A fascinating look at the tricky balancing act of third world activism.
— Indiewire
It investigates a liminal space that, explored by a lesser artist, might leave you feeling dulled to the world you have entered. But Nabors thrives in such space—William’s world brims with palpable moral energy.
— GOOD Magazine
‘William and the Windmill’ is not the documentary one might expect… a more nuanced alternative to the inevitable Hollywood version to come.
— Variety
Asks important questions about international aid and development.
One of the most inspiring renewable energy stories ever told.
— One Earth Magaizine
A subtle but beautiful portrait... This documentary gracefully illuminates issues of black, white, rich, poor, hard work, pain, destiny, and dreams.
— Austin Chronicle