One of the most important questions of “Why do we do what?” is investigated in Freakonomics. How effective is the prospect of gaining financial strength in a student’s pursuit of high course grades? Can sumo wrestlers cheat if encouraged? If you analyze human behavior, you can turn even strangers to your brand into loyal customers.
2. Dogtown and Z Boys
Dogtown and Z boys is a 2001 documentary film produced by Agi Orsi and directed by Stacy Peralta. We see Sean Penn in the lead role. We witness the amazing story of Zephyr, a Californian skateboarding team who took the classic skateboarding culture and added new moves to this activity, making it a billion-dollar industry.
3. Print the Legend
Print the Legend, which won a special jury award at two different festivals, is a documentary about 3D printing. Following two 3D companies Makerbot and Formlabs, the movie shows how the two are trying to accelerate the growth of 3D printing. The two startups are making an incredible effort to bring 3D printing to everything, including our daily lives.
4. Steve Jobs: One Last Thing
The PBS-made documentary, which aired right after his death, chronicles Steve Jobs’ journey from the beginning of his career to impressive product presentations. We witness the famous entrepreneur’s life with all its details, from his communication with people, his work, his talents, and his style.
5. Inside Bill’s Brain
Bill Gates is by far one of the most extreme examples for any entrepreneur. Oscar-winning director David Guggenheim shot this documentary in 3 parts. It provides detailed information about Bill Gates’ childhood, education, Microsoft and its growth. You will watch with excitement the extraordinary solution proposals that Bill Gates offers in business life.