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Strong reviews for Untouchable’s Tribeca world premiere screening. Forbes says, “Exceptional and important… one of the most impressive documentaries I have ever seen.”

Salon calls Code of the West one of the best movies about America’s drug war: “Brilliant…. a gripping human tale… skillfully blends policy with pathos.” ARTICLE

The head of New York Times editorial board, Andy Rosenthal, cited our Op-Doc video as a reason that drove the editorial board to unanimously call for an end to marijuana prohibition.  ARTICLE

“War Don Don” makes three critics’ year-end lists of best films. Village Voice posts Cynthia Fuchs’ favorite films of 2010. Christopher Campbell’s moviefone blog lists “War Don Don” as one of the 10 Best Documentaries of 2010 To Watch For. And the Philadelphia City Paper also lists “War Don Don” as one of the best films of 2010.

IndieWire Article: Did Rebecca Richman Cohen’s Medical Marijuana Documentary Save a Man from Prison?

Rebecca Richman Cohen profiled in Filmmaker Magazine’s 25 New Faces in Independent Film as an “up-and-comer poised to shape the next generation of independent film.”

Listen to interview with Rebecca Richman Cohen on Spoiler Alert discuss her films — and her carear.

Filmmaker Rebecca Richman Cohen (and other non-practicing law school grads) profiled in Documentary magazine. From the Courtroom to the Edit Room: When Lawyers Shift Careers

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, present filmmaker Rebecca Richman Cohen the First Annual Hugo Munsterberg Award for psychology of human nature in cinema.

“War Don Don” wins the Best Film Award from the Investigative Report Jury at the Festival international du film des droits de l’homme (FIFDH) in Paris.

Jerome McDonnell interviews Rebecca Richman Cohen on WBEZ Chicago’s Worldview before “War Don Don’s” Chicago theatrical premiere at Facets Cinémathèque.

In connection with the 2010 Human Rights Watch Film Festival, Cinereach presents its annual Cinereach Award to Rebecca Richman Cohen for excellence in artful, vital storytelling

Francisco Bello, producer and editor, wins The Karen Schmeer Award for Excellence in Documentary Editing at IFFBoston for his work on “War Don Don”

“War Don Don” is awarded Special Jury Prize at SXSW Film Festival

indieWIRE interview SXSW ‘10 | Rebecca Richman Cohen Justifies Her Law School Tuition with War Don Don