Jun 24, 2020

Docuseries

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  • Release: October 1, 2010

    For better or worse, Facebook changed the way that modern humans interact forever. Though Aaron Sorkin and David Fincher’s portrayal of Mark Zuckerberg’s rise to prominence doesn’t change the way that we watch movies, it’s still one of the decade’s most important films.

    Starring Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, and Justin Timberlake, The Social Network is equal parts informative, tense, and gripping. The film does more than rundown the historical dates and times. It critiques the creation itself, pokes holes in its “utopian” philosophy of interconnectedness, and questions all those involved in creating it.

  • Not only does Disney+ stream beloved shows and movies you’ve already seen, but there’s also a great amount of new documentaries to check out. The Imagineering Story is a docuseries that takes viewers along for an in-depth look at what goes on behind the scenes at Disney. It starts with how Walt Disney started the company, the elaborate building process of their theme parks, and truly opens your eyes to the insane work that makes all the magic happen.

  • The incredible biodiversity of the continent of Africa is showcased in the 2013 BBC Natural History Unit documentary Africa. Six episodes, which are set in different regions, show the incredible geography of the continent and the amazing wildlife that make their home there. The last episode is titled “The Future” and is a rallying call for conservationists. In the episode, host David Attenborough visits a sea turtle rehabilitation center, and showcases organizations that help protect endangered species like the mountain gorilla and black rhino.

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