Kathlyn Horan’s award winning documentary film, The IF Project, had its World Premiere at Seattle International Film Festival and won the Lena Sharp Award for Persistence of Vision and a Special Jury Prize. In addition to being aired on the Logo television network, it has screened at numerous festivals, prisons and communities across the world. Hollywood Reporter’s review states, “The If Project’s portrait of people-focused policing is not just inspiring but an urgent lesson in communication across a widening divide.”  The Huffington post called the film “An important piece of media that every American should see as soon as possible”. The IF Project was among 16 films selected for the US State Department and USC’s American Film Showcase, a program that fosters cultural diplomacy around the world. The team was invited to both Nigeria and the United Arab Emirates to screen the film at the US embassy, festivals and universities. The film is now available to view on digital platforms - iTunes and Vimeo.