The Kill Team

"An essential film no matter what your political convictions." - David Edelstein, New York Magazine

"Chilling, Concise, and Clear-Eyed" - Gary Goldstein, Los Angeles Times

"Soberly executed and highly principled documentary filmmaking" - Andrew O'hehir, Salon

"Powerful...jaw-dropping" - Stephanie Merry, The Washington Post

"Must-see viewing" - Ronnie Scheib, Variety

"Devastating...a formidable contender" - Stephen Holden, The New York Times

"Has the kind of urgent intimacy that characterizes the best
such non-fiction films...astonishing
" - Ian Bailey, The Globe and Mail

"Hits all the right buttons: political injustice, moral outrage, and
emotional catharsis" - Anthony Kaufman, Indiewire

"The most daring documentary of the year so far...a stunning, powerful film that boldly complicates the conversation around America’s wars" - Daniel Walber, Film School Rejects

"Riveting" - Josh Ralske, MovieMaker Magazine

"An early contender for best documentary of the year" - David Kempler, Big Picture Big Sound

"Uniquely powerful" - Bilge Ebiri, Vulture.com

"Among the most vital documents of the war in Afghanistan" - David Ehrlich, Film.com

 

PRESS NOTES (right click to download)

 

High resolution production stills:

Adam Winfield at Fort Lewis, August 2011. 
Photo by Dan Krauss.

Adam Winfield and family react to sentencing, August 2011. Photo by Dan Krauss.

Specialist Adam Winfield. Photo by
Dan Krauss.

Private First Class Andrew Holmes. Photo by Dan Krauss

Adam Winfield (center) with his parents, Chris (left) and Emma (right). Photo by Dan Krauss.
Adam Winfield (center) with his parents, Chris (left) and Emma (right). Photo by Dan Krauss.

Adam Winfield (center) with his parents, Chris (left) and Emma (right). Photo by Dan Krauss.
Adam Winfield (center) with his parents, Chris (left) and Emma (right). Photo by Dan Krauss.


Private First Class Justin Stoner. Photo by Dan Krauss.


Corporal Jeremy Morlock. Photo by Dan Krauss.


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