The Reeler‘s Stu VanAirsdale on (deep breath…no, two deep breaths) Amir Bar-Lev‘s My Kid Could Paint That, “already the subject of buying speculation after last week’s TV deal with A&E Indie Films and one of the more eagerly anticipated competition titles among festivalgoers. The anticipation paid off: Bar-Lev’s film is a meta-mix of doc ethics, art politics and family drama, a brilliantly paced mystery tale of a Binghamton, N.Y., four year-old whose abstract paintings develop a lucrative following before its authorship is drawn into question by an increasingly skeptical media…including Bar-Lev himself.”