“A gutsy exposé about an issue on the tip of people’s tongues.”

– Matt Tyrnauer, director, Citizen Jane: Battle for the City
  • A passionate and self-discerning film...I loved it. It made me cry.
    — D.A. Pennebaker, director, Dont Look Back, The War Room
  • Everyone needs to see this film.
    — Geraldine Brooks, Pulitzer Prize winning author
  • ONE BIG HOME is a remarkably moderate, grown up piece of work which really stands out in the current climate and will give US cinemagoers something refreshingly different to engage with.
    — Jennier Kermode, Eye For Film (UK)
  • A gutsy expose about an issue on the tip of people's tongues in communities across the country...
    — Matt Tyrnauer, director, Valentino the Last Emperor
  • Opened my eyes...
    — Doug Liman, director, The Bourne Identity
  • The film is ultimately a thought-provoking one, offering viewers insights from multiple perspectives and an inside look at how one community decided together in determining its future.
    — Kimberley Mok, Treehugger
  • So honest and important.
    — Chris Hegedus, director, Unlocking the Cage
  • The compelling set of issues, ironies, and controversies it raises are relevant to cities, towns, and villages all over the world.
    — Alan Berliner, director, Nobody’s Business, Wide Awake
  • It was like a novel that you’d written and put all of your life into. That gave it such weight. It was amazing...
    — D.A. Pennebaker, director, Dont Look Back, The War Room
  • A wonderful, moving, important film.
    — Laurie David, producer, An Inconvenient Truth
  • Intelligent and thoughtful throughout, One Big Home starts out with bias and ends up with one of the fairest assessments of a complex cultural issue seen on our screens in recent years.
    — Jennier Kermode, Eye for Film UK
  • A universal, human interest story that asks what our responsibilities are to our environment and our planet...
    — Misan Sagay, screenwriter, Belle
  • ONE BIG HOME is becoming a rallying cry for all those who want to preserve the soul of their communities!
    — John Marksbury and Chuck Steinman, founders, Save Truro Seashore
  • The film eloquently presents a thought-provoking question every community must ask itself, which is, ‘What is it we value about our town, our community, and what is our responsibility in protecting it?'
    — Kristin Andres, Association to Preserve Cape Cod (APCC)
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