There's a new documentary trailer up on YouTube, which I found courtesy of IdolVine. The movie is about writing poetry and is called Bad Writing.
Frankly, I love the premise: a young poet goes and talks to a bunch of older poets and writers (including David Sedaris, Aimee Bender, and Margaret Atwood, among others) about why his work isn't very good and about what the nature of poetry and writing is. It speaks to the whole generation of academically taught writers, as well as the generation of readers today that have devalued both poetry and novels of flowing, beautiful sentences.
Twilight, if you haven't realized, isn't good writing. It might have a decent story (I know, it's a stretch to go that far), but it is isn't good writing.
So this is a film about what makes good writing. Here's the trailer: