In his article “Still Going Strong: Detectives, Killers and Bill Moyers”, New York Times television critic Mike Hale gave a special shout out to the ITVS series in his 2012 report:
Global Voices offers audiences an intimate look at the uncommon stories by and about everyday people. The fifth season of Global Voices brought Ethiopian runners, Russian political activists, and Indonesian street musicians into the homes of everyday Americans, bringing these rare insights and firsthand perspectives to life. From the Ukraine to Afghanistan, Global Voices is an eclectic showcase of internationally themed documentaries made by independent filmmakers around the globe.
To read Hale's full article, please click here.
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