spread to the whole world, was much more complex than being portrayed convincingly and clearly in a film.
Documentary Charles Ferguson The claim is a resounding "no" and puts the crisis firmly on the shoulders of criminals who, out of greed and selfishness, plunged the world into a deadly economic crisis.
12. Man On Wire ( Man On Wire )
- Director: James Marsh
- Product: 2008
Another Oscar. In this documentary, Marsh tells the story of the adventurous Philip Petty walking on a wire between the towers of New York's World Trade Center in the 1970s. Called. But the documentary and re-enactment of the "March" documentary of "Petty"'s game between the two towers of the late World Trade in the seventies can be considered more of a document of salvation of this prosperous and golden decade. A playful and captivating film that was able to present to the world a pleasant and necessary image of the famous towers that collapsed after the tragic events.
13. Food Factory ( Food Inc )
- Director: Robert Conner
- Actors: Eric Schlosser, Michael Polan
- Product: 2008
In this documentary, we look at the food cycle of the American people at different stages. This entertaining documentary made a lot of people interested in itself, and it was no surprise: because it is about where most of the food we eat comes from, and it goes to five food-producing super-companies and shows a huge amount of our food is the product of this They are companies, not nature and small family farms.
The film takes a critical look at the industrial production of food and considers it a destructive phenomenon for the environment and the world in which we live.
14. An Inconvenient Truth ( An Inconvenient Truth )
- Director: Davis Guggenheim
- Actors: Al Gore
- Product: 2006
The Oscar-winning documentary "Guggenheim" deals with the pollution of the environment by humans and how humans willingly or unwillingly expose themselves to the greatest dangers without a moment's hesitation. Consider the consequences.
Al Gore, Bill Clinton's first vice president and a failed former US presidential candidate known for his efforts to protect the environment, is the film's true author and creator. Like a prophet, he reports in a terrifying voice about the earth's climate change and shakes you to the bone. By making this documentary, Davis not only helped to reconstruct the image of Al Gore, who put the issue of climate change at the forefront of public discourse and published heroic documents in this regard.
15 . ( Super Size Me )
- Director: Morgan Sperlock
- Actors: Morgan Sperlock, Alexandra Jamieson
- Product: 2004
If you are a fan of fast food pills, "Make Me Fat" will make you think and think about your lifestyle. Morgan Sperlock, who is in good physical condition, embarks on a dangerous journey into the world of McDonald's fast food and decides to eat all three of his meals for a month. Get out of a McDonald's restaurant and test the results of fast food addiction on his body. Apply in its policies.
16. Catfish ( Catfish )
- Director: Henry Just, Ariel Schulman
- Actors: New Schulman, Henry Just, Ariel Schulman
- Product: 2010
Young filmmakers record their online friendship with a young woman and her family, leading to an unexpected set of discoveries./p>
The term "catfish" is now synonymous with misrepresentation of online content, and for this reason many are still pessimistic about the influential documentary "Just" and "Schulman"! The film is about the consequences of the influence of the Internet on human relationships and the things that we easily hide from others in the context of these relationships.
17. ( The Fog Of War )
- Director: Orwell Morris
- Actors: Robert McNamara
- Product: 2003
In this film, US Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, from 1961 to 1968, is asked questions about his role in the Vietnam War. The title of the film is derived from the military concept of "war fog"; A term that refers to the difficulty of making a decision in the midst of conflict. Future events (the war in Iraq) also act as a predictor and win the Academy Award for Best Documentary.
18. ( Nostalgia for the Light )
- Director: Patricio Guzman
- Actors: Gasper Galaz, Lotaro Noniz, Louise Henriks
- Product: 2010
In this film, the director focuses on comparing the similarities between the research of astronomers in tracing the past of Chilean men and women, still after For years, they have been searching for the remains of their loved ones who were executed by Pinochet.
The documentary "Tree of Life" by Terence Malik. The film takes a cosmic look at politics and the collective memory of the Chilean people. In the Atacama Desert of Chile, the driest place on earth, the director pursues two groups: astronomers observing the very clear sky and women searching for the bodies of their friends and family by the Pinochet military regime. Have been abandoned. Deep and poetic lamentations about government massacres and unmarked graves.
19. Metallica: Some Kind of Monster ( Metallica: Some Kind of Monster )
- Director: Joe Berlinger, Bruce Sinofski
- Actors: James Hatfield, Lars Ulrich , Kirk Hemmat
- Product: 2004
A psychological banquet for Metallica band members and junkies who have been in poor mental health since 2001 Until 2003, after the break-up, he portrayed the band Jason Newstead. And their musical ideas are gone. The film was supposed to be a promotional video, but the directors' camera made its way to Metallica's therapy group sessions, capturing an epic of creativity and self-destruction.
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