Saw this fun documentary tonight during a free screening.
It's about the secrecy surrounding the MPAA and the ridiculous lengths one has to go to to learn the identities of the members and even the names of the 'non-secret' appeals board.
The director actually hires private detectives to get to the bottom of this and the entire film follows them on their journey.
There's humor, explicit sex (scenes from other movies) and thought provoking questions about how far this organization goes to censor artists. There are clear biases and those are discussed by thoughtful persons of the industry ranging from Maria Bello to John Waters. Kevin Smith was probably my favorite famous face.
If you value free speech and the preservation of art as it was intended, go see it.