From: Salon Cuir (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Jun 26 2008 - 06:54:49 PDT
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> From: Kiki Slaytana <email suppressed>
> Date: June 26, 2008 8:47:51 AM EDT
> To: email suppressed
> Subject: [Radlanta] TONIGHT! Documentary film about AIDS in Atlanta
> AIDS still disproportionately affects black urban populations, and
> in the film The AIDS Chronicles, local filmmaker Bailey Barash
> unflinchingly examines this truth through the lens of Atlanta.
> Barash followed the social and cultural impact of HIV/AIDS on the
> African-American community of Atlanta for over 4 years. The stories
> she’s gathered open a window on the lives of Atlanta's African-
> American population, from every walk of life, every economic and
> educational level, and gender. Through frank interviews with
> activists, health educators, and persons with HIV/AIDS – and
> recorded glimpses into their personal and professional lives – the
> viewer is immersed in the struggle of those infected and affected by
> HIV/AIDS – from a local perspective.
> Some of the Atlanta AIDS activists interviewed include Phill Wilson
> (Black AIDS Institute), Mindy Fullilove, MD (Columbia University),
> David Malebranche, MD (Emory University/Grady Hospital & The
> President's Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS) and Bill Jenkins, PhD
> (Morehouse College Center on Health Disparities) –and they don’t
> mince words!
> Join the great folks over at Charis for a screening of the film,
> followed by a discussion with the filmmaker, Bailey Barash. This
> event is Co-sponsored by Sister Love, Postive Impact, and PinkEye
> Indie Queer Cinema.
> WHAT: Film Screening & Discussion: The AIDS Chronicles – Here to
> WHEN: Thursday, June 26, 7:30-9pm
> HOW MUCH: FREE!
> WHERE: Charis Books in Little 5 Points, at Moreland
> MORE INFO: http://bbarash.com/bb_newrelease.htm#
> See the trailer here.
> Posted By Kiki Slaytana to Radlanta at 6/26/2008 08:45:00 AM
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.