1985: Review

1985 Written & directed by Yen Tan MuseLessMime Productions/Cranium Entertainment Reviewed by John Francis Leonard 1985 is a film about secrets—the secrets we think we’re hiding, but are...

When AIDS Was Funny: Review

When AIDS Was Funny Directed by Scott Calonico AD&D Production, Ltd. Reviewed by T.J. Banks The dots just don’t connect when it comes to Ronald Reagan and the...

BPM: Review

120 BPM Directed by Robin Campillo The Orchard Reviewed by John Francis Leonard 120 BPM is a stunningly powerful and creative piece of filmmaking documenting the ACT UP...

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...

Transparent’s Positive Story Arc

Spoiler Alert: In the interest of starting an important conversation about a particular story arc in the third season of Transparent, one that I...

Looking

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...

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...

The Test

The Test Directed by Gary Strieker Cielo Productions Part-documentary, part-strategic communication, The Test shares the success of the CarePack Demonstration Project, which sought to lessen the impact...

Walk On

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...

Voices of the Quilt Announces Release Party to Premiere “One by...

Join the Custom Made Theatre Company of San Francisco, hosts (along with the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, The HIV Story Project, the San Francisco...

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Meet Clay Brown: Fiction by Christina Renee Milliner

Meet Clay Brown by Christina Renee Milliner “My name is Clay Brown, I’m 19, and I was born with HIV.” Four sets of questioning eyes glared at...

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