“A Documentary Gives ‘Going to the Mat’ New Meaning.”
— Nathan Lee, The NY Times

“Film Asks If Nirvana Through Yoga Is Possible”
— Robert Smith, All Things Considered, NPR

“…this simultaneously tongue-in-cheek and reverential docu will entertain the unenlightened    without alienating the faithful.”
— Ronnie Scheib, Variety

Listen to The World’s anchor Lisa Mullins interview Kate Churchill and Nick Rosen about their experience making Enlighten Up!.
— The World, PRI/BBC

“Engaging documentary with humor and an open spirit.”
— Walter Addiego, San Francisco Chronicle

“Quirky fun, and Rosen is an irresistible guinea pig.”
— Mark Griffin, Boston Globe

“…what makes Enlighten Up! really interesting is the behind-the-scenes dynamic between Rosen and Churchill.”
— Maitland McDonagh, Time Out New York

— Critics’ Pick, New York Magazine

“Inhale the World of Yoga”
— V.A. Musetto, New York Post

“A human and profound yoga documentary.”
— Gerald Peary, Boston Phoenix

“A fast-moving, often humorous documentary about a young man’s search for his ‘higher self’ through yoga.”
— Harvey Karten, Film Journal

“An alternatively funny and revealing flick which dares to knock some seemingly sacrosanct gurus off their lofty pedestals.”
— Kam Williams, EUR Film Review

Interview with Director Kate Churchill
— Natasha Desianto, Campus Circle

Listen to San Francisco’s Darren Main interview Director Kate Churchill.
— Darren Main, Inquire Within Podcast