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A sober look at ads and children

Above: ''Consuming Kids'' will have its Boston premiere at the MFA. Below: ''The Child'' (left) will be part of a Dardenne brothers series at the Harvard Film Archive. ''Monty Python and the Holy Grail'' will screen karaoke-style at the Coolidge Corner Theatre. Above: ''Consuming Kids'' will have its Boston premiere at the MFA. Below: ''The Child'' (left) will be part of a Dardenne brothers series at the Harvard Film Archive. ''Monty Python and the Holy Grail'' will screen karaoke-style at the Coolidge Corner Theatre.
By Linda Matchan
Globe Staff / May 17, 2009

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The Museum of Fine Arts launches a new documentary film series this week about consumerism, and it features a Massachusetts film, "Consuming Kids: The Commercialization of Childhood," about how kids are exploited by child marketing. (Full article: 968 words)

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