United in Anger

In Their Faces! A New Film on ACT UP Traces Twenty-Five Years of Channeling Outrage into Action by Larry Buhl In April 1987, 300 members of ACT...

Life Worth Watching

A South African Film Explores Courage and Survival Amid the AIDS Pandemic by Chip Alfred It’s called Life, Above All, but the opening scene takes place...

deepsouth

Silent South A New Documentary, deepsouth, from Filmmaker Lisa Biagiotti Amplifies the Voices of AIDS in the South by V. Anderson Oddly, journalist and filmmaker Lisa Biagiotti’s...

We Were Here

Bridging the Gap An Interview with David Weissman, Director and Producer of We Were Here by Alina Oswald If we were to choose one AIDS story...

Call Me Kuchu

Sometimes the line between fact and fiction becomes blurred, allowing doubt and disbelief to taint the actual truth. Yet, the truth eventually comes out,...

Ordinary People

Ordinary People Is It Time to Stop Honoring “AIDS Movies” with Awards? by Chael Needle For their consideration, I am respectfully asking that the Academy of Motion...

Keep the Promise: The Global Fight Against AIDS

The Culture of AIDS Promises to Keep A New Doc Helps Build Momentum by Chael Needle Keep the Promise: The Global Fight Against AIDS, a new doc, gives...

Test: The Film

Tests of Courage A New Film by Chris Mason Johnson Doesn’t Dance Around the Issue of HIV by V. Anderson With his first feature film since The...

How to Survive a Plague

Undeniable Witness David France, Director of HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE, talks with V. Anderson About Our History of Fighting Back I’ve tried writing scripts...

The Other City

Invisible Lives Despair and Hope in the Other D.C. by Larry Buhl Most would agree that the fight against AIDS has made tremendous progress in nearly thirty...