Manufactured Landscapes starts with a striking panning scene, no talking, and no music, for what seems like forever. It gives you the idea that this will be a film about factories. About the huge manufactured landscapes built up to support our economy. But it’s not, really. It’s a film about an artist, and it’s a fancy animated slideshow of his work. I like his work, but it doesn’t make for a particularly enticing documentary. 4/10.