Saturday, February 20, 2016

Documentary Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock Lists His Favorite Top Documentaries to Watch

Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock, best known for documentary films such as "Super Size Me" (2004) and "The Greatest Movie Ever Sold" (2011), sits down with UK-based film magazine Total Film and tells them some of his favorite top documentaries.

I love documentaries, so I compiled Spurlock's suggestions in a short list for future reference.

  1. "Searching for Sugar Man" (2012) by director Malik Bendjelloul
  2. "The Imposter" (2012) by director Bart Layton
  3. "The War Room" (1993) by directors Chris Hegedus and D.A. Pennebaker (Watch on YouTube)
  4. "The King of Kong" (2007) by director Seth Gordon (Watch on YouTube)
  5. "Heavy Metal Parking Lot" (1986) by directors John Heyn and Jeff Krulik (Watch on YouTube)
  6. "Hands on a Hard Body: The Documentary" (1997) by director S.R. Bindler
  7. "American Movie" (1999) by director Chris Smith
  8. "Brother's Keeper" (1992) by directors Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky
  9. "Stevie" (2002) by director Steve James (Hoop Dreams)

Featured image: George Stephanopoulos and James Carville in "The War Room" (1993). Via Cagey Films.

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