Watch This: Davis Guggenheim's Waiting for Superman Trailer
Paramount has debuted the first trailer for Davis Guggenheim's documentary Waiting for Superman, which was the first big film to be acquired at Sundance this year (by Paramount) before the fest even began. Guggenheim's doc explores our "crappy" public education system in the US and how it is failing to educate our children. On criticWIRE, this received an average rating of B+ at Sundance, which is quite impressive and proof that this is one of the best docs of the year. It looks like a powerful and striking documentary that I hope will bring about some changes. If you're interested, then check out this fantastic new trailer below.
Watch the official trailer for Davis Guggenheim's Waiting for Superman:
You can also watch the Waiting for Superman trailer in High Definition on Apple
Waiting for Superman is directed by Oscar winning documentarian & filmmaker Davis Guggenheim, of An Inconvenient Truth, It Might Get Loud and The First Year as well as feature films like Gracie and Gossip. The screenplay for the doc was also written by Guggenheim and Billy Kimball, who currently writes for "The Simpsons." This first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, where Paramount Vantage bought the film in the first big sale of the fest. Paramount will be bringing Waiting for Superman to theaters sometime this fall (but an exact date hasn't been set). Pledge to see this at: WaitingforSuperman.com.