“Though it needs to be cut drastically, George GittoesRampage is a power-packed documentary with lots of potential,” Screen Daily‘s Peter Brunette wrote out of Berlin on 3.7. “Set mostly in one of the worst black ghettoes in Miami, the film, which was shot over the course of several years by the Australian-based Gittoes, is lively, insightful and even shocking. Festival programmers and buyers of docs for television, who may think there’s nothing new to be seen or said about black American ghetto life, should give this film a serious look. Once its two-hour running time is shortened to a punchier and less repetitive 90 minutes, it may even manage to snag theatrical distribution in the US and elsewhere.” Does anyone know of any upcoming U.S. festival screenings?