HIV Books for the Giving

‘Tis the season… actually, it’s always the season for a good read! We here at A&U have reviewed several books this year that will...

Craig Stott: Advocate

Holding His Own Actor Craig Stott, Who Portrayed A Man Living with HIV, Got More Than He Bargained For by Taking On This Demanding Role by...

Filming H.I.(SHE): New Doc About Women & HIV

Filming H.I.(SHE) In a new doc, filmmaker Cassandra Roberts explores the lives of women living with HIV by Hank Trout Cassandra Roberts, an Australian and British documentary...

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...

America in Transition: Review

America in Transition Created & directed by André Pérez Revry Reviewed by T.J. Banks Tiommi Luckett is an HIV advocate living in Arkansas. Dezjorn Gauthier is a model,...

Adam B. Shapiro: Advocate

A Beautiful Heart Actor Adam B. Shapiro talks about The Normal Heart, de-stigmatizing HIV and bridging divides Text & photos by Alina Oswald Many might recognize NYC-based...

Doc 5B: VOD August 27

A Ward with Heart Documentary “5B” available on VOD August 27, 2019 by Hank Trout Commemorating the incredible, selfless work of the nurses, doctors, and staff of...

Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City: Review

Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City Developed by Lauren Morelli Netflix Reviewed by John Francis Leonard Just when you thought his last book had finally closed the chapter,...

Pose on FX: Review

Pose Created by Ryan Muphy, Brad Falchuk & Steven Canals FX Reviewed by John Francis Leonard It’s 1990 in NYC. Madonna’s hit single “Vogue” is ruling the...

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