Theres a really good one for online players that covers from the poker boom with the moneymaker effect and its shooted before during and after black friday and its effects on players. Its really good (besides beeing a little old) to understand how we stand now.
Even that one dude Jeff Gross that was answering questions here in the forum is interviewed.
There is a poker documentary that I really liked that was made in Las Vegas, it is about professional players who are going to play the WSOP and their dreams is to win a WSOP bracelet, they talk about their principles in poker and the trajectory of their careers .
The Documentary is called:
"That's Poker" and you can find it on youtube.
Anybody got any recommendations for poker related documentaries or films?
So far I haven't seen any documentary or film better than the one mentioned by Shinmenkami (All in, the movie), especially for young players who haven't been around during the poker BOOM and the unfortunate events that followed about 6 years later. It could be considered as a poker history recap told by real people who had actually lived it.
The other video (above) is interesting too for whoever doesn't know much about the staking business. A business that's growing rapidly these days.
I don't know any documentaries about poker. But there is a great feature film where poker plays a key role in the events that take place. The film is called "Honeymoon in Las Vegas". Starring Nicolas Cage and Jessica Parker. I recommend it for a good mood and learning what you can not do in poker under any circumstances.