Film Critic Picks "A Place of Truth" as Favorite at NW Filmmakers' Festival

Film critic Jamie S. Rich writing on OregonLive about his top picks at the upcoming Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival: “My favorite of the films I’ve seen, however, is Barrett Rudich’s “A Place of Truth.” The director follows street poet Abigail Mott around the country. The charming author earns her way honing her craft, buying time while she searches for meaning and honest connections. If Mott comes to Portland, I have a ten-spot waiting to have her write a verse on the topic of “spirits.” Or perhaps, more appropriately, “movies.” ”

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