List of 2013 documentary films? It is only through knowing the mistakes of other people, that we get to realize how we need to stop them in future. Documentary films provide us with an amazing opportunity to peek into the lives of different people and events and learn something from it. Here is a list of some top documentary films of 2013.
Directed by Alex Gibney, this is an amazing documentary, based on Ocras- killer whales. The movie tells how Ocras attacks are not a result of their wild nature, but a result of mistreatment by humans.
Directed by a twice Oscar-winning director, Barbara Kopple, this movie shows the sufferings of the Hemmingway family. A number of suicides and inherited mental illness running in the family is the reason why Hemmingways grabbed so much attention.
Directed by Joshua Oppenheimer, the movie focuses on the dreadful event of killing of thousands of people in the 20th century by Indonesia death squad. It is an interesting documentary.
Everything has a cost associated with it. But what is the cost of freedom? Well, this documentary directed by Jehane Noujaim focuses on the Egyptian revolution through the perspective of those who had to suffer
Directed by Fredrick Wiseman, this movie offers an insight into the University of California, Berkeley. It is a very good effort at knowing the culture, tradition, and environment of this amazing university and portraying it so well.
The director, Sarah Polley, transforms her personal life events into a good and interesting documentary film. It shows her important life events, which she thinks to be very astonishing and painful.
Documenting the fatal day of 13th May 1985, the director Jason Osder shows the violent events that took place on this day in Philadelphia. It is a good effort at recreating this day in the form of a documentary to show the harmful events.
Directed by Zachary Heinzerling, the movie shows how an 80 year old man, who was a boxer, still dreams like a 20 year old. It is an interesting documentary to watch.
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