We Have Your Kids, 8/10

grassroots, underdog, uphill battle. undeniably brave parents, Wayne Coe and Steve Gilger, are the “David” and the behemoth “Goliath” is the Board of Education. The problem? Money and power affecting cities across America with virtually no checks or balances.”

Read full review, Alan Ng, Film Threat



“You really did an exceptional job putting this all together.  You should be commended for the fight you waged and for the effort put into this film. Great job.”

David Trulli, cinematographer




“Since the roll of education is to train students to perform tasks demanded by the new capitalist technology, disruption of the education process strikes a blow against the established order and futures the development of working-class consciousness.”                                                                                                                                                                                     

MOTHERS



“I’ve watched your doc, and I am blown away. You've really taught yourself how to make a movie. It's just amazing!”

Rob Kahn, Mixology sound




“All crime films are about capitalism

and all capitalism is about crime.”

Filmmaker, Abraham PolonskY



“The education industry is, among other things, a billion dollar industry and a billion dollar industry is more important than the life of a child.”

James Baldwin


“If anything were to happen in the event of an emergency — we’re SCREWED.”

                                            STUDENT POLL



“Mr. Coe has tells relentless lies, engages in character assassination and fabricates facts.”

superintendent Nuciforo, president Melony Spock                                                                                      



"I'm amazed at this film. It is a tight story and the storyline is supported by clever/crazy graphics and a lot of nice "B" Roll. I really like how you've used the issue of the dangerous trains (both in story emphasis and in shots) throughout.”

Devin Hawker, copywriter   



“The role of art of cinema is to make visible what is not visible in society.”

Costra-Gavras, Writer-Director