"Moral Kombat," the 2007 examination of violent video games by the brother of Entertainment Consumers Association president Hal Halpin, will be available for view online free for the next 30 days.
Spencer Halpin's film tries to balance First Amendment rights and free market principles on the game maker's side with concern over game violence, its potential impacts, and minors' access to it. While the documentary does give play to noted anti-game hawks like Sen. Joe Lieberman and, of course, Jack Thompson, it has been praised for balance and a serious tone. The documentary is 90 minutes long.
Moral Kombat [Babelgum via Game Politics]