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Looking for a change of pace? Trying to find something new to watch that might give you a fresh perspective on things? we've got you covered.

Check out our list of 10 must-see documentaries and movies every event planner and marketer should watch.

The Great Hack

This documentary looks at trends and ideas on how marketers use hyper-targeted marketing to influence people.

FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened.

This business documentary shows you the pitfalls that come with selling a product you can’t deliver, and how not to let your mind get ahead of your work.

Documentary shows us the power of influencer marketing campaigns that promoted a festival by blanketing social networks and sparking curiosity.

The Founder

The founder is inspired by a true story about a man named Ray Kroc, who was the mastermind behind McDonald's. He believed that The key to exponential growth is consistency. You want your customers to get the same experience from your brand each time they interact with you.

Steve Jobs

A film showing how to sell things. It shows that you have to show people that they cannot live without your product.

As a marketer, you can learn a lot from Steve Jobs who was an expert at identifying exactly what people wanted and making sure they knew about it.


The movie demonstrates how a smart approach to marketing can bring big returns on your investment, even if you don’t have a huge budget. If you analyze your key data, you can beat the competition.

The Big Short

This movie is for marketers, who understand the importance of data.

Like Michael Burry (movie character), a hedge fund manager, discovered that the American real estate market was unstable and built on high-risk and low-quality debt. He figured out that the market would collapse in the second quarter of 2017. And it did.

No one had analyzed the data in the same diligent way that Burry did.

Pursuit of Happyness

In the movie Pursuit of Happyness, Will Smith plays Chris Gardner, a struggling salesman who takes care of his 5-year-old son while trying to make something of himself.

Whether you are a marketer or not, this movie is for everyone who wants to achieve big. It's worth the time investment.

Rocket Singh

Rocket Singh will show you how to win repeat customers by satisfying them through your product, and how to step up and accept responsibility when something goes wrong.


A marketer has to make a lot of tough decisions in his life, well Bollywood movie 'GURU' will inspire you about how self-confidence backs you up when making tough decisions.

The Wolf of Wall Street

The movie The Wolf of Wall Street is based on the true story of Jordan Belfort, Movie taught us the importance of knowing your audience, selling like an artist, persisting on your pitch, playing bold and learning how to present yourself.

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