The Twitter documentary is a film with heart. It shares the views of Twitter users who believe that community, even one that takes digital shape, can have fun, share wisdom, and offer hope, a hot meal and a safe place to sleep at night.
“Twittamentary” makes its online debut today, and its creators are enabling blog owners to share the film with readers. You can watch a free preview, learn more about the making of this film from a previous blog post via the link at the bottom of this page, or rent the movie by clicking on the image below.
Full disclosure: I receive a partner fee when you rent the doc from my blog; if you have a blog or website and would like to learn more about hosting “Twittamentary,” visit the Help to Share page on the documentary’s website.
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(Please note: My review of “Twittamentary” is from a Los Angeles screening of an early cut of the film, which took place in June 2011. The content and views were not influenced by the documentary partnership program.)