Happy Sunday, everyone!
Today I’d like to share a few links to a few documentaries that I’ve watched this year.
They’re not new, but I think they’re interesting even if some of them are slow-paced. (They’re thought-provoking, so they’re well worth the time investment.)
If you don’t have time to watch them all, I suggest The Code and Helvetica in particular.
You should be able to watch any of them if you’re in Canada, although I’m not sure if my readers outside Canada can view the documentaries. *Crosses fingers*
Here are the links to some documentaries you can watch for free online:
- The Code – Significant numbers that appear in the natural world
- Helvetica – The power of typography
- The Dark Side of Chocolate – Sombre look at child trafficking & child labour in the cocoa industry
- Exit Through the Gift Shop – The movement of street art
Note: The image used in this post was a screen capture I took from the Helvetica documentary.
What was the last documentary you watched? Do you have any documentary suggestions for me? (I particularly like documentaries about pop culture, marketing, psychology, and feminism.)