For the first time ever, STRUT! can be seen in its entirety on the small screen.
by Gary Thompson
Cover Story: Philadelphia Daily News, April, 4 2002
IF MAX RAAB knows what people want, and he usually does, then right now, we're in a string band state of mind.
by Ron Goldwyn
Philadelphia Daily News, Thursday, April 4, 2002
Finally, in cinematic form, we get an answer to that age-old befuddling Philadelphia question:
What's a Mummer?
Yeah, we all know Mummery when we see it.
Chicago Reader, October 2004
Held in Philadelphia every New Year's Day, the Mummers Parade ranks as one of the country's most peculiar institutions: hundreds of men from tough working-class neighborhoods inhale beer and dress up as women, wearing elaborate self-designed outfits of silk and sequins, as rival brigades compete for what one participant calls "bragging rights.
December 9, 2003
Channel 17 will air parade for 10th year
By Ron Goldwyn-Philadelphia Daily News
The Philadelphia Film Society selected STRUT! to open the
2002 Philadelphia Festival of World
Cinema, April 4-6 2002.
November 20, 2003
by Gail Shister
INQUIRER Television Columnist
With the clock ticking, it's looking less and less likely that the 2004 Mummers Parade will be televised on New Year's Day.
The Hamptons International Film Festival announces
STRUT! as the winner of the 2001 Audience Award for Best Documentary
Strut garners its first rave review in the small yet
hugely influential East Hamton Star.
“STRUT!” — a joyous documentary that tells the story of the Philadelphia Mummers—has been chosen for both the Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival and the NJ State Film Festival.
“STRUT!” — a joyous documentary that tells the story of the Philadelphia Mummers — has been chosen for the first Wilmington Independent Film Festival.