"It's a fantastic story that everyone should see! It's so inspirational and uplifting."
Brad Henry, 26th Governor of Oklahoma
"I just absolutely loved Te Ata! I loved the story. I loved the values and the character that are presented throughout the movie."
Kim Henry, Executive Director of the Sarkeys Foundation & Former First Lady of Oklahoma
"It's a story that I think most people don't know about, and they need to know about. I loved it!"
Cathy Keating, Author & Former First Lady of Oklahoma
"It was a powerful story!"
Martin Sensmeier, Actor, The Magnificent Seven, Wind River & The Chickasaw Rancher
"It was a phenomenal film! It really showed family. In this day and age we need more films that focus on family, family struggles."
Denim Richards, Actor, Yellowstone & The Chickasaw Rancher
"The film was wonderful...I was touched, moved!"
Tom Cole, U.S. Representative
"I really enjoyed the movie! It was really well done...Anytime I can see something that's true and inspiring, that talks about character and courage, I enjoy that."
Todd Thomsen, Oklahoma Representative
"I absolutely loved the film! I thought it was compelling."
Shannon Rich, President & CEO of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame
"Te Ata is one of many Hidden Figures in the Native American culture"
Anita Busch, Deadline
". . . the movie’s driving force is its mythic performance scenes, which are choreographed, sung and acted with clear, balletic conviction by the film’s star, Q’orianka Kilcher."
Teo Bugbee, New York Times
"A proud, talented American Indian woman that would not let the world put her in a box or silence her voice."
Cynthia Flores, Selig News
"Te Ata is the kind of story young women of today need to see, hear, and experience."
Don Shanahan, Every Movie Has a Lesson (Blog)
"The film is powerful and moving..."
Matt Mungle, The Mungle Show (Blog)
"Good for the whole family"
Dallas Movie Screenings (Blog)
"It will definitely inspire you...."
Lavanya, Red Carpet Crash (Blog)
"Te Ata serves as a fitting tribute to a trailblazing woman who embodied the power of sharing stories."
Brandy McDonnell, The Oklahoman
"Te Ata’s story might be new to many audiences, but the tale is timeless."
Jeremy Martin, The Oklahoma Gazette