Consuming Kids is a documentary intended to make the public aware of the influence media, marketing, and advertising has on children. The amount of technology used on a daily basis is way higher than it ever has, meaning that advertisement, and marketing has sky rocketed.
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- Adriana Barbaro, Jeremy Earp
Oct 30, 2009 · Directed by Adriana Barbaro, Jeremy Earp. With Daniel Acuff, Enola Aird, Michael Brody, George W. Bush. Consuming Kids throws desperately needed light on the practices of a relentless multi-billion dollar marketing machine that now sells kids and their parents everything from junk food and violent video games to bogus educational products and the family car.
“Consuming Kids” is a social action film. Films distributed by the Media Educational Foundation are excellent productions but tend towards a “preachy” attitude towards their subject that is at times simplistic and often promotes what is usually justified and agreeable information in such a heavy handed manner that it often loses its ...
“Consuming kids: commercialization of childhood” is an eye opening documentary for all the parents, philanthropists and well-wishers of children. The philosophy ‘from cradle to grave’ consumers is the driving force behind this cruel reality. This was released in the context of USA and describes the evolution of consuming culture of childhood from 1940s to present …
Oct 17, 2013 · Consuming Kids: The Commercialization of Childhood, is a 2008 documentary written and directed by Adriana Barbaro and Jeremy Earp that gives insight to American marketing and advertising that targets children. We see advertisements daily without even realizing it. Companies promote their products on billboards, television, Facebook, cereal boxes.
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[Your full June 22, Movie Review In “Consuming Kids: The Commercialization of Childhood”, which is a 60-minute documentary film, the filmmakers, Adriana Barbaro and Jeremy Earp, have tried to show to the society how mass media is exploiting kids to make them their unsurpassed consumers.