@Tee : Thanks! Got it written down now.
@Helen: I've added those to my list, thanks!
Just started Being Elmo .. it has a more serious tone than I thought it would have (in a good way) and it's surprisingly sentimental. It's quite good if any of you are interested in checking it out!
I'm definitely going to give The King of Kong a watch and if I can find a good resolution of The Cove it'll be next on my watch list (: I know I saw This Film is Not Yet Rated on Netflix and want to say that I also saw Heckler, so I'll definitely give those two a go one of these nights! Nature...
@rick: I'm watching Bowling for Columbine right now! I took down your other suggestions as well, thanks (:
@sam: Gah, unfortunately I couldn't get through Food Inc. (will have to revisit it later) but I'll have to look up this Salatin fellow
@molestedcow (lol sweet username :lol:) : I want to...
Personally I find B+W nature photography rarely sticks with me, but 6 is so lovely! I love the angle & composition. 8 is definitely a close second.. Happen to catch any geysers?
Makes me want to go to YS right this second instead of waiting for next year, haha.
Thanks for contributing guys. I'm looking up a few right now -- definitely saw a few I skipped over on my own -- and have a list to keep me busy for days haha. Just started Food Inc. and it's good so far!
@Tee: Good luck with surgery! Hope you make a speedy recovery!
I agree with Rick -- 21 is definitely my favorite out of the entire bunch! I'd maybe try and lighten the subject a teeny bit and tone down the overexposed background. Either way, it's still a great shot.
ah, thanks everyone for the great suggestions! I'm compiling a list right now and will probably start with Man on a Wire, Hoop Dreams, Food Inc., and The Cove .. even though I'm afraid the last two will kill me, agh.
@Derrel: oh, awesome suggestion, thanks! that one totally slipped my mind, haha. i'll definitely watch it if i can find it somewhere!
@zombiemann: hm, I've never heard of this one before .. I see that they post on youtube, so I'll probably take a look! Thanks for the suggestion (:
Any kind! Historical, political, cultural, crime, nature -- I'm not picky. I've become sort of a night owl since my dog got surgery (6:00 a.m over here as I'm typing this, blah) and I've started picking through the documentary section of Netflix...
Appreciate any suggestions if you guys have...
Ahh, so late, but thank you very much! You're so lucky to have lived there, that's where we stayed for the first few nights (: We met a lot of people who said they went up for a visit and just never left haha that'll probably be me one day when I go back for another trip when I'm older