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    Reviews, Articles and other little bits of writing
    on The Innocents.

FilmThreat.com review
by Phil Hall
"Made for only $100,000, The Innocents has a professional production quality which can rival any feature coming out of Hollywood.
Writer-director Katherine Griffin has a remarkable stye...and (The Innocents) should have launched Ms. Griffin to a higher level in the film world."...Read the full review that put us into the Encyclopedia of Underground Films...full story >>

YAPA Magazine
YAPA Magazine - Monday, May 16, 2000
Keepin' It Reel by Kenya Yarbrough
"This film is about death and about life and about living to your fullest, appreciating each moment for what it gives you."...Read the full interview of how it all started...full story >>

People's Weekly World
People's Weekly World - Friday, May 12, 2000
by Caroline Rummel
"With too many films you see them and forget them almost before you hit the parking lot. And then there are those precious few that stay with you...The Innocents is just such a movie."...full story >>

Weekend - Thursday, February 3, 2000
AT THE MOVIES by Anita Modak-Truran
"...A rich, robust vision rarely demonstrated in a first feature film. Griffin represents a strong movement in the indie filmmaking scene."...full story >>

LA Times
Westside Weekly - Friday, July 23, 1999
Of hype and Hondas by Marcela Rojas
"If it weren't for her trusty Honda Prelude, Katherine Griffin couldn't have made her first feature film "The Innocents,"...full story >>

LA Times
Calendar Weekend - Thursday, July 22, 1999
Sreening Room by Kevin Thomas
"A highly accomplished first film...Katherine Griffin displays much promise on either side of the camera in "The Innocents,"...full story >>

Daily Variety - Thursday July 8, 1999
Dances film fest waltzes in with unknown works by Charles Lyons
You may not have heard of a single film in this fest, but for its directors that's a prime selling point....full story >>

Country Sampler - August 27, 1997
Old Red has a chance at fame in movie by Nancy Ralston and Marynor Jordan
"Whoever thought this fire-engine red 1955 Ford would star in a movie?"...full story >>