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Uploaded on Feb 26, 2008
A ten minute excerpt from the 25 minute film "Hope In The Time of AIDS" that outlines some of the statistics, hopes and brutal hardships of HIV and AIDS in Africa—or any country, of course, but particularly countries lacking in access and equal gender rights.
What the film in its entirety is trying to show is that HIV and AIDS does not have to be a death sentence, that there is so much hope, and given the sheer wealth of this world, people have a right to treatment, to education, to protection and dignity.
The film was produced by Alison Lawton and Tim Hardy. Tim and I (Pete McCormack) co-directed it. I wrote the narration, which Pierce Brosnan so generously narrated.