PRESS

'When a good hearted director makes a film that is as entertaining and moving as this one, he bonds with the audience.'
--Old School Reviews

"A lovely and genuine account of generational understanding."
-VARIETY

"It is almost inconceivable that this emotion-provoking, heartfelt, priceless documentary came out of a rookie 19-year old college student."
-Herald Tribune (Florida)

"...the raw humanity that it uncovers-- running Life's roller-coaster ride that ranges from laughter to poignancy to grief."
-Old School Reviews

"Andrew Jenks, Room 335"...a captivating must see film!"
-Film Festival TV

'Andrew Jenks, Room 335 is one of those rare films whose inspiration is found in the people it discovers and its loving portrayal of the beauty of life. It is honest, sincere and most of all celebrates the strength in all of us.'
-Cinequest Film Festival

'The ultimate in intergenerational relationships is the recent Andrew Jenks, Room 335, a documentary that has an almost surreal quality to it.'
-Aging Services of California

'He is the next Woody Allen, only with a brighter smile.'
-DOC U! Magazine

'A diary film, whittled down from over 200 hours of footage, Andrew Jenks, Room 335 may be the most emotionally raw and warming documentary to appear this year.'
-Edmonton Film Festival

'Jenks ended up filming a documentary entitled Andrew Jenks, Room 335, a deeply emotional look at America's elderly and their lost voice.'
-The Gateway

'Sad, funny, shocking, heart-wrenching – pick an adjective and it probably applies.'
-Movie Guy.com, Edmonton

'Now, from the Festival: If there is one film you MUST SEE at this Festival, this is it.'
-Sacramento Film Festival

'What started as 200 hours of footage turned into a 90 minute investment that you will never forget.'
-Santa Barbara International Film Festival

'Deserving Best Film winner at the 2006 Phoenix Film Festival, Room 335 begins as an interesting summer project and evolves into a profound treatise on aging.'
-Toxic Universe

“Room 335 is a surprising character study that serves as a warm portrait of an often neglected aspect of humanity.”
–Toxic Universe

“A lovely and genuine account of generational understanding.”
-VARIETY

“It is almost inconceivable that this emotion-provoking, heartfelt, priceless documentary came out of a rookie 19-year old college student.”
-Herald Tribune (Florida)

“...the raw humanity that it uncovers-- running Life's roller-coaster ride that ranges from laughter to poignancy to grief.”
-Toxic Universe

"Andrew Jenks, Room 335"...a captivating must see film!"
-Film Festival TV

 

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