Peter Bradshaw: Best Documentaries 2011
Skrevet den 08-12-2011 21:47:57 af Tue Steen Müller
The film critic of The Guardian has made his contribution to the yearly stupid, popular and funny tradition of making your favourite list of films from the year that goes towards its end. Here it is, tomorrow I will make my list and I promise it will be less anglosaxon. To excuse Bradshaw I guess I have seen more documentaries than he has:
Senna (dir. Asif Kapadia)
George Harrison: Living in the Material World (dir. Martin Scorsese)
Cave of Forgotten Dreams (dir. Werner Herzog)
Pina (dir. Wim Wenders)
Inside Job (dir. Charles Ferguson)
Dreams of a Life (dir. Carol Morley)
Bobby Fischer Against the World (dir. Liz Garbus)
Waste Land (dir. Lucy Walker) (Photo)
TT3D: Closer to the Edge (dir. Richard de Araques)
Project Nim (dir. James Marsh)
- where you will also find his lists of fiction films.
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