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Pittsburgh City Paper Reviews American Made Movie

Pittsburgh City Paper | Pittsburgh City Paper Reviews American Made Movie By Al Hoff Nathaniel McGill and Vincent Vittorio's documentary film is a primer covering some of the issues that led to the huge decline in American manufacturing, while spotlighting a few longtime and new businesses that chose to stay American. Economists and academics weigh in,

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Variety Reviews American Made Movie

Variety | Variety Reviews American Made Movie by Ronnie Scheib Examining the vast economic catastrophe caused by America’s loss of its manufacturing base, helmers Nathaniel Thomas McGill and Vincent Vittorio, assisted by various talking heads (trade lawyers, tax analysts, professors and Federal Comptrollers), paint a devastating picture of a deeply indebted nation stuck with runaway unemployment,

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The LA Weekly Reviews American Made Movie

The LA Weekly | The LA Weekly Reviews American Made Movie By Daphne Howland In their documentary American Made Movie, Nathaniel Thomas McGill and Vincent Vittorio make a compelling argument that America can and must bring back its manufacturing strength; they illustrate all too well the devastating reach of a factory closing. While this is no

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The New York Times Reviews American Made Movie

The NY Times | The New York Times Reviews American Made Movie By Neil Genzlinger  “American Made Movie” is harmless propaganda on behalf of re-establishing American manufacturing and encouraging consumers to support it. But it contains a contradiction of sorts, attributing the decline of the manufacturing sector to macroeconomic forces seemingly beyond anyone’s control, while pinning

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Shockya.com Reviews American Made Movie

Shockya.com | Shockya.com Reviews American Made Movie A nonfiction film about the slow bleed of American manufacturing jobs over the past five to six decades, “American Made Movie” is engaging enough for armchair politicos, but generally more successful as a diagnostic statement of basic socioeconomic condition than a groundbreaking work in and of itself. Directed by

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Bloomberg Business Week Reviews ‘American Made Movie’

Bloomberg Businessweek | Bloomberg Business Week Reviews 'American Made Movie'  By Bilge Ebiri  In the documentary American Made Movie, which opens in select markets today, filmmakers Nathaniel Thomas McGill and Vincent Vittorio chronicle the decline of manufacturing in America. The film, however, isn’t just a tale of woe. The documentarians visit several American manufacturers that are thriving, such as

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New York Daily Post Reviews ‘American Made Movie

NY Daily Post | New York Daily Post Reviews 'American Made Movie By Jordan Hoffman Documentary about the decline of blue-collar jobs in America (1:26). NR. Quad Cinema. You’ll never buy an inexpensive T-shirt without feeling guilty again. At least not after seeing Nathaniel Thomas McGill and Vincent Vittorio’s thorough documentary, which explains something you

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The Hollywood Reporter Reviews ‘American Made Movie’

Hollywood Reporter | The Hollywood Reporter Reviews 'American Made Movie' by Frank Scheck Nathaniel Thomas McGill and Vincent Vittorio's documentary provides a hopeful portrait of some American companies defying the trend of international competition. Economic themed documentaries naturally tend to be of the doom and gloom variety these days, butAmerican Made Movie at least offers some

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Letter Boxd Reviews ‘American Made Movie’

Letter Boxd | Letter Boxd Reviews 'American Made Movie' By Robert Humanic The film serves as a crash course on the unpleasant economic realities of the United States, where a rampant greed for short-term saving, among other factors, has led to the crippling of the manufacturing industry the country was once largely known for. Click here

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