by Jim Nintzel
Here's the film's description. There's a warning that you'll see nudity and hear bad words:
20 Years of Madness is a feature-length documentary following Jerry White Jr., founder of the Public Access TV Show 30 MINUTES OF MADNESS, as he leaves Los Angeles and returns to Metro Detroit to make a new episode on its 20-year anniversary. Jerry reconnects with the friends he grew up with as they discover whether the magic of their show was a fleeting youthful experiment or a creative community they will share for the rest of their lives.
The film shows at 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 18. More details on it and the rest of the Arizona International Film Festival here.