Collective Effect @ APLA is dedicated to bringing together a set of dynamic and diverse people, active in the L.A. social scene, who share a commitment to social justice and service for those living with HIV/AIDS by reducing stigma and raising awareness while building support for AIDS Project Los Angeles.
Wednesday, June 12th - 7:30PM
Silver Screen Theater at the Pacific Design Center
Tickets $15: apla.org/screening
“Served powerfully, with minimal adornment... A moving and meticulous documentary about AIDS activism in the late ’80s and early ’90s” — A.O. Scott, The New York Times
Wednesday, June 12:
6:00 - 7:00PM Reception featuring APLA 30th Anniversary Historical Archive
7:30PM Screening followed by an exclusive panel discussion featuring film cast members, principals, and local experts, including Peter Staley (ACT UP, TAG), Garance Franke-Ruta (ACT UP, TAG), John Duran (City of West Hollywood) and more.
HOST COMMITTEE: Jordan Brusso, Richard Chung, Dusty Church, Luke Klipp, Ian Matthew Owens, Harrison Pierce, Derrick Shore and Matt Spencer,Zach Victor, Tom Whitman, Tarik Yetken
Tickets are available at apla.org/screening.
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