A movie filmed Davis Guggenheim about education in the United States, titled “Waiting for Superman” will mark berhelatnya Jakarta International Film Festival (JiFFest) 2010. As before, JiFFest this year will only terkosentrasi in one place, namely Blitzmegaplex Pacific Place Jakarta, up to 5 December. Tonight, the film will be screened specifically for the invitation. Screenings for the public will be conducted Saturday (27/11) and Tuesday (30/11), at 16:45 pm.
“Waiting for Superman” to attract the attention of the organizers because it was considered relevant to the condition of education in the country. This film presents the problem of education in the superpower, America. Through the character of Anthony, Francisco, Bianca, Daisy and Emily, the director wanted to show that children in the country Abang Sam lottery program must follow to get a good education.
Katy Perry – This film has won a good reception from film critics in America. Pun was also awarded the Audience Award for Dokumentary at the Sundance Film Festival event.
Davis Guggenheim’s debut as a printer documentary films have been noted as an excellent cinematographer. Garapannya film ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ became the Best Documentary Feature at the Oscars. In 2009, he also released a documentary film about three different generations of guitarists, namely Jimmy Page, The Edge, and Jack White, the headline “It Might Get Loud ‘.