A number of film blogs picked up on our release of the poster and trailer for The Interrupters last night, causing a very strong reaction and some high praise. Responses included:
"The Interrupters has a good chance to become the most important film of 2011" - WorstPreviews.com.
"It’s a lock that I’ll be checking out The Interrupters as soon as possible" - Collider.com
The African community conversation models portrayed in Milking the Rhino were recently cited as providing a potential lesson for Utah and the American West in a recent blog by Ed Meyer, an expert on rural economic development programs. In his guest post Lessons in Community-Based Conservation from Africa on the "Western Rural Development Center" blog, Mr.
The Interrupters will have its world premiere at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. The film, from acclaimed director Steve James (Hoop Dreams) and bestselling author Alex Kotlowitz (There Are No Children Here) will be part of the Documentary Premieres category, which Sundance created this year for “master filmmakers debuting their new docs about big subjects.”