2/17/14

The Wonderful World of Debutantes Who Dress Like Martha Washington

Documentaries don’t come more sparse or more disturbing than Let the Fire Burn, Jason Osder’s examination of the disastrous confrontation between the police and the radical group MOVE in Philadelphia in May 1985.

— Jezebel

2/16/14

Texas Town Brings Out Its Debs For George Washington's Birthday

Documentaries don’t come more sparse or more disturbing than Let the Fire Burn, Jason Osder’s examination of the disastrous confrontation between the police and the radical group MOVE in Philadelphia in May 1985.

— NPR

2/16/14

A heaping slice of Americana – served up Texas style

Documentaries don’t come more sparse or more disturbing than Let the Fire Burn, Jason Osder’s examination of the disastrous confrontation between the police and the radical group MOVE in Philadelphia in May 1985.

— Albuquerque Journal

2/15/14

Las Marthas: Debutantes in Laredo, Surprisingly Colonial

Documentaries don’t come more sparse or more disturbing than Let the Fire Burn, Jason Osder’s examination of the disastrous confrontation between the police and the radical group MOVE in Philadelphia in May 1985.

— New York Times

2/14/14

Las Marthas: una tradición que une culturas y generaciones

Documentaries don’t come more sparse or more disturbing than Let the Fire Burn, Jason Osder’s examination of the disastrous confrontation between the police and the radical group MOVE in Philadelphia in May 1985.

— AARP/VIVA

2/13/14

Mexican-American Debutantes Dress Up Like Martha Washington in Las Marthas Documentary

Documentaries don’t come more sparse or more disturbing than Let the Fire Burn, Jason Osder’s examination of the disastrous confrontation between the police and the radical group MOVE in Philadelphia in May 1985.

— Remezcla

2/11/14

Las Marthas Will Make You Think Twice about the Border, Latinas and Class

Documentaries don’t come more sparse or more disturbing than Let the Fire Burn, Jason Osder’s examination of the disastrous confrontation between the police and the radical group MOVE in Philadelphia in May 1985.

— ColorLines

2/10/14

Spies of Mississippi, TV review

Documentaries don’t come more sparse or more disturbing than Let the Fire Burn, Jason Osder’s examination of the disastrous confrontation between the police and the radical group MOVE in Philadelphia in May 1985.

— New York Daily News

2/10/14

Review: Spies of Mississippi: Espionage in the heart of Dixie

Documentaries don’t come more sparse or more disturbing than Let the Fire Burn, Jason Osder’s examination of the disastrous confrontation between the police and the radical group MOVE in Philadelphia in May 1985.

— Los Angeles Times

2/10/14

Spies of Mississippi airs tonight on PBS, talks about spies in civil rights movement

Documentaries don’t come more sparse or more disturbing than Let the Fire Burn, Jason Osder’s examination of the disastrous confrontation between the police and the radical group MOVE in Philadelphia in May 1985.

— The Clarion-Ledger