A documentary that examines the impact of spending lots of times on screens is set for release in the UK next month – and here’s the trailer.

Arriving next month is a new documentary that should make interesting viewing. It’s from filmmaker Jon Hyatt, it goes by the name of Screened Out, and is set to deal with, well, the amount of time we spend looking at screens.

The film will be released on demand in the UK from May 26th 2020, and a trailer and synopsis have now been released. Here’s a taste as to what’s in store…

And here’s the synopsis too…

Screened Out is a provocative look at screen and smartphone addiction and how the tech industry hooked global consumers, and continues to groom future generations of screen addicts. In this timely documentary, filmmaker Jon Hyatt explores all the ways in which we are addicted to our screens, how the tech industry hooked global consumers, and its greater impact on our lives. From smartphones, portable tablets and social media, the tech industry has designed these fun immersive technologies, but are they good for us? Are we too dependent on our devices? What keeps us hooked? How is it impacting our children?

The film will be available from all the main on demand outlets next month.

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