Year In Review: Documentaries & Biopics
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Year In Review: Documentaries & Biopics

What I Enjoyed Watching in 2016

Year In Review: Documentaries & Biopics
MIT Open Documentary Lab

I've watched some pretty fantastic movies this past year, but documentaries and biographical films have always stood out in my mind. As we come into 2017, I thought I'd retrace some of the most memorable films I've seen this year, ranging from full-length documentaries, to biographical films, to online series.

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Full-Length Documentaries

For the Modern Art Lover: Peggy Guggenheim, Art Addict

For the Feminist-Writer: Everything Is Copy (Nora Ephron: Scripted & Unscripted)

For the College Student: Hunting Ground

(Not) For the Faint of Heart: The Act of Killing

Biographical/Historical Movies

For the Anti-Capitalist: The Big Short

For the LGBT Advocate: Milk

For the Graphic Novelist: Persepolis

For the Cumberbitch: The Imitation Game

Netflix Series

For the Photography Enthusiast: Tales by Light

For the Foodie: Chef's Table

YouTube Series

For the Adventurer: Great Wide Open

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