No Rewind

Paula Mozen

1992, 23:00 minutes, colour/B&W, English


No Rewind is a fast-paced look at HIV and AIDS awareness among teenagers. The video focuses on education and communication as essential to bringing about the behavioural changes that can prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS.
Two HIV positive youths speak out about their experiences and several peer educators discuss and demonstrate their work in and out of the classroom. This blend of storytelling, humourous role playing and condom how-tos encourages students to break through the denial myth of "it couldn't happen to me" and to begin communicating about relevant sexual and social issues.

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Critical Writing

Wait There's More: 1994 Asian American Film Festival
by Ken Regis White. Bay Area Reporter, Mar. 14 Spring, 1994, v. 24, no. 9.
No Rewind
by R. Pitman. Video Librarian, Mar. 1993, v. 8, no. 1.
Paula Mozen Won't Pause
by Toni Hanna. Cue Magazine, Nov. 1992.
Roxie hosts Film Arts Festival, celebrates local independents
by Michael Fox. FILM/TAPE WORLD, Nov. 1992, v. 10, no. 58.