"One of the many surprises in “Wig Shop,” Kat Coiro’s compelling 15-minute contribution to the 2016 Hamptons International Film Festival’s program of shorts by female filmmakers, was Emily Mortimer’s performance as an Orthodox Jewish woman. The actress, who plays a world-traveling, hard-driving producer in the HBO series “The Network,” is absolutely convincing as a timid, anxious wife who reluctantly arrives in her white Lexus at a wig shop in a black neighborhood in south-central Los Angeles." - East Hampton Star
"Between the architectural pillars of Renaissance Italy and Kate Bosworth, helmer Kat Coiro hangs a gossamer tale of ruined love and liberation. Bosworth blossoms beautifully and Claire Bloom delivers a vocal performance so deft that her character seems to take palpable form."
-Variety (John Anderson)
"And While We Were Here establishes Coiro’s presence as a new, potent voice in filmmaking.”
-Paste Magazine (Shannon Houston)
-New York Times (Stephen Holden)
"Life Happens is the movie I wanted Bridesmaids to be."
"Mixing the better elements of "Knocked Up", "Bridesmaids" and "Two Broke Girls", the cutesy titled "Life Happens" pulls off the amazing feat of being raunchy and hearfelt."
-Gwinnett Daily Post
"An appealing ode to friendship, twentysomething frustrations and loosely defined families."