Press review

The Bronx Times

New film, "Brawl in the Bronx", covers borough pro wrestling

January 4th, 2015

A French filmmaker is now documenting the world of professional wrestling in the Bronx. The little seen and less heralded wrestlers of the Bronx Wrestling Federation (BWF), which holds events boroughwide, are the subject of a new 52-minute documentary by French and American filmmaker Henri Quenette called "Brawl in the Bronx"... > Read more

Punk Boy in SF

Love Me Tenderloin

March 27th, 2014

Went to the premiere at the Main Library in San Francisco yesterday. The house was packed and the auditorium was standing room only. The film showed so much compassion, love, and hopefulness for a neighborhood that is misunderstood... > Read more 

The San Francisco Examiner

"Love Me Tenderloin" wears heart on its sleeve

March 20th, 2014

"Love Me Tenderloin", the new documentary by filmmaker Henri Quenette, doesn’t dismiss the infamous San Francisco neighborhood’s grit. Yet the heart-tugging movie, which premieres Tuesday in a screening at the San Francisco... > Read more

SF Weekly

Looking for Beauty in the Tenderloin Through Film, Art, and More

October 29th, 2013

There seems to be an increased focus on the Tenderloin as of late. If you haven't read the article that everyone is talking about in SF Magazine, there's that; and now an art installation encouraging you to sit in the dirt of the Tenderloin and a documentary in the works, titled "Love Me Tenderloin"... > Read more

The San Francisco Chronicle

Love you some Tenderloin – in a new movie

March 24th, 2014

If you love you some Tenderloin, then you’ll probably love a new documentary being readied for its premiere on Tuesday at San Francisco’s Main Library. The movie is called "Love Me Tenderloin" and it was shot by a French filmmaker... > Read more

SF Weekly

Foreign Lands: A Filmmaker Finds His Story

March 19th, 2014

Henri Quenette discovered the Tenderloin on April 2, 2013. It was his second day in San Francisco. The French-­American filmmaker had come to the city after working on a film in Canada... > Read more

Gaïa Presse

Le côté ensoleillé de l’agriculture

September 12th, 2013

Les films "Le monde selon Monsanto" et "Pas de pays sans paysans" ont leur raison d’être lorsqu’il fut temps d’illustrer la situation de crise dans laquelle l’agriculture est plongée mondialement et son impact sur l’environnement. "Ces productions cinématographiques rendent rarement une image positive de cette pratique", déplore Henri Quenette... > Read more