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            A Lot Like You

            A Film by Eliaichi Kimaro

            Press Coverage


            FEATURE ARTICLES:

             


            Seattle Filmmaker Finds Herself in her Tanzanian Family (Tyrone Beason, 1/29/12)


            Cross-Cultural Ties Examined in Documentary (Sarah Stuteville, 1/25/13)
            –also appeared in the
            Have A Complicated Identity?  America’s Future Looks ‘A Lot Like You’ (Sarah Stuteville, 1/25/13)

            Turning to the Past to Envision a Different Future (Wendy Elisheva Somerson, 9/8/11)

            There and Back Again: Eliaichi Kimaro’s Hard Truths (Lindy West, 1/19/11)

            A Lot Like You – Film Review (Wendy Somerson, Spring 2012)

            Filmmaker Discusses Personal History, Identity as Queer Black Woman  (Taneil Ruffin, Feb. 2015)


            Film Review | A Lot Like You (Jennifer Dean, Sept. 2013)

            Sarasota Film Festival – The Insider
            Filmmaker Interview (April 2012)

            Collective Eye Film Blog
            Interview with Eliaichi Kimaro (August 2013)


            A Lot Like Us:  A Chat with Eli Kimaro (March/April 2013)

            Toronto Film Scene
            Film Review | A Lot Like You (William Brownridge, June 2012)


            Award-Winning Filmmaker Eliaichi Kimaro Visits Univ of Redlands, Uses Film to Begin Discussion on Culture and Diversity (Hannah Amante, Oct 2013)


            Film Review | Celebrated Cinema (Adrian Black, August 2013)

            A documentary lifts a veil on a generation of abuse (Leslie Brown, 11/9/11)

            Out of Africa: A Seattle filmmaker explores her heritage (Brian Miller, 5/18/11))


            Film Review | A Lot Like You (Caroline Teng, January 2013)


            RCC Students See Cultural Share Benefit (Rachel Rodgers, December 2014)


            “A Lot Like You”:  Filmmaker Shares the Personal, Universal (Casey Mendoza, Oct 2013)

            Film Review | A Journey Beyond Culture; Into Our Lives (Anaïs Angelo, March 2015)


            Film Review | A Lot Like You (Julia Park, November 2012)

             

            RADIO:

             

             


            Tracing Her Tanzanian Roots In ‘A Lot Like You’ (8/2/12, TRT 10:03)

            [audio https://www.box.com/shared/static/d8b0231438d3c7519917.mp3]

             

            Finding Family, Identity, and Hard Questions in Tanzania (Michelle Chen, 1/7/2013, TRT 18:33)

            Filmmaker Eli Kimaro’s shock at Tanzania violence (Leslie Goffe, 12/21/11, TRT 03:58)

            NPR, KUOW Presents – Interview with Eli Kimaro
            A Lot Like You (Jeremy Richards, 12/19/09, TRT 12:22)

             

            TV:

             (PBS)
            Eliaichi Kimaro:  on Cultural Identity (Warren Etheredge, 4/17/11, TRT 26:48)


            Interview with Eli Kimaro, Director of A Lot Like You (Laila Kazmi, 2016)

            New Day NW (King5)
            Local filmmaker documents emotional search for self
            Pete Droge performs; Interview with Eli and Pete (Margaret Larson, 5/23/11, TRT 09:25)

            Seattle International Film Festival—Filmmaker Interview
            Director Eli Kimaro (Sharon Conner, SIFFtv/HBO, TRT 08:32)


            Filmmaker interview with Eli Kimaro (National Black Programming Consortium, TRT 03:08)

            Vashonia
            (Susan McCabe, Voice of Vashon, 12/10/09, TRT 15:14)


            (Nancy Guppy, KCTS/Seattle Channel–from ~12:50-15:10)

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