Political doc ‘Dark Money’ a thrilling, sobering look at corruption

Political doc ‘Dark Money’ a thrilling, sobering look at corruption

Director Kimberly Reed’s political thriller documentary pulls back the curtain on corrupt American politics, examining the illegal coordination between big-money corporations and elected government officials. By following investigative journalist John Adams through the state of Montana, Dark Money exposes the real-life consequences of political fraud and its threat to democracy. (4.5/5)

18July06: The FF2 Week in Review by Jan Lisa Huttner

18July06: The FF2 Week in Review by Jan Lisa Huttner

From Jan Lisa Huttner (Editor-in-Chief of FF2 Media) Only two films either written &/or directed by women filmmakers opened in Manhattan theatres this week: Constructing Albert Bleeding Steel Constructing Albert is a doc. Bleeding Steel is a narrative feature (albeit short on narrative). Frankly, I can't recommend either of these films, but forced to choose between them,…