Wilhemina’s War: Review

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Life Worth Watching

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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...

Walk On

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How to Survive a Plague

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Linus Ignatius: Advocate

Mass Appeal Actor & Director Linus Ignatius Explores Body Dysmorphia and Gay Men in an HIV-Conscious Context by John Francis Leonard I recently had the opportunity to...

Howard: Review

Howard Directed by Don Hahn Disney+ Reviewed by Bruce Ward The AIDS epidemic of the 1980s/1990s robbed the world of too many talented artists from all creative fields,...

Bohemian Rhapsody: Review

Bohemian Rhapsody Directed by Bryan Singer Twentieth-Century Fox Reviewed by Alina Oswald Many years ago, as a kid, I discovered the music of Queen, while listening to my...

Positively Beautiful: Review

Positively Beautiful Directed by Diveena Cooppan Mo Berry Productions/Wicked Delicate Reviewed by T.J. Banks When you come to the edge of all the light you have known and...

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...

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