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Variety - Greenwell doesn't need a big budget and big names to get that thought across, although the film has a consistency of tone that indicates she could do more with more
Senses of Cinema - In Greenwell’s skilled hands, queer culture alluringly morphs into a bemused acceptation of personal foibles and idiosyncrasies, gay or straight, an eradication of the boundaries between “normal” and “unconventional” relationships.
Curve Magazine - Greenwell’s vision of small town life is right-on, her comedic timing perfect and her depiction of both lesbian and straight characters charmingly – and in a few cases, alarmingly – off-kilter
SF Bay Guardian - Goofy, funny, surprising, and sweet...[MBD Cast] They're all delightful. [Atkinson creates] a character of nuanced comic beauty...My Best Day is unpretentious but so low-key skillful and open-hearted that in the end it feels ever-so-slightly profound
St. Louis Mag Warm hearted and aptly melancholy...a distinctive tone, which mates dry comedy, bittersweet tragedy, and the fearful exhilaration of tomorrow
Sundance Channel - Top 10 Bad Girls, Good Films
My Best Day: Audience Favorite Best Narrative - New Fest. Best Feature POW Film Fest. Special Jury Mention Ashland Independent Film Festival. Nancy Malone Filmmaker's Grant 2011. IFP's Emerging Narrative Category during IFP Week 2010.
IndieWire Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers
allaboutindiefilmmaking The Road to Sundance: My Best Day, directed by Erin Greenwell
keepthelightsonfilm Good odds for My Best Day: Interview with Director Erin Greenwell
Filmmakermagazine Blog #1 Prepping My Best Day for Sundance
Filmmakermagazine Blog #2 Meeting Robert Redford: The During Sundance Blog
Filmmakermagazine Blog #3 Standing knee Deep in Water: The After Sundance Blog
New York Times- Sundance Offers a Web Afterlife for Its Alumni
The Advocate - Erin Greenwell makes Advocates 2012 Forty-under 40 2012 List
Curve Magazine - Interview with Erin Greenwell