April/May #187 : Coming Attractions - by Trenton Straube

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April / May 2013

Coming Attractions

by Trenton Straube

Four HIV-related documentaries made it to this year's Sundance Film Festival. Look for them on a big screen, or a small screen, near you.

God Loves UgandaGod Loves Uganda
Explores the American Evangelicals who are influencing this African nation’s antigay bills and flawed HIV/AIDS policies.




Blood BrotherBlood Brother
Follows Rocky Braat, an American young man devoted to helping HIV-positive orphans in India. This doc won both the grand jury prize and the audience award.



Fire in the BloodFire in the Blood
Looks at the pharmaceutical giants, medical monopolies and governments that block the import of generic HIV medications in Africa, costing millions of lives.



The Battle of AmfARThe Battle of AmfAR
Tells how Mathilde Krim, PhD, and Elizabeth Taylor teamed up in the ’80s to fight AIDS, working through what’s now amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research.


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