"Screenagers is a very balanced, sympathetic and sane look at the way millions of teens are struggling with phones and games and technology in general. In part by letting the teens themselves speak about their own concerns and solutions, Screenagers is deeply affecting, too."
Best-Selling Author, Publisher and Education Activist
"We had a response to this screening like we haven't seen for other events. I think the best thing it is doing is opening conversations in families and in the communities."
PTA Parent Education Rep, Solana Beach, CA
"We are considering showing it again in the spring ... one of the best events we have hosted."
Header of Upper School, Ann Arbor, MI
"i can't imagine what school counselor would not be eager to share this with their families"
"Really captures the struggles we see parents and students having across the board. I appreciated the 'hope' parents/kids felt at the end."
"Great way to spark a conversation about one of the most important issues in raising children ... also alarmingly applicable to adults."
Instructional Technology Specialist, Brewster, NY
"Students and parents alike loved this film. It addressed everyone's concerns and opened up important conversations about the impact of screen time."
Assistant Head of School, North Dartmouth, MA
"Amazing documentary ... very relevant for parents, teachers and students. Many parents left asking when we were going to show it again because they wanted to bring their friends."
Vice Principal, Elk Grove, CA
I found it to be VERY POWERFUL and VALIDATING for both teens and parents."
"Sit your kids down and watch this movie. Sit on them if you have to. It's a MUST SEE for anyone with kids in their lives!"
Chief Creative Officer for Girls Rising