News Brief “BEHIND THE FEAR– The Hidden Story of HIV” will be shown Wednesday January 11 at the Davis Senior Center Valente Room at 7pm, 646 A St in Davis. Does HIV really cause AIDS or is this a dogma based on false assumptions? The science behind the dissident position is narrated by Ed Asner. […]
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New York indie bookstore Bluestockings will be screening both of Reiss/Shenton’s recent HIV/AIDS films this Saturday (22 October 2016, 7:00-9:30 PM). IRF has issued a press release.
Read our latest press release here.
On 31 January – 6 days before the dual-launch event in London – Positive Hell will be screened in New York, followed by a audience discussion co-led by How Positive Are You‘s Elizabeth Ely. Joan Shenton is anticipated to join in via Skype. Location: Center for Remembering and Sharing, 123 4th Avenue, 2nd Floor (above Think […]
NO FREEDOM OF SPEECH AT SOAS (London University’s School of Oriental and African Studies) by Joan Shenton – Immunity Resource Foundation Anne Sono’s film I won’t go Quietly was due to be screened at SOAS Khalili Lecture Theatre on Friday 25th April at 6 pm. The film tells the story of 6 women who were […]