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The Future of Creativity, The Brit Who Tried to Kill Trump + Rats 🎹 🇺🇸 🐀

'Allo 'allo, We're back once again with some more little gems, for your good self. This week's issue

Rocumentaries 📼

January 29 · Issue #12 · View online
Curated links to the very best documentaries

‘Allo 'allo,
We’re back once again with some more little gems, for your good self. This week’s issue brings you three very different documentaries.
Time to warm up those eyeballs, open that mind of yours and fasten yo’ seat belt… 

PausePlayRewind ★★★★
Technology has democratised art. Indeed, in today’s world you can create, launch and sell an entire music album from the comfort of your tiny laptop. 
But is this a good thing? Are we losing respect for the craft? What is the future of creativity? 
This documentary tackles these difficult questions through a series of interviews with artists, makers and industry experts. The film is a few years old, but these questions have survived.
Watch it now on Vimeo

The Brit Who Tried to Kill Trump ★★★★
A BBC documentary about Michael Sandford, a young, British man who was arrested during a rally for attempting to shoot the then presidential candidate, Donald Trump. The film discusses the underlying psychological issues that led Sandford’s actions, and what the future holds for him.
Watch it now on BBC iPlayer

Rats ★★★★
Not for the fainthearted, somewhere between a horror film and a documentary, Director Morgan Spurlock explores the fascinating world of rats. Not only are they the bearers of deadly disease, but they are a highly adaptive and intelligent force to be reckoned with.  The documentary looks at how different cultures approach rats, from worship in India to extermination in New York City.
Pro Tip: Pretty sure one the rat catchers was called ‘Mr Ret’. So keep your eyes peeled 😂 
Watch it now on Netflix

Micro Update
The Rocumentaries collection has been growing fast, so I’ve been working on a few little updates. We’re now featuring a four films per row (that means more films per page).
I’ve also been developing an exciting new Search & Filter feature, to help you find films you’re interested in. 
And Regions are something I’m hoping to even out in the not-too-distant future, as some of the films featured are UK only. So watch this space.

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