Family Drama

A Los Angeles health clinic launches a telenovela about a Fictional Latino family at risk to encourage HIV testing by Larry Buhl Los Angeles-based AltaMed Health...

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...

Positive Youth

Heart and Soul In a New Documentary, Four Youth Affected by HIV Open Their Hearts and Bare Their Souls by Chip Alfred Photos Courtesy Border2Border Entertainment Our youth...

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...

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...

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...

Endgame: AIDS in Black America

16th Highest Angela Leroux-Lindsey Talks to Director Renata Simone About Her Film, Endgame: AIDS in Black America This month, the United States will host the...

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...

The Road We Know

Children of the Road The Road We Know Explores Peer Abstinence Education in Botswana by V. Anderson The Road We Know is a documentary about the work...

Take Two

MTV Steps Up the Fight Against HIV with Shuga: Love, Sex, Money by Chip Alfred You might call it the Kenyan version of Gossip Girl—a serial drama...

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