August 10, 2011 6:09 pm
A Good Man received an honorable mention for the Audience Award from the Woods Hole Film Festival, where co-director Gordon Quinn presented the film to an enthusiatic crowd last weekend. The film also received a positive mention in Filmmaker Magazine's coverage of the festival, which stated:
"In the very beginning of the film, what captured me was the beauty and gracefulness of the dancing, the powerful aesthetic movements of the dancers. A subject I know nothing about, have never had any interest to know anything about, yet I now found fascinating. But this is not a documentary about dancing, nor Abraham Lincoln, or even about Bill Jones. It’s about an artist’s struggle to make his art."