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KATIE Couric Show – “Celebrating Nurses”
“Katie salutes nurses across the country. Meet the heroes who heal us, inspire us and save our lives.” (Aired July 16, 2014)

The New York Times – “Attending Life’s First Breath and Its Last”
“elegantly clear-eyed… a worthwhile documentary… Tears are almost inevitable.”

The Washington Post – “A Look at the Lives of American Nurses”
“…mix of powerful images with words of men and women whose lives are devoted to healing.”

ABC News – “The American Nurse Celebrates Unsung Healing Heroes on the Front Lines of Health Care”
“…personal stories of nurses of every stripe from every facet of society.”

The Village Voice – “…Documentary About Genuine Human Decency”
“The diversity of her subjects is impressive… stirs new appreciation for the profession.”


Woman’s Day – “A Film that Will Make You Love Nurses Even MORE”
“I left the NYC premiere feeling so much love and respect for these important healthcare professionals.

WYPR Radio: Midday with Dan Rodricks – Interview with Carolyn Jones and Naomi Cross
“exploring the American experiences of healthcare, poverty, war and the hospice through the eyes of nurses.

The Durham Herald-Sun – “A moving film about life and death, and those who care
“beyond a must-see for those who are or have been nurses, “The American Nurse” is an important piece of work for all Americans to watch, as everyone comes in contact with a nurse at some point in their lives

The Aisle Seat – “The American Nurse”
“Intellectually and emotionally engaging. This is one of the best films you’ll see this year, documentary or otherwise.

NYC Movie Guru – “The American Nurse”
“…this moving and humanizing documentary will forever change the way you look at nurses.

Pop Matters – “The American Nurse: Five Health Care Workers”
“The film’s connections between scenes — within single storylines and also across the experiences of the various nurses — construct an emotional and moral throughline, beyond particular place or crisis.

Lancaster New Era – “Film about nurses…”
“…a portrait of five amazing people whose compassion, intelligence and open hearts will remain with you for a long time to come.

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