Watch 6 Clips From 'Fire In Blood' (USA Involvement In Blocking Aids Drugs From Reaching Africa)

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by Tambay A. Obenson
January 8, 2013 5:08 PM
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Continuing our highlights of films scheduled to screen at month's Sundance Film Festival, here are a whole bunch of clips from a feature documentary we previously profiled, that will compete in the World Cinema Documentary category, titled Fire In Blood, from director Dylan Mohan Gray.

The short story, courtesy of Sundance, goes... 

In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Western governments and pharmaceutical companies blocked low-cost antiretroviral drugs from reaching AIDS-stricken Africa, causing 10 million or more unnecessary deaths. An improbable group of people decided to fight back. 

Said to be shot on 4 continents, the work of investigative film journalism includes contributions from the likes of Bill Clinton, Desmond Tutu, Joseph Stiglitz, and more. 

It'll be making its North American Premiere at Sundance next month.

Check out the new clip below, released today:

FITB clip "Musi" NTSC 0m39 from Fire in the Blood on Vimeo.

FITB clip "Durban 2000" NTSC 1m35 from Fire in the Blood on Vimeo.

FITB clip "counterfeits" NTSC 1m00 from Fire in the Blood on Vimeo.

FITB clip "research and development" NTSC 1m11 from Fire in the Blood on Vimeo.

FITB clip "excuses" NTSC 1m22 from Fire in the Blood on Vimeo.

FITB clip "hostages" PAL 1m05 from Fire in the Blood on Vimeo.

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