A fun & entertaining documentary film
Last night I had the pleasure and honor of photographing a red carpet style movie premier of "2020 The Dumpster Fire" by Rod Webber at the Capitol Theater in Arlington, Massachusetts.
I had a lot of fun and it was great to get together with friends and fellow comrades, and met so many wonderful new people. The film itself was great, and fun to watch too. There were so many moments of laughter, and it even received a standing ovation at the end with around 175 people roaring in applause and cheers. 2020 The Dumpster Fire premiers on Apple TV & other vod platforms on January 6th. I definitely recommend it. The film is also in consideration for an Oscar for the documentary film category in addition to a federal indictment.
"The film follows artist/ film director, Rod Webber, and his satirical presidential campaign and the tumultuous protests of 2020. Webber trolls Republicans and Democrats alike, earning him praise, and similarly hilarious condemnations of being “Satanic Antifa” by wackos like Alex Jones. Webber trolls the internet too when he scrawls “Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself” on the viral-video Duct-Tape-Banana-Wall, resulting in his arrest, a warrant for a second arrest and a series of high-profile print articles.
When civil unrest breaks out in the wake of George Floyd’s murder, Webber, (a supporter of BLM), switches gears, conducting serious interviews, and is one of the first on the scene documenting Minneapolis as it burned. Traveling to Portland, Seattle and Washington DC, Webber dodges rubber bullets, tear-gas canisters, and live ammunition to give the viewer a front row seat to one of the most tumultuous series of protests in US history.
Ultimately, in the final stretch of the election, Webber finds himself at a Mike Pence rally, where he confronts the Vice President face to face. Throughout the film, Webber serves as his own attorney in court proceedings against The Trump Campaign and The Manchester NH Police, ultimately winning a combined settlement of $35,000 between the two.
The film includes interviews with Noam Chomsky, Jello Biafra, Daryle Lamont Jenkins, Michael Moore and many of the 2020 candidates." 2020 The Dumpster Fire. Official website