Plan to join BronzeLens Film Festival on Monday, December 1, World AIDS Day, as we present ?25 TO LIFE. ARRAY, the multi-platform distribution label of the African-American Film Festival Releasing Movement (AFFRM), acquired the film, which marks the feature directorial debut of Mike L. Brown, a Ford Foundation grant winner. ARRAY will release 25 TO LIFE for a one-week engagement in Los Angeles on November 28, 2014, followed by one-night engagements worldwide beginning on World AIDS Day on December 1, 2014.
Join us in in Atlanta for this free screening which will be held at Clark Atlanta University, Carl and Mary Ware Academic Building, Lecture Hall 101. There will be two free screenings – at 6:00pm and at 8:30pm – with a panel discussion in between the screenings that begins at 7:30pm. Mark your calendar for December 1st…Seating is LIMITED!
25 TO LIFE chronicles the story of William Brawner, the Howard University alum who kept his HIV positive status a secret for over twenty-five years. Now, William seeks redemption from his promiscuous past as he embarks on a new phase of life with his wife who is HIV Negative. We journey with William and his family as he struggles to carve out an open and honest future. 25 TO LIFE is supported by Sundance Institute, Cinereach, The GoodPitch, IFP, Firelight Media Lab, and Tribeca All Access and is the 2014 American Black Film Festival Grand Prize Jury winner.
Check out the AFFRM review from The Source on behalf of 25 TO LIFE here.
There is no charge but you must register here for the screenings.