"One of Polish’s best films."
Build Series: December 2018
Access: December 2018
Live with Kelly and Ryan: December 2018
Late Night with Seth Meyers: December 2018
Variety: February 2019
Kate Bosworth Helps Launch Campaign for Female Filmmakers
In her 20-year career in Hollywood, Kate Bosworth has starred in blockbusters like “Superman Returns” as well as indie darlings like 2014’s “Still Alice.” But the actress has always had a desire to get more involved from the ground up.
Now, she is partnering with Women In Film and Chloe Wine Collection to launch the campaign She Directed to honor women in front of and behind the camera.
Variety: February 2018
Kate Bosworth to be Honored for Sex-Trafficking Movie ‘Nona’
Kate Bosworth will receive the founder’s award from the Richmond International Film Festival on behalf of her film “Nona,” which will play on the festival’s opening night on April 24.
Newsweek: December 2018
Kate Bosworth and Michael Polish Talk Modern-Day Slavery and Human Trafficking
Let’s start with something simple: What’s your name?” That’s the only English line in the trailer for Kate Bosworth’s latest film, which aims to put a face behind human trafficking, where victims are tricked and forced into providing commercial sex. Nona, short for No Name, is produced by Bosworth and directed and written by her husband, Michael Polish (Twin Falls Idaho, Northfork).
Variety: January 2018
Kate Bosworth, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and Lynn Shelton to Be Honored at Sun Valley Film Festival
Actors Kate Bosworth and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, as well as director Lynn Shelton, will be honored at the 2018 Sun Valley Film Festival. The event runs March 14-18. Bosworth, who recently executive produced and appeared in “Nona,” will be presented with the Pioneer Award by Nat Geo WILD for her producing work. The honor marks the first time a female producer will be presented with the award, which was given to Mark Duplass last year.
People: November 2018
Kate Bosworth Is Shedding Light on Human Traffickers: They 'Prey on the Most Vulnerable'
"If we lose our humanity to something like this, then we're very lost," she tells PEOPLE
The 35-year-old actress now works closely with CAST, the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking. Her involvement came after she teamed up with her director husband, Michael Polish, on their drama Nona, which tells the story of a girl from Honduras who puts her faith in the wrong person while escaping to America to reunite with her mother.
The Hollywood Reporter: May 2018
Kate Bosworth's Latest Fashion Collaboration Shines a Light on a Modern Form of Slavery
"It’s insidious because it's the most devastating epidemic behind closed doors, and it's so difficult to track and uncover," says Bosworth.
To promote her latest feature film NONA, she's teamed up with the denim maker to shine a light on the heady subject of human trafficking with a photo shoot she lensed with the film's star, Sulem Calderon, featuring the brand's spring collection and a special T-shirt.