Renee Rosen is an award-winning documentary filmmaker who received critical acclaim for her directorial debut "Shouting Silent." A freelance writer and producer for the BBC, The Mail and the Guardian, she has been working as a communications consultant in Johannesburg, South Africa. Renee holds dual master's degrees in journalism and international relations earned from Columbia University and New York University respectively. (8/14)
A film by Renee Rosen and Xoliswa Sithole, 2002, 50 min., Color
SHOUTING SILENT explores the South African HIV/AIDS epidemic through the eyes of Xoliswa Sithole, an adult orphan who lost her mother to HIV/AIDS in 1...