Saturday, December 1, 2012

Boston World AIDS Day Film Events

December 1st is World AIDS Day. This day is to commemorate & honor those in our community we have lost. The Boston LGBT Film Festival is presenting three screenings to raise awareness & bring our community together. On Saturday Dec 1st at the Museum of Fine Arts from 2:15P to 3:35P is the New England premiere of Rohan Spong's wonderful & uplifting documentary ALL THE WAY THROUGH EVENING. The film celebrates pianist Mimi Stern-Wolfe as she plans & performs her annual concert of works by her friends who were lost to HIV/AIDS. Mimi will be attending the screening & will be performing following the film. This screening is free & cosponsored by Kimpton Hotels. The Boston LGBT Film Festival & the Institute of Contemporary Art are bringing back two amazing documentaries on Saturday as well. UNITED IN ANGER: A HISTORY OF ACT UP (Festival 2012), Jim Hubbard's moving documentary on the origins of ACT UP will be screening at Noon & WE WERE HERE (Festival 2011), David Weissman's powerful documentary on the arrival of AIDS in the San Francisco gay community will be screening at 3pm. Harvard Pilgrim Health Care is sponsoring the education programs associated with this screening & the exhibition This will have been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980s. For More Info:


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