April 9, 2016 – “I Am a Ukrainian” documentary’s participation in the Peace on Earth Film Festival discussed in Ukrainian Chicago Magazine

March 4, 2016 – “I Am a Ukrainian” documentary introduced in The Ukraine Weekly

January 28, 2016 – Pre-release screening of “I Am a Ukrainian” documentary at Canada’s Ukrainian Embassy announced.

February 24, interview with Ben Moses  by James Barnes Video.

February 19, 2014CNN’s Miguel Marquez interviews Ben Moses about his viral video, “I Am a Ukrainian.”  Video.

February 19, 2014Interview with Ben Moses on KIRO Radio 97.3 by Libby Denkmann  Radio.

January 28, 2013 – Boston Globe covers Harvard Kennedy School screening and panel 

January 11, 2013 – KCOD Radio Interview with Ben Moses at the Palm Springs International Film Festival by Shauna Holmes. Audio.

January 7, 2013 – KESQ Interview with Ben Moses during the Palm Springs International Film Festival 2013. Video.

October 25, 2012 – Laura Ingle interviews Ben Moses on Fox News.   Video.

October 23, 2012 – Film Journal International Review by Maitland McDonagh

“…the movie shines when it spotlights individuals who stepped up to the plate when common sense favored backing down…”

October 22, 2012 – Huffington Post write-up and review by Deborah Stambler

“…seeing this film made me realize: Yes, our system is flawed. No, I’m not always sure whom to believe. But I still want to be part of this. I want to be part of this messy, frustrating system and be active in my community.”

“The story “A Whisper To A Roar” tells is far from easy. The material is complex and timely, and the uncertainty, violence and constantly shifting political situations make the filmmaker’s task a daunting one. Moses handles the difficult material adroitly and though parts of the film are difficult to watch due to violence, what shines through is a core belief that people will go to great lengths to make their voices heard.”

October 22, 2012 – Shockya Review by Brent Simon

“…“A Whisper to a Roar” is a powerful documentary that ties together the heroic and ongoing efforts of democracy activists in five countries, and reaffirms the human spirit’s innate desire for freedom.”

“Emotionally engaging and impactful, “A Whisper to a Roar” is a well put together look at the yearning and universal nature of values we too frequently ascribe as uniquely American.”

October 22, 2012 – University of Southern California’s The Daily Trojan write-up on “A Whisper to a Roar” by Jordyn Holman

“Though the filmmakers did not purposefully schedule the release of the film to coincide with the [first Presidential] debate, the close proximity of the two events added a fresh perspective to “A Whisper to a Roar.”  Before viewing the film, the audience watched the debate, then witnessed seeing the other side of democracy in Moses’ documentary.  This contrast emphasized the recurring message of a democracy being only as strong as the people willing to fight for its vitality.”

October 19, 2012  Sister Rose at the Movies Review by Sister Rose

“This is a film worth watching.”

October 19, 2012 – KPCC: Larry Mantle’s Air Talk Film Week Review (audio) by Henry Sheehan and Wade Major

“I just thought this was deeply, deeply moving…”  Wade Major

October 18, 2012 – Los Angeles Times Review by Gary Goldstein

“The provocative documentary tells the stories of activists who risked almost everything to bring democracy to their countries.”

“An impressive array of archival news footage, enlightening interviews with activists, politicos, academics and journalists…”

October 16, 2012 – Heartland Film Fest Review – 4 out of 5 yaps  by Christopher Lloyd

“What’s most interesting about this film is that it does not view these uprisings with rose-colored glasses.”

“The film illustrates this elegantly with an animated interlude…”

October 11, 2012  The New York Times Review By Nicolas Rapold

“A Whisper to a Roar” is a vivid documentary with unusual access to the key players in the geopolitical dramas it recounts.

“…trenchant, polished interviews lend a firsthand immediacy to a whirlwind tour of supposed democracies and bold resistance.”

“This deft digest from the director Ben Moses is by turns shocking and inspiring as we witness both the brutal abuse of power and life-endangering dissent.”

“The footage plucked from archives — crowds, interview face-offs, heads of states grandstanding — can be electric.”

October 10, 2012 Village Voice/LA Weekly review by Michelle Orange

“”A Whisper to a Roar” documents recent grassroots efforts for change – genuine democracy confronting its puppet-show guise…”

“An expertly drawn primer on the soft dictatorships that constrained five different countries and the peaceful revolutions that sought to expunge them…”

Director, Ben Moses “ambitiously interweaves stories of oppression and uprising out of the Ukraine, Venezuela, Egypt, Malaysia, and Zimbabwe.”

Deborah Stambler writes about “A Whisper to a Roar” in her blog,

“I’m coming to a place where reading, thinking, writing about the struggle and the process of struggle are fascinating.  I know that I’m doing all of this from my cozy American home, not on the front lines, not in harm’s way or trying to protect my children, find food, etc.  But this is the first step.  I am paying attention.  This is exactly the kind of introspection that the film “A Whisper To A Roar” encourages.”

May 18, 2012 – Praise for “A Whisper to a Roar” in National Review Online

March 2012 -Lynne Moses attends International Family Film Festival, where her script “Run Away Home” is Finalist in  Screenplay Competition

Turner Classic Movie Article on origins of “Good Morning Vietnam”