I came across this film two years ago and purchased it on a whim as it was a documentary on faeries, two things I love. Well, more accurately, the film isn’t about faeries themselves, but about the belief in faeries and the superstitions people hold and sacred places, etc.
The narrator takes the viewer around various places in Canada and the U.K., talking to people who believe and looking at locations of relevance. The film doesn’t try to convince the audience of anything nor disprove anything. It attempts to achieve an unbiased perspective, taking in the opinions of those who believe and those who don’t (mostly the believers though as we’re looking at the belief, not a criticism of the belief). I think it successfully documents the fairy faith and does a good job of taking seriously subject matter which the majority of western society sees as nothing more than fantasy and idle past time. I would recommend this to everyone interested in fairies, and anyone with an open mind, because though it isn’t asking for the viewer’s belief it is asking for the viewer’s acceptance of the belief.
the film’s website -> http://www.thefairyfaith.com/