Documentaries come out every year, covering a wealth of topics. Ranging from biographical pieces to environmental awareness, no matter the issue it seems, there is a crew out there documenting the struggle and attempting to distill it into an enjoyable, understandable, and perhaps most importantly – convincing argument. The Prosperity film reviewed is no exception.
Having gotten the chance to watch Pedram Shojai and Well.org’s newest documentary the Prosperity film, thoughts are whirling around. A drive to change, to affect the world, to fix things immediately around us and be the world shapers we know we are. Ok, maybe we’ve jumped too far ahead. Let’s take a step (or a
Prosperity Film, Criticisms of a Documentary – How Pedram Shojai’s Effort Avoids the Pitfalls of Others
Into the ever-expanding landscape of documentaries comes the new entry from the folks at Well.org and Pedram Shojai, the Prosperity film. Criticism levelled at documentaries are often based around the ‘reality’ of what they are depicting. Filmmakers cannot help but to present their angle, their perspective on the events they are relating. This happens in