from reviews of WHOSE STREETS?
"Deeply stirring...edited with superb sensitivity by Chris McNabb." - Ann Hornaday, THE WASHINGTON POST
"Outstanding and incendiary...with a Frederick Wiseman level of immersion." - Jordan Hoffman, THE GUARDIAN
"Editor Chris McNabb added deft editing to the 100 minutes of film that must have been culled from hours-upon-hours of raw footage...This is courageous, grassroots filmmaking at its best." - Dwight Brown, HUFFPOST​​​​​​​
"...the most vital [documentary of 2017]." - David Fear, ROLLING STONE
"The film's rhythmic editing contextualizes Ferguson's streets for their relevance to a black populace's want for stability and peace." - Clayton Dillard, SLANT MAGAZINE
"Dares you not to be moved. When people ask about the Black Lives Matter movement, whether it's a year or 50 from now, I will tell them to see 'Whose Streets?'" - Nick Allen, ROGEREBERT.COM
"[A] palpable feeling of being trapped in a war zone...Folayan and editor Chris McNabb shape their story so that viewers appreciate the atmosphere of besieged anguish." - Tim Grierson, SCREEN DAILY

"A slice of living history." - Dennis Harvey, Variety
"Whose Streets? communicates...urgency from the inside out -- not as news story or social theory, but as communal experience and awakening." - Sheri Linden, Los Angeles Times
"A brash example of guerrilla filmmaking." - Stephanie Zacharek, TIME Magazine
"Urgent, of-the-moment nonfiction filmmaking...more vital than ever. An essential testament." - David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter​​​​​​​
"Clear-eyed but heartrending." - Alan Scherstuhl, The Village Voice
"Riveting citizen journalism...reframed to emphasize the panicked mainstream narrative that Ferguson was about lawlessness rather than protest." - Ty Burr, Boston Globe
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