So, here are 10 Best Documentary Movies of All Time That You Must Watch.
It explores the lives of coal miners and their families in Harlan County, Kentucky. The film focuses on a coal miners’ strike against the Duke Power Company.
When We Were Kings is a documentary film that tells the story of the famous “Rumble in the Jungle” boxing match between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman in 1974.
Shoah is a 1985 French documentary film that explores the Holocaust, with a focus on the experiences of individual Jewish victims, survivors, and witnesses.
The film talks about story of a man named Randall Dale Adams, who was wrongfully convicted of murder and sentenced to death in Texas.
It is a 1989 American documentary film that explores the impact of General Motors’ decision to close several auto plants in Flint, Michigan, and move their production to Mexico.
Fahrenheit 9/11’ is a 2004 documentary film that talks about the presidency of George W. Bush and the events leading up to the Iraq War.
The 2007 American documentary film showcases the state of the U.S. healthcare system.
This 2010 documentary film explores the causes and consequences of the global financial crisis of 2008.
“The Act of Killing” is a 2012 Danish-British-Norwegian documentary film that explores the Indonesian genocide of 1965-66.
The 2014 American documentary film showcases the story of Edward Snowden, the former (NSA) contractor who leaked classified information about government surveillance programs to the media.