July 3 2:00 pm
Feature Documentary | 2020 | USA | 94 min | Directed by Daniel Lombroso | The Film Collaborative
Winner Best Documentary Feature, Jacksonville Film Festival 2021
The first documentary produced by The Atlantic magazine, White Noise is a sobering look at three alt right ‘influencers,’ as first-time feature documentary director Daniel Lombroso follows them during the early years of the Trump presidency.
Watching the three subjects – Lauren Southern, Richard Spencer, and Mike Cernovich – in both public and private makes for grim but necessary viewing.
With extremists increasingly present on social media and even finding some supporters at the political fringes, White Noise is a timely documentary.
“White Noise has a compelling message at its core, by daring viewers to see the worst of our society, and cautioning against the tendency to simply tuning it out.” – IndieWire
“It’s courageous filmmaking when you produce something so timely and critical to the greater good and actually do it from the belly of the beast.” – San Antonio Current