If you are looking for movies like The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos (2008), you might like movies tagged with keyword : fascinating, playful, striking, tanzania, africa, lake, nature, animal kingdom, life cycle, ecology, discovery, growing up, transformation, 2000s .
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Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet narrate an exploration of the exotic and rarely seen ecosystems that thrive in the deepest sections of the ocean. Divers photograph the most colorful undersea life, highlighting the symbiosis and biological traits these undersea creatures have developed to survive at such depths. Turtles gather algae to clean their shells, giant squid rapidly change color and divers witness the yearly spawning of a coral reef in the Gulf of Mexico.Stream Full Movie
Although "Mardi Gras" immediately brings to mind New Orleans for most people, the first Mardi Gras in America was actually held in Mobile, Ala., over 300 years ago. Remarkably, even in 2007, the festivities remain racially segregated, with two pairs of kings and queens -- one black, one white. Filmmaker Margaret Brown takes us through the divided zones of Mobile's current Mardi Gras celebrations as numerous participants attempt to initiate an integration between black and white revelers.Stream Full Movie
In this film, documentarian Pearl Gluck chronicles her Hasidic Jewish upbringing and her subsequent, more secular life as a Manhattanite. Gluck then documents her return trip to her old neighborhood, where she tries to reconcile with her devout father, who hopes that she will move back to Brooklyn. Gluck strikes an on-camera compromise with her dad, and agrees to trek to Hungary in order to find a long-lost family heirloom -- a couch that many notable rabbis have crashed on.Stream Full Movie
Filmmakers Kief Davidson and Richard Ladkani profile Basilio, a 14-year-old Bolivian who supports his family by working in a silver mine. Like his fellow workers, the boy looks to Satan for protection from the daily hazards he encounters in the bowels of the Earth.Stream Full Movie
This U.K.-produced HBO documentary covers the spread of AIDS in South Africa, focusing on an orphanage called Agape, founded by one "Grandma" Zodwa Mqadi. The story centers on the local children's choir as they rehearse for a trip to England, and follows the Moya family as they struggle with the disease, which has plagued the region. Notable names such as Lorraine Bracco, Alicia Keys, Paul Simon and Kanye West appear as themselves to help carry the narrative along.Stream Full Movie
Hubert Sauper's Oscar-nominated documentary about the Nile perch, a species introduced into Lake Victoria as an experiment in the sixties. Since then, the fish has not only wiped out the lake's other marine life, but also has a tendency to consume its own young. Unfortunately, the Nile perch is also the region's most profitable export. Everyone with a stake in the market downplays the ecological disaster.Stream Full Movie