"Quiet No More" to Screen at BronzeLens Film Festival
Directed by Eléonore Hamelin, “Quiet No More” tells the story of the Reverend Sharon Risher and her journey to heal following her mother’s murder at the hands of a white supremacist in the Charleston church massacre in 2015.
The BronzeLens Film Festival seeks to showcase films by seasoned as well as the “next generation” of filmmakers that are by, for, and/or depicting people of color.
The festival is typically held in Atlanta, GA, but due to COVID-19 this year's festival will take place virtually over six days beginning Tuesday, August 11, and concluding on Sunday, August 16.
“Quiet No More” will feature in the “Short Documentaries” line-up alongside six other exciting films. You can learn more about those films here.