Though overstuffed, his film eschews pop-doc conventions by opting for in-depth analysis over superficiality. show more
It’s a mix of good films that could have been a single outstanding one. show more
One marvel of the film is how it conveys so much information so quickly, and with such accessibility. show more
Genius on Hold is a poignant look at corporate greed run amuck. Walter Shaw contributed 39 telephone patents. When he sought due credit, he was jailed and black-balled by AT&T. He became homeless and died penniless. His story leads to divestiture of AT&T by the US DoJ in 1984.