"Quiet No More" is an Official Selection at DOCNYC

Our short documentary, "Quiet No More," has been selected to screen at this year's DOCNYC film festival as part of the “All That Matters” shorts program.

Directed and produced by Eléonore Hamelin, “Quiet No More” tells the story of the Reverend Sharon Risher and her journey to forgiveness following her mother’s murder at the hands of a white supremacist in the Charleston church massacre in 2015. 

Launched in 2010, DOCNYC has quickly become America’s largest documentary film festival. Last year, the festival showcased over 300 films & events, presented by 500 filmmakers and special guests. 

Due to COVID-19, this year's festival will take place online from November 11-19. Unlike an in-person festival, there are no scheduled screening days/times. Instead, all films will be available day or night, whenever a ticket holder would like to watch, for the duration of the festival.

This selection marks the second film festival screening for “Quiet No More” since its release. In August, the film was featured in the BronzeLens Film Festival where it also won the “Best Short Documentary” award.

Tickets to watch the “All That Matters” shorts program are now available on the DOCNYC website.