An Inconvenient Truth(2006)

This Al Gore documentary shifted climate change from a fringe issue to a global concern, sparking widespread awareness and action​

Blackfish (2013))

Exposing the grim reality of orca captivity in theme parks, this film led to public outcry and policy changes in the treatment of marine animals

Super Size Me  (2004)

Morgan Spurlock's experiment of eating only McDonald's for 30 days highlighted the health risks of fast-food, influencing public discourse on obesity and fast-food industry practices

The Thin Blue Line  (1988)

Errol Morris’s film about the wrongful conviction of Randall Adams reshaped the criminal justice landscape and underscored the power of documentary storytelling

Bowling for Columbine" (2002)

Michael Moore's exploration of gun culture in the U.S. after the Columbine massacre sparked debates on gun control and violence

13th  (2016)

Ava DuVernay’s examination of mass incarceration and racial injustice in America, highlighting the loophole in the 13th Amendment, led to discussions on criminal justice reform

Food, Inc.  (2008)

Revealing the harsh realities of industrial food production, this documentary fostered a reevaluation of food choices and policies regarding factory farming and GMOs

The Act of Killing  (2012)

Portraying the Indonesian mass killings through the eyes of the perpetrators, this film shed light on the normalization of violence and the distortion of history

The Cove (2009)

 Uncovering dolphin hunting in Japan, this film's intense narrative and undercover operations sparked global outrage and a call for marine conservation​

Hearts and Minds  (1974)

A critical look at the U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War, this film peeled back layers of official narratives to reveal the conflict's human cost