How To Survive A Plague
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The annual Peabody Awards recognizing outstanding TV programs, films, and other media formats telling groundbreaking stories with real social impact have announced their winners, including honors for several LGBT-inclusive films, documentaries and series.
This week catch the season premiere of Downton Abbey and all new episodes of Major Crimes, Sean Saves the World, Revenge, The Good Wife and a showing of the documentary How to Survive a Plague.
Director David France and founder of Treatment Action Group (TAG) Peter Staley were presented with the Outstanding Documentary award by Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey) at the GLAAD Media Awards in New York on Saturday night for 'How to Survive a Plague.'
How to Survive a Plague filmmaker David France is currently working with ABC Studios to develop a miniseries based on his documentary, which will take a deeper look at the personal stories behind the HIV/AIDS advocacy movements of the 1980s.
Students at the largest multi-denominational seminary in the world are making history by becoming the first evangelical graduate theological school to create an official LGBT student organization. They are now hosting an LGBT film festival featuring several GLAAD-nominated films.
In addition to a well-deserved nomination for the stirring documentary How to Survive a Plague, the only only LGBT-inclusive film to receive a substantial Oscar nomination this year was actually the animated family film, ParaNorman.
How to Survive a Plague has been nominated for Best Documentary at the 85th Academy Awards!
Voting ends tonight for the Audience Choice Award at the 6th Annual Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking and the category includes LGBT-inclusive documentaries 'How to Survive a Plague' and 'Bully.'
On Dec. 3, the first business day following World AIDS Day, Google will be hosting a How to Survive a Plague Google+ Hangout from its New York City Headquarters.
This Tuesday, the nominees for Film Independent’s Spirit Awards were announced, recognizing accomplishments by indie filmmakers’ during the past year. Several LGBT inclusive films received nods, including Ira Sachs’ Keep the Lights On which was nominated in four categories.