Press & Reviews


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WOW! I walked out of the film moved, awed, saddened (and yes I admit I cried during part of it) and inspired.
— Alan Feldstein, Owner, Infinite Safari Adventures, Los Angeles

Beautifully crafted and full of raw emotion & such a powerful message....nobody could see it and not be moved by it. You allowed these strong, brave women to tell their stories and how intelligent, passionate and eloquent they were. A masterpiece” Gillian Hatherly, Australia

Kerry David on BBC Newsday

Listen to the live interview on Kerry’s documentary as it was aired on the first edition of BBC Newsday.

“I can’t tell you how much I was moved by “Breaking Their Silence”. You really captured the souls of these incredibly brave women fighting poaching in Africa…. I hope to see a broad release of the film, I want my husband and many others to see it”. Cathy Goldberg, Los Angeles

Kerry David on Late Edition of BBC Newsday

Listen to a pre-recorded interview with Kerry about Breaking Their Silence. Aired on the late edition of BBC Newsday.

Brilliant and heartwarming” - Karen Finkle, Los Angeles

“This is one of the most important films of the decade” Kaye Germano, Laguna Beach, CA.

A fantastic, wonderful, powerful, moving, incredibly honest amazing film. This film must be seen by everyone!”

Stu News Newport - 5/3/19

Click below to read article in the Stu News Newport about Breaking Their Silence world premiere at the Newport Beach Film Festival.

“What a beautifully powerful and necessary film”. Robert Meyer Burnett, Los Angeles

“You just have to see this film! We couldn’t even speak afterwards. We haven’t had an emotional release like this in a long time. As a storyteller, it was so well done. The storyline never lost focus….. so powerful.” Michelle Salater. San Miguel

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Variety - 4/24/19

Click below to read article in Variety about Breaking Their Silence world premiere at the Newport Beach Film Festival.

“Beautiful stories, incredibly shot and wonderfully edited. This fresh and impactful perspective on the poaching crisis left me with no choice but to take action.” James Chippendale (P.G.A.), San Miguel

Such an intensely powerful and loving film about incredibly powerful women making a huge difference in the world. Intensely moving, touching and inspiring” - Jamie Pesanti, San Miguel

This content is pure gold” - Joe Neagle, San Miguel

Thank you so much for this beautiful movie. It touched my heart deeply. I am feeling fierce and inspired” Valerie Fortin, San Miguel

Wow, incredible, what a powerful film. Not a dry eye in the house.” - Lisa Attridge, London

“One of the most essential stories told of the dire state of wildlife conservation, our duty as guests on this planet to act and the incredible courage of women who inspire us toward change.” Christine Martin, San Miguel

Hands down, this is the most compelling film I’ve ever seen. It broke my heart. Made me cry. Opened my eyes. Yet, out of a deep sadness came an inspiration to do more to take care of nature and this earth. The film challenges the viewer to consider: If not me, then whom? I might not be on the front lines of the human-animal conflict, but I can stand alongside these brave women and make a difference through my everyday actions. I can help educate others, advocate, volunteer, my part to make this world a better, safer place.

I cannot stop talking about this film and the impact it’s had on my life.

I applaud you and the women in the film for risking your lives to stop the violence and poaching in this world.

I’ve known about the crisis for sometime—having spent a great deal of time in Eastern and Southern Africa in the past—but the way you present the human-animal conflict through the stories of the women on the front lines really opened my eyes to the severity of the situation.

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

I’m praying this film gets distributed far and wide. And that it helps bring an end to the slaughter.

I’m praying for the women in the movie. Praying for their continued strength as they do what needs to be done.
— Michelle Saladar - San Miguel