Film Threat reviews MADE PUBLIC, a "wonderfully produced and intelligent short" / by Foster Wilson

The independent film site Film Threat has published a review of Foster Wilson and Brian Leahy’s short film MADE PUBLIC:

“What I like about Made Public is that it takes a simple idea of a public Facebook poll about whether he should go through with his wedding.  Rather than turning it into 13 minutes of yuk, yuk silliness, he instead makes a statement about this need to engage everyone and the world in our everyday decisions to the point when we can’t make any decision on our own…even the big one. Are you able to decide for yourself anymore, or are you going to make it based on mob popularity?

The film itself is fun to watch. It starts like an SNL sketch and suddenly gets serious when Dave is face-to-face with his fiancé Sydney (Jeanine Mason). Dave’s long walk to Sydney and their return to the alter is a single extended shot with Jeanine Mason giving a thoughtful, compelling speech about social media and individuality to the indecisive groom. So effective that at some point you wonder why she’s putting up with the emasculated Dave.

Made Public is a wonderfully produced and intelligent short, that balances it’s sketch comedy elements with an actual thoughtful message behind it.”