Jan 17

HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE

A documentary on AIDS activism

17/01/2019
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

How to Survive a Plague is a 2012 American documentary film about the early years of the AIDS epidemic, and the efforts of activist groups ACT UP and TAG. It was directed by David France, a journalist who covered AIDS from its beginnings. France’s first film, it was dedicated it to his partner Doug Gould who died of AIDS-related pneumonia in 1992. The documentary was produced using more than 700 hours of archived footage which included news coverage, interviews as well as film of demonstrations, meetings and conferences taken by ACT UP members themselves. France says they knew what they were doing was historic, and that many of them would die. The film, which opened in select theatres across the United States on September 21, 2012, also includes footage of a demonstration during mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in 1989.

 

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5:00 – 6:30 PM   FULL CIRCLE TeenFilm

Come and enjoy a thought-provoking film and the chance to share your thoughts after with other teens.

Language: Film & discussion in English
Location: MuntpuntPlace de la Monnaie 6, 1000 Bruxelles
Registration is compulsory

Tickets: €5   BOOK HERE


Full Circle TeenFilms are an opportunity for young audiences (aged 14-18yrs) to access unique films and interesting discussions on subjects relevant to you, in a relaxed context.