Too often, reporters prefer narratives over the truth.
If you’re waiting for the mainstream media to apologize for ignoring Hunger Biden’s laptop or promoting the Russian collusion hoax, keep waiting.
That lets documentary filmmakers tell the stories that aren’t being told.
In the past, that’s given us Amanda Milius’ “The Plot Against the President,” which predated the Durham Report’s shocking expose on the Trump/Russia storyline. The 2021 documentary “Rush to Judgment” skewered the press for declaring the Covington Catholic High School kids guilty without having all the facts at their disposal.
This year uncorked three such films, documentaries that shed a harrowing light on corruption. These filmmakers picked up stories reporters wouldn’t touch, and the results proved explosive.
“The Essential Church”
Grace Community Church took the COVID lockdowns on the chin, and the congregation refused to forgive and forget. The church put its grievances on screen via a powerful documentary that connected the past with the uncertain present: “The Essential Church.“
“Church” recalls similar situations when governments stopped citizens from worshiping, giving the film…