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  • POV Announces 2019 season including USA broadcast of Collective Hunch's The rescue list

    March 13, 2019
    "From city streets to the halls of Congress, women are reasserting their voice and power in 2019. As history unfolds, women are also documenting it. Celebrating these powerful stories in the 32nd season of American television’s longest running documentary showcase on PBS and bucking the industry’s stubborn gender gap, nine out of POV’s 16 feature films this season are helmed by women directors." Collective Hunch is proud to announce that our feature documentary, directed by Alyssa Fedele and Zachary Fink is part of POV's incredible 32 season!

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  • State of Pride premieres on opening night at SXSW

    March 8, 2019
    State of Pride follows Raymond Braun in his journey to discover how LGBTQ+ people across America celebrate Pride. It’s set to be distributed on YouTube Premium in June - timed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, an infamous event where members of the LGBTQ+ community fought back after police raided a well-known New York City gay bar. Cinematography by Collective Hunch's Zachary Fink.

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  • The Rescue List Wins - Richard D. Propes Social Impact Award Documentary Feature

    October 21, 2018
    The Heartland International Film Festival announced the filmmaker award winners for the film festival’s 27th edition and Collective Hunch's The Rescue List wins the Impact Award!

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  • Winner Best Documentary - BendFilm

    October 16, 2018
    We are honored to share that our film, The Rescue List, won Best Documentary Feature at BendFilm Festival in Oregon last weekend.

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  • The Rescue List - INDEPENDENT CRITIC REVIEW

    October 12, 2018
    "The Rescue List is one of those documentaries that sneaks up on you with its power and impact. It seems calm, almost normal, yet we become so involved in these young lives that if you’re like me you’ll find yourself thinking about the film long after the closing credits have rolled"

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  • The Rescue List - HOLLYWOOD REPORTER REVIEW

    April 23, 2018
    "Documentaries exposing social injustice around the world are nothing new, but The Rescue List, which had its world premiere at the San Francisco Film Festival, takes us to a part of the world we rarely see. Set in Ghana, it centers on the battle to rescue children who have been sold into slavery by their parents. Award-winning filmmaker Steve James (Hoop Dreams, Life Itself) served as executive producer, and the co-directors, Alyssa Fedele and Zachary Fink, also have impressive credits in the field. Their background enabled them to deliver a film of compassion and insight."

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  • The Rescue List - INDIEWIRE REVIEW

    April 13, 2018
    "The first proper scene of Alyssa Fedele and Zachary Fink’s “The Rescue List” ends with a harrowing slow-speed chase, an adult man sloshing through the river to catch a crying boy and drag him back to the boat. It’s only later that we can fully appreciate how he saved the boy’s life."

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  • The Rescue List - VARIETY REVIEW

    April 10, 2018
    "For decades most Westerners thought child labor was a thing of the past, one of those bad-old-days relics left behind with the Victorian era. But economic globalization has brought new attention to myriad surviving networks of exploitation and trafficking, many dependent on the underaged. American documentary duo Alyssa Fedele and Zachary Fink’s “The Rescue List” sheds light on one internationally little-known but persistent case in point: Children used as slaves in the fishing industry of Ghana’s Lake Volta."

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  • The Rescue List - Film Threat Review

    April 8, 2018
    "The access that Fedele and Fink have to the center, the kids, slave masters, and families is remarkable. The power of this film is that it’s all real."

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