5 of the best documentaries in 2010

Interested to know which are the greatest 5 documentaries of 2010? The next documentaries gotten unaccountable compliments, and obviously will obtain comments in future prizes period. Their design ranging from education, politics, art and finance.

1.Waiting for Superman is impressive story about the failure of the education system in American cities. This documentary features 5 bright students and their battle in order to accomplish despite the challenges they face. The documentary won the Audience Award at Sundance Film Festival and was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize.

2.The Tillman Story is a documentary that says the story of Pat Tillman, that left behind a million dollar commitment with the NFL to join in the Army in 2002. He was killed in Afghanistan in 2007. His story was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance Film Festival.

3.Inside Job. This documentary takes us behind the scenes of American economic crisis in 2008 which in the long run led to the current recession. The documentary is narrated by Matt Damon and directed by Charles Ferguson, who also made the 2007 documentary “No End in Sight.”

4.Exit Through the Gift Shop. This unconventional film, is one of the 5 best documentaries of 2010, which tells the story of a French shop manager who makes friends with a graffiti artist, Banksy. In its turn, Banksy directs this film about the store owner. He was nominated for British Independent Film Award.
5.Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer. This best documentary of 2010 shows the sexual scandal that hitted the New York governor, Eliot Spitzer and focuses in-depth interviews with the politician himself. The documentary was written and directed by Alex Gibney, who is known for his documentaries such as “Taxi to the Dark Side.”

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