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Harriet Hirshorn

Harriet Hirshorn is an independent filmmaker and and was recently awarded a pre-production grant from the Centre National de la Cinématographie for a new film on AIDS treatment-access activism in Nigeria.
Her first film on Haiti, The Disappearance of TiSoeur: Haiti after Duvalier won the Golden Spire Award at the San Francisco International Film Festival as well as Juror's Choice of the Black Maria Film Festival.

She has produced and edited for In The Life Television, Dyke TV, and News and Feature stories for RAI (Italian Television). She has received grants from the New York State Council on the Arts, the Jerome Foundation, is a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow and currently lives in Paris, France. (12/07)

Louder Than Our Words
A film by Harriet Hirshhorn and Lydia Pilcher, 1983, 36 min.

A look at civil disobedience and women's rights in the U.S. from the suffragettes through the anti-war and disarmament movements....

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