(Nov. 18, 2014) Eye for Film reports on Barbara Kopple's conversation with directors Katy Chevigny and Ross Kauffman — part of the DOC NYC festival.
(Oct. 27, 2014) ABC's Martha Raddatz interviews director Ross Kauffman and E-TEAM character Fred Abrahams.
(Oct. 23, 2014) "There’s a very cool television series hiding in plain sight in E-TEAM..."
(Oct. 20, 2014) The New Hampshire Film Festival has announced the winners of its International Film Competition portion of the fest.
(Oct. 20, 2014) "The directors of "Deadline" and "Born Into Brothels" form one superteam to track another in a nonfiction nailbiter about Human Rights Watch's emergency investigation unit."
(Oct. 19, 2014) James Foley's parents accepted an award after documentary screening in Portsmouth.
INVESTIGATING HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES IN TIMES OF WAR
(Oct. 15, 2014 ) E-TEAM speaks with the Kojo Nnamdi Show
(Sept. 18, 2014) 'Where human-rights abuses are rampant, someone has to tell the world what's happening in those regions."
(Mar. 2, 2014) "E-TEAM is not only the best film I’ve seen at True/False this year, but perhaps one of the best documentaries I have ever seen."
(Jun. 13, 2014) As part of its coverage of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival in New York City, IndieWire profiled E-TEAM co-director Katy Chevigny.
(Jun. 5, 2014) Anna Neistat appeared on Australian Broadcasting Corporation's "The Drum" to discuss her work as a Human Right's Watch investigator.
(Apr. 17, 2014) Learn more about Ross Kauffman (co-director of E-TEAM), the film, and about what it takes to to be behind the camera of a documentary.
(Mar. 27, 2014) BlogTo compiled a list of ten films that have the most buzz going into HotDocs, and wrote of E-TEAM that it is the "ultimate Human Rights documentary."
(Mar. 12, 2014) Directors Ross Kauffman and Katy Chevigny discuss E-TEAM with KBIA 91.3, a contributor to NPR, about what went in to making the film.
(Mar. 12, 2014) Vox Talk writes that "E-TEAM provides a different perspective on human rights issues than are often reported on the news but never quite to this extent..."
(Jan. 29, 2014) Salon.com highlights Sundance documentaries that use beautiful moments of human interaction to tell much broader stories. Read their story here.
(Jan. 28, 2014) The Hollywood Reporter caught up with E-TEAM co-directors Katy Chevigny and Ross Kauffman to talk about the demands of their embedded filming, the hardships faced by their subjects, and shaping a narrative out of 100 hours of footage. Read the interview here .
DEADLINE HOLLYWOOD: SUNDANCE AWARDS RECAP
(Jan. 26, 2014) Deadline Hollywood recaps the 2014 Sundance Film Festival awards, including E-TEAM's win for US Documentary Cinematography Award.
HUMAN RIGHTS ATROCITIES SEEN THROUGH THE PEOPLE WHO RECORD THEM
(Jan. 24, 2014) The Street reviews E-TEAM: "...the strength of E-TEAM is its decision to focus on the lives of the four investigators... and through those portraits illuminates the overriding truth..."
(Jan. 24, 2014) Waging Nonviolence assembled its list of of Sundance docs that "...utilize beautifully captured moments of human interaction to tell much broader stories."
(Jan. 23, 2014) The Hollywood Reporter reviews E-TEAM, calling it a "spellbinding story" and describing its technical team as "exceptional." Read the full review here.
(Jan. 23, 2014) E-TEAM cinematographer Rachel Beth Anderson spoke with IndieWire about her experience shooting the film.
(Jan. 23, 2014) Co-director and professor at Rutgers Center for Digital Filmmaking Ross Kauffman discusses his work, revealing what led him to filmmaking.
(Jan. 22, 2014) The Wall Street Journal examines how the 2014 Sundance Film Festival brought different looks at the civil war in Syria.
(Jan. 22, 2014) "If the astonishing, moving E-TEAM weren’t a documentary, you might think the story of globe-hopping human-rights observers was the basis for Tom Cruise’s next action franchise..."
(Jan. 21, 2014) Park City public radio station KPCW hosted E-TEAM co-directors Katy Chevigny and Ross Kauffman for a discussion about their film.
(Jan. 21, 2014) IndieWire's calls E-TEAM an "...outstandingly gripping and heartbreaking non-fiction achievement."
(Jan. 17, 2014) Los Angeles Times Film Critic Kenneth Turan reflects on his personal connections to two Sundance films.
(Jan. 17, 2014) Ford Foundation JustFilms provided major support for five features selected for competition and premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
(Jan. 17, 2014) KUER FM's RadioWest sat down with co-director Ross Kauffman and E-TEAM characters Anna Neistat and Ole Solvang.
(Jan. 15, 2014) Filmmakers Katy Chevigny and Ross Kauffman on their film E-TEAM, premiering in the U.S. Documentary Competition at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.
MEET THE 2014 SUNDANCE FILMMAKERS
(Dec. 3, 2013) The 30th Anniversary of the Sundance Film Festival will feature 118 feature-length films.
(Dec. 6, 2013) Sundance has unveiled the U.S. and world cinema documentaries set to play in competition at next month’s Utah festival.
FEATURED PRESS BREAKS
Meet the Artists '14: Katy Chevigny and Ross Kauffman - Sundance Film Festival
Beyond Cinema Magazine chats with E-TEAM co-directors Ross Kauffman and Katy Chevigny and editor David Teague.
HotDocs Q&A with co-director Ross Kauffman.
"What Do You Do, Exactly?" panel at Full Frame Film Festival moderated by Katy Chevigny, featuring E-TEAM producer Marilyn Ness
Co-directors Katy Chevigny and Ross Kauffman and composer T. Griffin at the Composer Roundtable at Sundance Film Festival (2014)
Ross Kauffman accepts E-TEAM's award for Cinematograry, U.S. Documentary at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival