a film by Carrie Lozano
Documentary film – 24:38 – 2005
Broadcast on MTV/logo
Winner, Best Documentary, Student Academy Award Winner,
David L. Wolper Award, the International Documentary Association
Best Documentary nominee, Berlin International Film Festival
ABC Videosource Award nominee, the International Documentary Association
“Filmmaker Carrie Lozano’s provocative film isn’t content to document a crucial historical moment, but delivers a sharp poke at those complacent about the disease’s continuing devastation.”
Michael Fox, SF Weekly
"A compelling story about the power of giving voice to the voiceless. Every journalism student should see this powerful documentary."
Tim Gleason, Edwin L. Artzt Dean School of Journalism and Communication, University of Oregon
"Reporter Zero captures the exuberance of the 1970s gay rights movement, the tragedy of the AIDS crisis in its early years, as well as the importance of bearing witness in marginalized communities. It is a vital document that uncovers a history that is discussed far too infrequently."
Chris Bell, Fellow, Center on Human Policy, Law, and Disability StudiesSyracuse University
A film by Carrie Lozano