From the Streets to Sundance: Film
About Chicago-Based Dreamcatcher Foundation Wins Prize
'The Dreamcatcher' Review: Compassion, Rehab for Sex
Condoms and Compassion to Ladies of the Night
Video Clip: Salma: From Caged
Adolescence to Liiterary Fame, June 2013
"Ask a Documentary Filmmaker" YouTube Clip with Kim
Kim Longinotto answers viewer questions about the world of
“The Signal” WYPR radio broadcast,
Film critic Josh Slates’ interview with Kim Longinotto at
the True/False Film Festival where she became the first
woman director to receive the True Vision Award.
“When Lou Met… Kim Longinotto”
Community Channel video, February 20, 2009
Broadcaster and journalist Lou Bolch interviews Kim
Longinotto as the first in an ongoing series on filmmakers
who’ve shone a light on social issues through documentary.
“The Awards & After Party” Sundance
Included footage of Kim Longinotto accepting the World
Cinema Jury Prize in Documentary with ROUGH AUNTIES subjects
Mildred Ngcobo and Thuli Sibiya.
“Ladies of Justice” WNYC The Leonard
Lopate Show, April 12, 2006
Kim Longinotto describes the making of Peabody Award-winning
film SISTERS IN LAW on WNYC’s The Leonard Lopate Show.
“Documentary Spotlights West African
‘Sisters in Law’”
NPR People and Places, November 27,
Kim Longinotto discusses the idea and experiences behind
SISTERS IN LAW.
Brenda Myers-Powell’s Story Illustrates the Need for
Kim Longinotto And The Breakthrough Of Brenda
Q & A with Brenda Myers-Powell, Co-Founder and the Executive
Director of the Dreamcatcher Foundation
Dreamcatcher Depicts The Grim Truth About Prostitution
Kim Longinotto On Fostering Intimacy With Her Subjects And
Giving A Voice To Women’s Stories In Dreamcatcher
Indiewire: Dreamcatcher on The 20 Best Documentaries Of 2015
In Conversation with Documentary Film Maker Kim Longinotto
The Hindu: "Journey to
Freedom" Article on Salma
Front Row Reviews: Sheffield
Doc/Fest Twenty: Salma
"Bring Your Own Doc" Sundance Episode
features a clip about Longinotto's recent documentary "Salma"
Watch a DocHouse Editing Masterclass with
Ollie Huddleston & Kim Longinotto
Ollie and Kim discuss their working method together and show
clips from their work.
“Sundance Film Festival
Film Festival, January 24, 2009
ROUGH AUNTIES is an observational documentary that bears
patient witness to the best and worst of human nature. Two
“aunties” featured in the documentary answered audience
questions following a recent screening with the film’s
director, Kim Longinotto.
“The Invisible Woman – Kim Longinotto”
The Case for Global Film
“Interview with Kim Longinotto”
Still in Motion, July 22, 2008
extensive interview with Kim Longinotto by Pamela Cohn,
covering several of Kim ’s films and filmmaking experiences.