I first learned about permaculture by stumbling across the documentary about Bill Mollison called In Grave Danger of Falling Food. It totally expanded my worldview.
In my opinion, Greening the Desert is one of the most inspiring videos on the entire internet. Afforestation is now one of my biggest passions, and proof that it can be done in one of the world's harshest deserts jazzes me.
What permaculture documentaries inspire you?
Something I think worth mentioning is there isn't a lot of what I would call a proper documentaries about permaculture. While there are some yes, most of the permaculture stuff seems to be more talks and presentations, or youtube videos of what people are doing. Rather than full on documentaries. Likey due to permaculture being such a large inclusive umbrella of a lot of techniques. It is hard to do a documentary including everything, so a lot of videos dedicated to parts and pieces are out there.
In that light I really like Ben Falk's videos. And pretty much anything from Permaculture voices. I also really enjoyed Mike Oeler's 3 dvd set on underground/earth sheltered homes. And of course the RMH DVD set was amazing.
"Where will you drive your own picket stake? Where will you choose to make your stand? Give me a threshold, a specific point at which you will finally stop running, at which you will finally fight back." (Derrick Jensen)
Abundant Land by Natasha Florentino is a great example of permaculture on Molokaʻi, Hawaiʻi: "A documentary film about a Hawaiian community’s efforts to repair the ecological trauma caused by industrial agriculture." -Kickstarter