DiAna's Hair Ego: AIDS Info Up Front
A film by Ellen Spiro, 1990, 29 min., Color
Realizing the extreme inadequacy of local information on AIDS prevention, cosmetologist DiAna DiAna, with her partner Dr. Bambi Sumpter, took on the t...
A film by Mona Smith, 1988, 21 min., Color
Carole Lafavor (Ojibwe), activist, mother and registered nurse, is a person with AIDS. In this candid and moving portrait, Lafavor relates how she has...
Honored by the Moon
A film by Mona Smith, 1990, 15 min., Color
In this upbeat and empowering film, Native American lesbians and gay men speak of their unique historical and spiritual role. Within the Native Americ...
Love & Diane
A film by Jennifer Dworkin, 2002, 155 min., Color
Jennifer Dworkin’s groundbreaking documentary LOVE & DIANE presents a searingly honest and moving examination of poverty, welfare and drug rehabilitat...
A Documentary by Ann S. Kim & Priya Giri Desai, 2018, 74 min., Color
In India, where marriage is a must but AIDS carries a stigma, what are HIV-positive people to do?
Nothing Without Us: The Women Who Will End AIDS
A film by Harriet Hirshorn, 2017, 67 min., Color
NOTHING WITHOUT US tells the inspiring story of the vital role that women have played - and continue to play - in the global fight against HIV/AIDS. C...
A film by Renee Rosen and Xoliswa Sithole, 2002, 50 min., Color
SHOUTING SILENT explores the South African HIV/AIDS epidemic through the eyes of Xoliswa Sithole, an adult orphan who lost her mother to HIV/AIDS in 1...
Simon & I
A film by Beverley Palesa Ditsie and Nicky Newman, 2002, 52 min., Color
SIMON & I is an intimate and inspiring portrait of black South African gay rights activist Simon Nkoli, who died of AIDS in 1998, and his fellow activ...
Speaking Out: Women, AIDS and Hope in Mali
A film by Joanne Burke, 2002, 55 min., Color
The fourth installment of Joanne Burke’s critically acclaimed NEW DIRECTIONS series on women's empowerment in developing countries, SPEAKING OUT prese...
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A film by June Cross, 2015, 53 min., Color
In much of America, progress in HIV/AIDS treatment suggests the worst is behind us, but every year 50,000 Americans are still diagnosed with the virus...