Reviews & Awards
"Gregg Jamback's documentary bravely chronicles [Greg] Taylor's long, hard-fought road to freedom."
-Riverrun International Film Festival
"We were honored to be able to screen Greg Taylor's story with our festival audience last September and we hope more people will be able to see this incredible film. It is an important story that everyone should see!"
-Charlotte Film Festival
"In haunting, excruciating detail, Gregg Jamback tells the story of Greg Taylor, a Raleigh man who spent 17 years in prison for murder before he was exonerated in 2010. In Pursuit of Justice is a heart-wrenching tale of injustice."
"I'd say this is an eye-opening film for people in [North Carolina], to find out how the criminal justice system can go wrong, and then, with the right attorneys and the new procedures of the Innocence Commission, can go right. The Innocence Commission, and the reforms discussed in this film, are part of the legacy of Darryl Hung, and for him, for us, I'm proud. I will definitely use this film in teaching my Innocence and Justice class in the years to come."
-Professor Mark Rabil, Wake Forest School of Law's Innocence and Justice Clinic
"Greg [Taylor] was a warrior. It was one of the blessings of my life to help him, and your work captures the essence of the fight."
-Attorney Joe Cheshire
Audience Award, Riverrun International Film Festival
Audience Favorite Feature, FootCandle Film Festival
Charlotte Film Festival
Riverrun International Film Festival
FootCandle Film Festival
Full Bloom Film Festival
New Hampshire Film Festival