Passionate and enthusiastic!
Another example of radio as a tool
in the struggle of oppressed peoples.
José Ignacio López Vigil. Author "Rebel Radio"
Intimacy permeates this film
as it permeates the struggle in Oaxaca.
Left Turn Magazine
Beautiful, powerful, dramatic...magnificent.
Everyone interested in the state of our world and the struggle for social justice should see this film.
Mexican Labor News and Analysis
A superb portrait of the power of grassroots media in general, and community radio in particular.
Author "People's Movements, People's Press"
Wow. Inspiring and frightening.
Now how do we convince people here to set up blockades and take over the media?
Franklin Lopez, subMedia
Who better than Freidberg to give us this frontline account of how media became the driving force
behind Oaxaca's popular movement?
Teo Ballve, Co-Editor "Dispatches from Latin America"
Pick of the Week
Every bit as powerful and effective as the renowned documentary
about the coup in Venezuela,
“The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.”
Only in this case, in Oaxaca, it was.
Powerful...impressive. An essential testimony.
Without a doubt, A Little Bit of So Much Truth will leave it's mark on contemporary,
independent documentary filmmaking.
Emir Sader, CLACSO
Go see this movie! It is terrific!
A tour de force of documentary filmmaking.
Brilliantly conceived and executed.
Demonstrates the essential role of radio
as a weapon of mass instruction.
David Barsamian, Alternative Radio
A beautiful, terrifying, and very hopeful film.
Jeff Sharlet, Rolling Stone Magazine
A brave, thrilling, tragic, and yet often
mordantly funny documentary.
Told with an urgency that
many a documentary maker ought to emulate.
Metro Santa Cruz
An exceptional film.
The role that media play in the heart of the struggle indicates that this may well be
the first true 21st century revolution.
Author "Communication Revolution"