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Calling My Children

Posted on June 16, 2014 by in Features, Movies & TV, The Arts

Calling My Children An Interview with David Binder Gail Farrow passed away from AIDS-related causes in 1989, leaving behind a husband, Ronald Watson, and four sons, Ronald, Jr., Frank, Kenny, and Benny. Award-winning photojournalist and filmmaker David Binder was with her and her family for a year and a half, every day, documenting the last [...]

Front Seat Chronicles

Posted on May 22, 2014 by in Features, Movies & TV, The Arts

Getting Real Behind the Wheel Allen Sowelle & Josh Feinman Take Front Seat Roles in Discussing HIV Seroconversion Along with Other Social Woes by Sean Black Front Seat Chronicles is a Web-based programming series that skillfully navigates a myriad of tough conversations ranging in topic from death and incarceration to marriage equality and HIV infection. [...]

Test: The Film

Posted on May 19, 2014 by in Features, Movies & TV, The Arts

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 New Twenty, writer/director Chris Mason Johnson has created a powerful story grounded in his own experiences in ballet and modern dance. Set in 1985, Test follows Frankie, a [...]

God Loves Uganda

Posted on April 21, 2014 by in Movies & TV, The Arts

God Loves Uganda Directed by Roger Ross Williams Full Credit Productions/Motto Pictures Reviewed by Larry Buhl It’s been a rough couple of years for anti-gay forces in the U.S. and the western world. But anti-gay western Christian evangelicals have found fertile ground—they admit it freely—to spread their “Jesus hates homosexuality” message in Uganda, the buckle [...]

Walk On

Posted on February 17, 2014 by in Features, Movies & TV, The Arts

A Walk to Remember A new documentary by Joseph Kibler & Mark Bashian takes a fresh, candid look at living with HIV/AIDS and disabilities by Alina Oswald Walk on,/With hope in your heart/And you’ll never walk alone,” the song says. Walk on with Joseph Kibler and you’ll never think of walking in the same way, [...]


Posted on February 10, 2014 by in Movies & TV, The Arts

Looking Created by Michael Lannan; executive produced by Sarah Condon & Andrew Haigh HBO Reviewed by Chael Needle Any book or movie or television show that involves more than one gay male character needs to figure out how HIV/AIDS is to be represented. Not because gay male characters automatically should equate with representation of the [...]

Ordinary People

Posted on January 23, 2014 by in Movies & TV, The Arts

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 Pictures Arts and Sciences ignore Dallas Buyers Club this season [Editor's note: This essay was written before Dallas garnered its Oscar noms]. Yes—ignore. Sure, Oscar nominations alone would [...]

The Battle of amfAR

Posted on November 28, 2013 by in Movies & TV, The Arts

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 heroism and humanitarianism of two powerhouse AIDS activists—research scientist Mathilde Krim and screen legend Elizabeth Taylor. Directed by award-winning filmmakers Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman (The Celluloid [...]

Dallas Buyers Club

Posted on November 8, 2013 by in Features, Movies & TV, The Arts

In the Fog of War A New Film, Dallas Buyers Club, Revisits One Man’s Small Battle for Treatment Access in the First Decade of the Pandemic by Mark Rebernik A plague was engulfing the nation. As the Cold War was ending and the spectre of fiery mass annihilation waned, a new threat emerged that picked [...]

Call Me Kuchu

Posted on August 7, 2013 by in Movies & TV, The Arts

Sometimes the line between fact and fiction becomes blurred, allowing doubt and disbelief to taint the actual truth. Yet, the truth eventually comes out, even if sometimes it takes a tragedy to set it free. And often art, in any form, provides a vehicle for the truth to travel around the world. World-premiering at the [...]