DOES your family grapple with finding solutions to dominance of screens in their lives?
If so, you are not alone.
Screenagers has been getting attention around the world, as society attempts to catch up with the implications of the digital revolution and how screen time is affecting both children and adults.
The documentary focuses on film-maker Dr Ruston's family experiences, and seeks out expert views on screen use.
Screenagers is all about bringing people together to experience the movie and have discussions afterwards - discussions that promote lasting change.
For this reason, the film is unavailable for home viewing.
Cannonvale State School Parents' and Citizens' Association has purchased the screening rights to hold a free community event.
Parents with younger children are asked to make other arrangements on the night in order for all audience members to receive maximum benefit, with minimum noise and distraction during the screenings.
For more information visit the SCREENAGERS website https://www.screenagersmovie.com/
WHAT: Screenagers (run time 67 minutes)
WHEN: Monday, March 5, 5.30pm
WHERE: Cannonvale State School hall
AUDIENCE: Recommended for parents of children all ages and students aged 10-plus