I've mentioned this one before, and I'll do it again. This movie is vile and I hate watching it, because it makes me feel sick - And it should! I hope you'll hold your guts and get through this, because everybody kind of needs to! Available legally for free here: http://earthlings.com/
Ashes and Snow: The Film(2005)
Originally an installation by Canadian artist Gregory Colbert. As far as I learned he's been working on it since 1992 and is the most visited exhibition ever, with more than 10 billion guests. It consists of lots and lots of still photos, a few videos, and a narrator that will say things like: "The whales do not sing because they have an answer. They sing because they have a song". The movie is really spacy, but if you ever have a spare 63 minutes it is really beautiful and worth watching!
Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead(2005)
I was introduced to this recently, and I especially liked the second part of the movie, that surprised me a lot. It should be mentioned that I'm not advocating using this diet, nor never did it myself or anything. I just like the story of how Phil is so unhappy, and decides to do something about it!
A movie about the American food industry, with a lot of material from one of my favorite authors Michael Pollan. I love talking about maize.
Capitalism: A love story(2009)
It's kind of boring, but you kind of have to watch it.
The Human Scale(2012)
About great cities based on the work by Danish architect Jan Gehl - And actually what we are working with at school right now!
Jiro Dreams of Sushi(2011)
I could watch this countless time - The sushi is absolutely perfect, the movie is perfectly done, the ambiance in the restaurant, the wisdom and the philosophy from both Jiro and his sons and workers. This movie is perfection and it is very clever. Go watch it!(Because I just got an urge to watch it just ooone moooreee tiiimeee)