Chlotrudis Looks at Films Focused on Geography

Recently a new Chlotrudis member, Philip, posed a question on the Chlotrudis discussion list for a friend who wanted to know if there were any films focusing on geography, either documentary or narrative. He is pursuing his graduate degree in Geography and Geographic Information Systems. Aside from the Stellar Cartography scenes in the Star Trek TNG films, Philip couldn't think of anything off-hand, but when posed with this challenge, Chlotrudis members came back with several suggestions. We thought it might be nice to provide the list for any curiosity seekers who might wonder the same thing. Here they are... films about geography!

Can you think of anymore? Add to this list by posting in the comments.

Thanks for adding to the list! Those are some great films. I'm particularly looking forward to catching STILL LIFE during its brief run her ein Boston.

Still Life (narrative; Zhang-ke Jia)
The Mosquito Problem and Other Stories (doc; Andrey Paounov)
Darwin's Nightmare (doc; Hubert Sauper)
Mondovino (doc; Jonathan Nossiter)
Power Trip (doc; paul Devlin)
We Feed the World (doc; Erwin Wagenhofer)
Wodaabe: Herdsmen of the Son (doc; Werner Herzog)