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NYT Critics’ Pick:

“Thoughtfully assembled to showcase the music and the temperaments behind it,
this jam-packed oral history of the Carter and Cash families weaves the voices
of prominent musicians… with those of family members past and present.
Leading us from Poor Valley, Va… through decades of personal and
professional landmarks, Ms. Harrington sweeps divorce, disappointment
and the Great Depression into a single, upbeat package.”

-Jeannette Catsoulis, The New York Times on The Winding Stream

“Rocker-turned-documentarian Beth Harrington

(Welcome to the Club: The Women of Rockabilly) celebrates the Carter
and Cash family
and its enduring contributions to country, folk and roots music
in The Winding Stream,
an impressively researched and deftly crafted
that doubtless will find an appreciative audience.

-Joe Leydon, Variety on The Winding Stream

“A SXSW Best of Fest music film.

Harrington digs deep into both the family's legacy and the
first-couple of country union of June Carter and Johnny Cash.”

-David Fear, Rolling Stone on The Winding Stream

“Informative and provocative.”

-Phil Gallo, Billboard Magazine on The Winding Stream

“...Enough drama, music and history to fuel a miniseries

in [this] thoroughly entertaining and comprehensive account of the

Carter and Cash families and their enduring contributions to American music…”

-Frank Scheck, The Hollywood Reporter on The Winding Stream

“…Illuminating… moving…

There is no need to be a country music buff

to enjoy this charming slice of Americana.”

-David Lewis, San Francisco Chronicle on The Winding Stream

“...An earnest, engaging doc history…

stands as a reminder of how much it can mean just to listen.”

-Alan Scherstuhl, Village Voice on The Winding Stream

“…A real crowd-pleaser about American roots music royalty…”

-Loren King, The Boston Globe on The Winding Stream

“A must-see, as four respective downfalls and comebacks 

 are portrayed unflinchingly and without sentimentality.”

-Nashville Scene on Welcome to the Club: The Women of Rockabilly

“A thoroughly entertaining ride…

by turns funny, exciting and well-researched.”    

-Country Standard Time on Welcome to the Club: The Women of Rockabilly

“[A] sophisticated mosaic of television and news clips, real-life videotape

and real life actors reinventing Boston’s North End…

worth catching for its mordant sense of how a child of the 1950s

creeps toward an acceptance of her past.”

-The New York Times on The Blinking Madonna and Other Miracles

“Funny, touching and winningly personal.”

-Chicago Sun Times on The Blinking Madonna and Other Miracles

“A gentle off-center paean to the miracles of camaraderie and community,

sensual pleasure and sheer human resilience – and an

homage to deeply felt elements of her religious tradition.”

-The Boston Globe on The Blinking Madonna and Other Miracles

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