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Critical Acclaim for ‘Whose Streets?’

“Whose Streets?” looks beyond the media narrative to offer what Davis has called “black people seeing black people” – validation, encouragement and love in the face of a bitter legacy of injustice. “‘Whose Streets?’ illustrates a generational changing of the…

Critical Acclaim For ‘The War to Be Her’

“The film celebrates the bravery of Maria and her no-less impressive family, and by extension all who fight for women’s rights in the region.” –Patrick Mullen, Point of View Magazine “Heidenrich’s rousing doc shows that there’s much more at stake…

Critical Acclaim for ‘Lindy Lou, Juror Number 2’

– Anna Maples, VOX Magazine –Argun Ulgun, Popmatters “Vassault has rendered a fine documentary which humanizes the American juror as more than just another digit.” “He [Vassault] does a superb job of gradually revealing more detail about Lindy Lou’s personality…

Critical Acclaim for ‘Brimstone & Glory’

–John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter –Lorraine Ali, Los Angeles Times “Viktor Jakovleski’s sometimes rapturous Brimstone & Glory takes us to Tultepec for two annual rituals that celebrate this livelihood, reveling in their spectacle and observing the days leading up to…