Yes, I do watch a lots of documentaries. So, I thought it would be good idea to share my views on those with everyone. Whenever I will see new documentary, I’ll add here. So, keep yourself glued to this section, if you are documentary freak (just like me)!
Invisible Children is a documentary about the lives of children of Northern Uganda.
Even at this moment, in Uganda, Children as young as 8 are methodically kidnapped from their homes by a rebel group called the “Lord’s Resistance Army” (LRA). The abducted children are then desensitized to the horror of brutal violence and killing, as they themselves are turned into vicious fighters. Some escape and hide in constant fear for their lives. Most remain captive, and grow to maturity with no education other than life “in the bush” and fighting in a guerilla war. (Excerpt from the website Invisible Children) I’m sure everyone will be moved after watching this documentary.
Watch out the documentary from this link.
The Story of Stuff
Ever wondered how things are made? Most of us know only this
Production –> Consumers –> Dump
about the things. But what’s going on behind the scenes? There are lot’s of things going on, which we can’t imagine. We know only a tip of iceberg about the things manufacturing. This documentary will make you think about your buying habits, force you to recycle as much as possible and inspire you for renewable energy options. Must watch if you are true citizen of the world! The Story of Stuff is about 20 minute documentary filled with lots of detail and is definitely fast paced.
You can download the documentary from the website of The Story of Stuff
Unreported World – India: The Broken People
India may have a booming economy with a soaring stock exchange, and fast growing technology and services sector, but Unreported World reveals a much more unpleasant sector of this dynamic society.
Reporter Ramita Navai and producer Siobhan Sinnerton travel through India exposing the horrific plight of the country’s 170 million Dalits – literally, ‘the broken people’ – and previously known as ‘the untouchables’, they are at the bottom of India’s caste system and are some of the most oppressed people on Earth.
Watch the documentary from this link.
Born Into Brothels
Born into Brothels, by Ross Kauffman and Zana Briski, is the winner of the 77th annual Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. A tribute to the resiliency of childhood and the restorative power of art, Born into Brothels is a portrait of several unforgettable children who live in the red light district of Calcutta, where their mothers work as prostitutes. Zana Briski, a New York-based photographer, gives each of the children a camera and teaches them to look at the world with new eyes.
Unreported World – Peru Blood and Oil
Channel 4′s team went to Peru for their Unreported World episode. Unreported World travels deep into the Peruvian jungle to investigate how the government’s auctioning off vast tracts Amazon’s rain-forest to the global inc.. All this lead to major setbacks in the lives of tribal, took their earning away, polluted their environment, and made their lives difficult.
Government authorities are not doing this peacefully but are forcing indigenous to rebel. Many a times tribal people are killed for peaceful protests. Watch a documentary to see another worst face of Africa!
You can watch the documentary from this link.