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Sometimes, when two women meet, it’s magic. When Dr. Mathilde Krim met Elizabeth Taylor it was majestic. Two grand dames in their respective careers joined forces to raise their voices – and the hackles of politicians in America – to call attention to the dismal, pathetic lack of funding for AIDS research in the eighties. This is the story of how the will of two women influenced the will of the people – and saved the lives of millions of people. It’s science with a huge heart and plenty of attitude. -SH
Preceded by Billy & Alan: In Life, Love & Death, Equality Matters (Vicki Nantz, 2013, USA, 37 min)
A touching and maddening story that every gay Floridian needs to know about.
and We Are Animals (Dominic Haxton & David Rosler, 2013, USA, 14 min)
In this alternate-history fable set in the 1980′s AIDS Crisis, a closeted young man is thrust into the midst of an anti-government coup and finds that the animal within is stronger than the monsters that oppress.
Sponsored by AIDS Services Association of Pinellas and Metro Wellness & Community Centers