Merce: A Modern Day HIV Comedy

Flamboyant, funny, outrageous, glamorous, bawdy, while also very much “the guy next door” (in a funny, glamorous way that is), Merce captures, ever so...

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...

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...

Still Around

Still Around Various directors Outcast Films reviewed by V. Anderson Although compilation feature films have had some success in the past (Paris, Je T’Aime), the subject of HIV/AIDS...

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...

François Nambot & Geoffrey Couët on New Film, Paris 05:59 Théo...

What do you want? For me to tattoo HIV+ on my ass? Because idiots like you don’t take precaution? It takes two to screw up. I didn’t...

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...

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...

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