The 2010 edition of the Guelph Festival of Moving Media opens today and runs through the weekend. It is my favourite local festival because it focuses mainly on documentary film, so it always has something that appeals to me. This year I will to try to see Neil Diamond’s Reel Injun on Friday night, Kevin McMahon’s Waterlife on Saturday afternoon, Michael Madson’s Into Eternity on Saturday night, and Jacob Andrén and Helena Nygren’s I Bought a Rainforest on Sunday afternoon. I will not likely make all four shows, not considering everything else that needs to get done this weekend, but I will see as many of them as I can, and I would encourage you to do the same. You will not have many other chances to see screenings of these films, and many of them are well worth seeing. So check out the festival’s full schedule, find something that piques your interest, and join us for some worthwhile screen time this weekend.