Excellent idea Madame Q. I think stillA's idea to see if any film students would do a piece on the other side is also an excellent idea. If it is professional enough, there are probably plenty of ex-JWs who would like to see it played/discussed in the religion and philosophy departments of their own Universities.
As far as OROBORUS, I believe his credentials have been dug up, and he really is a lawyer, (and a mail-order bride dealer.) What I find a great deal more telling regarding his personal bias is what he says himself in his profile here on JWD. It is his stated purpose that he intends to contribute to revolutionizing the present Organization and the religion of Jehovah's Witnesses. He is clearly invested in seeing it survive and thrive, with a few (minor?) changes, so it is in his interest to marginalize any complaint about the WTS so as to mitigate damage done by "opposers" who wish to expose the truth about the WTS and its deadly policies.
The bottom line is that Oroborus is actively working against any efforts we might make to rescue our loved ones OUT OF THE WTS because he wants to see the Organization survive and thrive. He constantly undermines by claiming that his view is one of logic, balance, reason and legality, when in fact he has his head stuck in the sand, and is fighting against bringing facts to light about the real damage and culpability of the WTS for their actions. A piece like Mr. Engardio's plays right into that stated purpose as it personalizes the religion. It's much harder to see the evils of a giant corporation if you can put a familial face on it. If people at the doors see JWs as individuals rather than JWs, it makes the conversion process much easier. And I get the impression that Oroborus WANTS people to find their way INTO the WT, rather than away from it.
I personally find this far more offensive than the occasional troll who shows up here and says "you're wrong, Jehovah's going to destroy all the apostates!"