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On January 16 at e3rd Steakhouse & Lounge in Los Angeles, The Red Party fundraiser treated an enthusiastic crowd to live music from local...

Tiny Tears

Tears of Joy An Award-Winning Film Documents Struggles & Victories of Children Living with HIV by Chip Alfred An estimated fifteen million children have been orphaned by...

Who Do You Know?

V. Anderson talks with Sade Oyinade about making educational films that kids won't laugh at I don’t remember much about the educational films I was...

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...

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,...

It’s Not Over

A Millennial Wake-Up Call In the Wake of a Shocking Survey, a M•A•C AIDS Fund Film Reminds Youth that It's Not Over by Stevie St. John Photos...

Larry Kramer In Love and Anger: Review

Is there love in anger? Or anger in love? The answer might just be a resounding “yes,” in both cases, especially when individuals find...

The ACT UP Diaries

The ACT UP Diaries by Mateo Wilhelm Ebert Reviewed by Rob Zukowski Created by Mateo Wilhelm Ebert, a member of ACT UP NY, the ACT UP Diaries...

The Fire Within

Reviewed by Chael Needle Directed by Leanne Whitney August Moon Entertainment Premiering on The Documentary Channel on June 6, The Fire Within is a frank and intimate...

The Battle of amfAR

The Battle of amfAR Directed by Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman HBO Films Reviewed by Sally Hessney HBO premieres The Battle of amfAR, a documentary that celebrates the...

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