Sunday, August 02, 2009

"A Powerful Noise" part of of lineup of Albuquerque Film Festival

If you missed the viewing of that wonderful movie A POWERFUL NOISE back in March, you have an opportunity to catch the film this Saturday, August 8, at 2:00 p.m. at the KiMo Theater. The movie is being shown as part of the Albuquerque Film Festival. The previous showing around the country (including Albuquerque) was sponsored by the Care Action Network

Here is a short description:
The movie takes you inside the lives of three women from different countries to witness their daily efforts to fight HIV/AIDS, champion girls’ education and unite ethnically divided communities. The film will be immediately followed by a town hall discussion with expert and celebrity panelists – including Nicholas Kristof, Christy Turlington Burns and Dr. Helene Gayle - broadcast live from New York City to participating theatres.
And a trailer on YouTube.

1 comment:

Addiction said...

sounds like a good film. I work at a drug rehab
and you see many people infected with hep c from sharing needles and using old dirty ones. It is something you could live with but you will always have to live with liver damage.