Kimberlee Acquaro is a director, filmmaker, and photojournalist whose work has appeared in New York Times Magazine, The Washington Post Magazine, Time Magazine, US News & World Report, Mother Jones, and various international publications. Acquaro’s work has also been featured on CBS, NPR, The Tavis Smiley Show, Voices of America, and BBC/PRI’s The World. She was awarded a Pew Fellowship in International Journalism for her work documenting Rwandan women’s emerging rights and roles in the country’s reconciliation and reconstruction. She has won an Emmy Award, was nominated for an Academy Award and was a 2010 Guggenheim Fellow in Film. Acquaro’s photography has been exhibited in New York, Santa Barbara, and Washington DC, where her photos were included at the National Holocaust Museum. GOD SLEEPS IN RWANDA is Acquaro’s first documentary film. (07/12)
God Sleeps in Rwanda
A film by Kimberlee Acquaro and Stacy Sherman, Narrated by Rosario Dawson, 2004, 28 min., Color
Uncovering amazing stories of hope in the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide, Academy Award-Nominee GOD SLEEPS IN RWANDA captures the spirit of five co...