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It's an enthralling front row seat in these young people's battle to topple a corrupt and decaying regime. In 1989, a female jogger in New York City’s Central Park was assaulted and raped.
The mass public outrage that followed, fuelled by the press, led to five black teenangers being wrongly convicted.
This eye-opening film follows four developers as they struggle through the creative process, pouring their hearts, souls, and whatever scraps of money they can find into their games.
For a film about pixels and coding, it’s a surprisingly emotional journey.
Richard Press’ charming film is as much an intimate portrait of an immensely likeable eccentric as it is an all-encompassing study of the fashion industry (and the New York streets that define it). Read and trusted by millions of readers, he starred in his own film-reviewing TV show, earned a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame, and was the only film journalist to win a Pulitzer.
But they form the centrepiece of this important and challenging polemic, in which an intrepid and certifiably mad team of photographers attempt to document the climate changing, in real time.
Their astonishing photography, which sees enormous blocks of ice breaking into the sea like explosions, is at once visually thrilling and a devastating prognosis for the planet.
Yes, it's so far past hagiography it's basically a love letter, but there's something infectious about Mike Myers' kinda-biopic of music industry impresario and PR wizard Shep Gordon.
School work and injuries threaten to get in the way, but the boys' dreams never falter.
Winning the Audience Award at Sundance and filmed over five years, if you’re ever in desperate need of a jolt of inspiration, look no further.