This documentary has an extraordinary premise – taking the problems in the world in one’s own hands – and showing exactly what can happen if an individual puts their mind to it. This documentary is hosted by former Last Comic Standing star Iliza Shlesinger , which does a tremendous job to make the feature that much more relevant. Trying to get a younger set interested in anything is a Sisyphean chore, but the blend of humor and interesting facts and occupations are precisely what is needed to keep viewers at he edge of their seats.
The variety of different speakers will provide the largest net possible in order to ensnare viewers. I find that this film would be perfect in the office of any school counselor, church group, or as a class video. The documentary focus of Imagine It does not close the film off for interested parties; rather, the interview-heavy side of the film contains more than enough information to keep viewers of all stripes engaged. To purchase a copy of Imagine It, look at your favorite online retailer – I am sure that there are a few brick and mortar locations that will also have this stocked.
Imagine It (DVD) / 2011 Cinema Libre Studio / 52 Minutes / http://www.cinemalibre.com