WORLD PREMIERE | Iconoclastic historian Andrew Bacevich delivers an anti-colonial critique of US foreign policy in the Middle East, informed by his long career in the Army. While other historians analyze changing presidential administrations...
WORLD PREMIERE | Overprotected and overdirected, American children are wilting under the weight of well-meaning parents. In the pursuit of keeping them safe and creating an impressive resumé of extracurricular activities to wow admissions boards, over-parenting smothers children across socioeconomic classes. This thoughtful film follows education professionals and reformed helicopter parents who seek and offer solutions for developing more confident, independent young people while restoring some joy and freedom to childhood.
Included with the screening ticket is an exclusive pre-recorded Q&A with Director/Executive Producer Margaret Munzer Loeb, Director/Producer Eden Wurmfeld, subject Genevieve Porter Eason, immediately following the film.
DOC NYC Live event: Sunday, Nov. 15 at 1 ET on Facebook Live– How do you navigate parenting during Covid-19? Hear from the experts: Superintendent of Schools in Long Island Dr. Michael Hynes; author and co-founder of nonprofit Let Grow, Lenore Skenazy; and Clinical Psychologist Catherine Steiner-Adair in conversation with filmmaker Eden Wurmfeld.
Nov 11 - Nov 29