Film: All of Us
All of Us is a feature documentary about a young Ethiopian-American doctor investigating the spiking rates of HIV/AIDS among African-American women. Her research takes us into the lives and relationships of her South-Bronx patients, the women she meets on a trip to Ethiopia and her privileged colleagues.
We learn that women across the boundaries of race, class and country (even the Harvard educated doctor herself) must fight for their sexual rights. All of Us is about HIV/AIDS but it is not a tragedy. It is a story of resilience, sisterhood, and courage.
September 10-14, 2008
Urbanworld Film Festival
September 19th-25th, 2008
22 East 12th Street between University Place and 5th Avenue in New York City. Theatrical screenings this September 19th-25th, schedule TBD.
To purchase tickets, call Cinema Village box office (718) 965-0636.
-$5.50 for seniors and children
-$7.50 for students
-$10.00 for adults
-Groups of 10 or more receive a discounted group rate ticket price of $7.50 per person.
-Groups of 30 or more, receive a discounted group rate ticket price of $5.50 per person.
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