Episode 161 of David Crowe’s podcast, discussing HPV and Sacrificial Virgins.
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The second part of Sacrificial Virgins is now available to watch here. See our press release. The third and final part will be available by 19 October. Stay tuned for it on this playlist.
While the core mission of Immunity Resource Foundation has been informing of the HIV/AIDS debacle, IRF would be mislabelled if it did not make forays into broadness. Which is why we have announced the first of a three-part documentary on the HPV vaccine, titled Sacrificial Virgins. The other parts will be available shortly. Jump directly […]
Read Julia Farrington’s piece in which it is discovered that Terrence Higgins Trust have been responsible for censorship of Positive Hell in the UK.
Congratulations to Andi Reiss and Joan Shenton for winning the Special Jury Award for World Societal Impact at this year’s Queens World Film Festival. Picture of the received trophy hopefully to follow shortly. Two further screenings following the QWFF screening also went without hitch despite expected protestation. Update 22/3/17: Photo below.
Meditel and Yellow Productions have produced a short film about the censorship of Positive Hell which you can watch here. Theatregoers to the Queens World Film Festival tonight in New York will be shown both Censored and Positive Hell, with a Q&A featuring IRF’s Joan Shenton and Rethinking AIDS President David Crowe. Update 16/3/17: Press release […]
Due to an alleged misunderstanding of the nature of the films, Bluestockings has cancelled tonight’s screening of Positively False and Positive Hell. Another win for censorship on non-prejudicial ideas.
Joan Shenton challenges an interviewer who argues from the point of consensus – 5min video.
It’s happened once more. Another UK film festival – Portobello – has censored Positive Hell upon minimal pressure from AIDS orthodoxy defenders. Read here. The recurring tragedy is that an independent film festival yet again has absolved itself from supporting an independent film that it had accepted and did not see a problem with itself: […]