IN THEATERS SEPTEMBER 2016
AVAILABLE ON ITUNES JANUARY 2017
"Command and Control is frightening for a whole pants-shitting list of reasons…morbidly fun to watch, in the manner of good suspense thrillers and disaster films."
- The Village Voice"The turkey baster in Don’t Breathe and the goat in The Witch have nothing on the socket wrench in Robert Kenner's nerve-melting Command and Control…The pace of the drama is riveting."
- Entertainment Weekly"Combines Cold War-era thriller with post-apocalyptic nightmare…This one will stay with you for days after viewing."
- Rolling Stone"As white-knuckle suspenseful as any movie you are likely to see this year…masterfully constructed."
MERCHANTS OF DOUBT"This enthralling film… is as fascinating as it is horrifying."
- New York Times"a simultaneously entertaining and inciting expose of professional charlatanism"
- Newsweek"surprisingly rollicking …a worthy follow-up to his 2008 Oscar-nominated Food Inc."
- Washington Post
- Variety"Food, Inc. is more than a terrific movie--it's an important movie."
- Entertainment Weekly"Food, Inc. does what good reporting does--it connects the dots."
- Los Angeles Times"BRACING, COMPASSIONATE, WITTY AND COMPELLING."
- Mary Pols, Time
WHEN STRANGERS CLICK
- New York Times"These are love stories for our time."
- New York Daily News"The twists are stunning...mind-blowing"
- Denver Post"The film is upbeat and entertaining. Its characters are attractive and funny. And, Robert Kenner is a very good storyteller. ... This documentary is a fun watch."
THE ROAD TO MEMPHIS
"The Road to Memphis…is as fine as any film ever made about American music."
- Newsweek"What makes The Road to Memphis the unadulterated gem of the bunch [the Scorsese Blues series], however is the way the filmmakers carefully peel back layers of legend and preservation nostalgia in order to reveal the blues as it exists today."
TWO DAYS IN OCTOBER
- San Francisco Chronicle"If you could watch only one program to grasp what the Vietnam War did to the U.S. Two Days would be a great choice. It is profound."
- Boston Globe"Unforgettable."
- Detroit Free Press"Like a tragic epic poem, without fiction."
- The Oregonian
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