Video: The Emotional Sundance Q&A For "How To Survive a Plague"

Photo of Peter Knegt By Peter Knegt | The Lost Boys January 26, 2012 at 12:09AM

A few days back here in Sundance I caught a screening of David France's astonishingly powerful documentary "How To Survive a Plague." A chronicle of AIDS activism in New York, the film shows how a group of men and women fought against a remarkably homophobic establishment to help bring life-saving drugs to America.  The film moved me so much that I decided to check out a public screening the next day just so I could take in one of the Q&As (there wasn't one at the industry screening I initially attended). And as expected, it was pretty powerful stuff:
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A few days back here in Sundance I caught a screening of David France's astonishingly powerful documentary "How To Survive a Plague." A chronicle of AIDS activism in New York, the film shows how a group of men and women fought against a remarkably homophobic establishment to help bring life-saving drugs to America.  The film moved me so much that I decided to check out a public screening the next day just so I could take in one of the Q&As (there wasn't one at the industry screening I initially attended). And as expected, it was pretty powerful stuff:

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