Updated: Jan 1, 2021
The year of the pandemic, two years of cross-country travel, music, art, social justice, the tech takeover, and rekindled and newly ignited passions inspire my personal 2020/21 watchlist.
There's too much to stream---it's overwhelming to think that it's even possible to watch it all. Who would want to? You won't find Tiger King or Schitt's Creek on my list (nothing against those series, I just chose not to watch them). But, you will find a few select series, films, and documentaries that I enjoyed over the past year. I watched a few remarkable works of art and a few films about remarkable artists.
I watched more than one superhero series and new and old superhero movies. Documentaries on social justice, black lives matter, and digital addiction are necessary to increase knowledge and raise awareness. A list of set in Seattle films and shows are fun to watch as a way to acquaint myself with my new home. I'll revisit my 2020/21 watchlist again and revisit this time of my life.
Ford vs Ferrari was the last movie I watched in the theater on March 11. We missed Nick Mason's film so opted for this one. We ended up catching Nick's Live at the Roundhouse later on.
All of the best racing movies, except Days of Thunder
Joan Didion, The Center Will Not Hold
The Bill Murray Stories: Life Lessons Learned from a Mythical Man
Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things
John & Yoko: Above Us Only Sky
Hitsville: The Making of Motown
The Bee Gees: How Can you Mend a Broken Heart
Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets: Live at the Roundhouse
Documentaries about The Pink Floyd all available on YouTube
Coming to Light: Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indians
Chief Sealth (Seattle): The Suquamish and Duwamish Peoples