Press Coverage

Valley Public Radio KVPR: In “An Unsung Hero: Documentary Chronicles Life Of First Female Farm Labor Union Organizer In The Valley” Monica Velez of NPR for Central California interviews director Laurie Coyle.

The Collegian: CineCulture Director Mary Hussain says she chose Adios Amor because of its many connections to the Valley. Reporter Jennifer Reyes interviews Maria’s daughter Olivia: “I am so humble and happy that my mother’s story was finally told.”

The Bakersfield Californian: Historian Oliver Rosales of Bakersfield College writes about why Maria Moreno’s story resonates for first generation students and farmworkers today in the opinion piece “Hear the story of a revolutionary worker”.

Telemundo Valle Central: José Gaspar interview with Laurie Coyle in “Directora de documental Adios Amor habla sobre su obra que fue bien recibida en Bakersfield”

Texas Public Radio: Fronteras interviews director Laurie Coyle about her search for Maria Moreno, a trailblazing activist elected by her multi-ethnic union of Mexican, Black, Okie and Filipino farmworkers when California’s fields were segregated.

The Atlantic Magazine: Nice shout out for Adios Amor in article about Coachella’s “other festival” the Festival in the Fields

The Texas Standard: The National Daily News Show of Texas interviews director in Documentary Uncovers The Lost History Of Farmworker Activist Maria Moreno

KPFA Radio 94.1 FM: La Raza Chronicles host Julieta Musnir interviews Director Laurie Coyle about Maria Moreno and her upcoming screening of Adios Amor at San Francisco's DocFest June 8th-9th.

SF Chronicle: Sunday Datebook article explores the making of Adios Amor .

Radio Bilingüe: Linea Abierta host Samuel Orozco interviews Director Laurie Coyle, Founder of MiHistoria Albertina Zarazúa Padilla, and Lillian DeLaTorre, eldest daughter of Maria Moreno

La Raza Historical Society: A community conversation about Adios Amor

El Observador: "A Discussion of Documentary Film" Jose Posadas interviews Adios Amor-The Search for Maria Moreno Director Laurie Coyle

Colorlines: Bill Berkowitz "Meet Maria Moreno: The First Farm Worker Woman in America To Be Hired As A Union Organizer" Kristin Lam “Working Women’s Hero-Cinequest Review ‘Adios Amor: The Search for Maria Moreno’

La OpinionGardenia Mendoza Aguilar interviews Director Laurie Coyle about juggling work and motherhood, discovering the Maria Moreno photos, and farmworker women today

Content Magazine: Article detailing the director’s experience making Adios Amor

The Phillip Sidiq Show: Adios Amor - The Search for Maria Moreno with Phillip Sidiq

NBC Bay Area, Comunidad del Valle: Host Damian Trujillo interviews Director Laurie Coyle, and Olivia Portugal, Maria Moreno's youngest daughter. (English: Part 1 and Part 2; Spanish: Part 1 and Part 2)


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