Designers Against AIDS

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The ‘Love Life”T Shirt above is from N.I.C.E. Collective in San Francisco and is just one of the many fab garments you can buy online from DESIGNERS AGAINST AIDS website.  This is run by the ‘Beauty Without Irony’ a not-for-profit fundraising charity in Antwerp Belgium which was launched in 2004 to raise AIDS awareness in the international … Continue reading




(BPM) Beats Per Minute

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  If David France’s Oscar nominated ‘How To Survive a Plague‘ is recognized as the seminal movie on AIDS in the US, then Robin Campillo’s stunning new masterpiece BPM (Beats Per Minute) is undoubtably Europe’s candidate for the title.  His sprawling and somewhat harrowing tale that centers on the ACT UP group in Paris is … Continue reading



David France talks about HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE

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When filmmaker David France was at #PIFF2016 with his new movie The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson we seized the moment to also talk to him about How To Survive A Plague his Oscar Awards Nominated documentary recognized as THE seminal work on the AIDS pandemic, and which is really essential viewing for the entire #LGBTQ community and beyond. The documentary is NOW available on Netflix & Amazon.com and major global streaming platforms.

The interview with Roger Walker-Dack was filmed by Heather Reed & Hussein Wentz at Lands End Inn Provincetown.

P.S. For queerguru’s review of the movie click HERE, also you may like to check out our interview with David France & Victoria Cruz talk about The Death & Life of Marsha P Johnson HERE



After Louie’s Vincent Gagliostro on daring us to dream again

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The veteran gay activist/author/playwright Larry Kramer was right.  Again.  After Louie is indeed a movie that had to be made.  Filmmaker Vincent Gagliostro talks about his directing debut with this powerful and entertaining inter-generational drama about AIDS. Starring Alan Cumming and Zachary Booth the story tackles how we are all coping now the the AIDS pandemic is no longer the lethal threat to us all that it once was.

Gagliostro told queerguru that After Louie is about getting that older generation to dare to dream again, and at the same time, getting the younger generation to just dream

The interview was filmed at The Lands End Inn Provincetown during #PIFF2017 by Heather Reed & Hussein Wentz for queerguru reports on PTV’s Channel 99

P.S. You can read queerguru’s full review of the movie HERE.



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