A well-intentioned documentary that succeeds as a surface-level reaction to the dangers of social media. It may alter the behavior of some for the better, which is a good enough reason to recommend it, however, it's clear that the problems tech provide are vastly more complex than Screened Out lets on.
It's miraculous that Minding the Gap never feels self-serving or preachy, but it simply never does. It's a sensitive study on manhood in today's climate peppered with keen observations on race and class to boot, whilst also celebrating the culture of skateboarding and it's therapeutic qualities.
Eureka Entertainment has released an intrinsically interesting documentary about a subject matter unjustly unexplored. Suchsland knows how to compose a documentary and Hitler's Hollywood is certainly a focused piece of work
Heartbreaking. Infuriating. Criminally unfair. Words cannot begin to describe the situation in Cambodia but Chris Kelly's unquestionably moving documentary will hopefully spur the powers that be into action.