Short Review: 2020 Visions (2020)


2020 Visions

Release Date: April 24, 2020

Run Time: 23 minutes & 30 seconds

Reviewed By: Adam

2020 VISIONS explores the lives of 3 young artists as they try to turn passion into profession. Each at varying points in their careers, their separate stories are woven together into one cohesive narrative about artistic maturity, expression and priorities. The film is a celebration of art and artists, with all their joys, frustrations, passions and fears.


2020 Visions is a short documentary following the lives of three artists of varying ages and using varying mediums (music, cinema, and dance).

Living with an art therapist, I found this short very interesting. It was fascinating to see all the artists’ present and future goals. I was even picturing my own goals along the way.

I do wish the short was a little longer. It would have been nice to follow these artists around a bit longer, but 23 minutes got the point across. I’m glad Joe Walby (director) reached out to me with this short because if he hadn’t, I would’ve never come across it. I’ll be making my fiance sit down and watch, I’m sure she’ll find it very interesting as well. Honestly, any artist should spend 23 minutes of their time and give this one a watch.

2020 Visions is currently streaming on Amazon Prime.


Reel ROB Rating: 7 out of 10 stars

Post Credits Scene: No

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