Home: Official Trailer


We, here at Home, are grateful and excited for all the good word that’s been going around lately about the film. Here are a few of the mentions received so far. Thank you all for helping to spread the word and for your continued support!


The Washington Post – Going Out Guide Review: “Home”

(Stephanie Merry, washingtonpost.com, 03/28/14)


DVD Review: ‘Home’ Is A New York Tale Anchored By Inspired Ensemble

(Greg Srisavasdi, deepestdream.com, 03/28/14)


Film Review: “HOME”

(Elaine Hegwood Bowen, Filmmonthly.com, 03/25/14)


CaribPress >> “It’s been a great experience making something that people respond to,” says Jono Oliver

(Samantha Ofole-Prince, CaribPress News-Magazine, 02/08/14)


‘Home’: Gbenga Akinnagbe talks new movie, past struggles and social justice

(Aliya Faust, examiner.com, 12/9/13)


A Place, and Prescription, of One’s Own – Review

(Miriam Bale, NY Times, 11/21/13)


Review:’Home’ – A Moving Search of One Mentally Ill Man’s Place

(Inkoo Kang, LAtimes.com, 11/21/13)


Home: Film Review

(Frank Scheck, Hollywood Reporter, 11/21/13)


Jono Oliver’s Remarkable, Moving “Home” Set To Open In Theaters In NY & LA In November

(Sergio Mims, indiewire.com, 10/4/13)


Jono Oliver’s Endearing, Inspirational ‘Home’ At Chicago’s Black Harvest Film Fest Aug. 25 & 26

(Sergio Mims, indiewire.com, 8/19/13)


Home – Review

(Aaron Weiss, CinemaFunk.com, 7/19/13)


Home – Film Review

(Brent Simon, shockya.com, 6/21/13)


REVIEW – Home: Compassionate Treatment of Mental Illness

(Roy Rogers Oldenkamp, WeHoNews.com, 6/20/13)


5 Best Movies to See at the Dances With Films Festival

(LA Weekly, 5/30/13)


Sundance Makes a Family of the Denied

(New York Times, 1/11/13 … be sure to read to the end!)


Searching for Life After Mental Illness in Jono Oliver’s ‘Home’

(artwithimpact.org, 12/20/12)


The Wire’s Gbenga Akinnagbe Wraps Up Work On Jono Oliver’s Movie ‘Home’

(moviemarkers.net, 12/19/12)


Canon’s Cinema EOS C300 and Cine Zoom Lenses Find a New ‘Home’ For a Powerful Story by a First-Time Indie Filmmaker

(btlnews.com, 11/13/12)


Winner – Best Feature Film – Mental Health – 2014 PRISM Awards

Nominee – Outstanding Directing in a Motion Picture – 2014 NAACP Image Awards

Industry Choice Award – Dances with Films 2013, Los Angeles, CA

Best Narrative Feature – International Black Film Festival of Nashville

Best of Festival – International Black Film Festival of Nashville

Audience Choice: Best Narrative Feature – Sacramento Film & Music Festival 2013

Best Feature – Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival 2013

Best Actor in a Dramatic Feature (Gbenga Akinnagbe) – Best Actors Film Festival 2013, San Francisco, CA

Saatchi & Saatchi Producer’s Award – Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival 2013

Best Feature – San Francisco Black Film Festival 2013

Best Director for Dramatic Feature – Best Actors Film Festival 2013

Best Supporting Actor in a Dramatic Feature (Danny Hoch) – Best Actors Film Festival 2013

Best Supporting Actor (Eddie Brown) – St Tropez International Film Festival

Best Ensemble Cast in a Dramatic Feature – Best Actors Film Festival 2013

Best Narrative Feature – 4th Annual Awareness Festival 2013, Santa Monica, CA


Beloit International Film Festival 2014

Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival

Honolulu African American Film Festival 2014

Peachtree Village Film Festival 2013, Atlanta, GA

Blackstar Film Festival 2013, Philadelphia, PA

Oaxaca International Film Festival 2013

Montreal International Black Film Festival 2013

Black Harvest Film Festival – Chicago, IL

Big Island Film Festival – Honolulu, HI

Manhattan Film Festival 2013

Hoboken International Film Festival 2013

Albuquerque Film and Media Experience 2013

Arizona International Film Festival 2013

New Jersey International Film Festival Summer 2013

Black Hills Film Festival 2013, Hill City, SD

The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival 2013, Brooklyn, NY

Bahamas International Film Festival

Breckenridge International Film Festival