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Passionate about ocean life, a filmmaker sets out to document the harm that humans do to marine species - and uncovers alarming global corruption.
While not all of these documentaries exhort workers of the world to unite, they do take a critical look at the darker side of the profit motive.
This list rounds up some of the most popular and highly regarded nature documentaries of all time, spoiler alert--there's a lot of David Attenborough.
In an era when US presidential candidates deny climate change, these documentaries play a crucial role by presenting evidence and helping viewers visualize the magnitude and impact of climate change.
These activists and conservationists use documentary film making as a powerful tool to expose and end animal abuse.
Oceans cover more than two-thirds of Earth's surface, so the sheer number of documentaries that dive beneath the waves is hardly surprising.
These documentaries do not expose specific abuses of corporations or governments, but rather challenge the fundamental philosophy and power dynamics at the heart of neoliberal capitalism.
Forget your British Baking shows, these documentaries take a critical look at the gastronomy-industrial complex, and don't like what they see.