Undetectable: How Stigma Has Gone Viral in the Fight against HIV
Catalogue Number: SNAP00
Producer: Snapshot Studios Inc.
Producing Agencies: Snapshot Studios Inc.
Subject: Diversity, Documentary, Family Studies/Home Economics, Gender Studies, Global Issues, Guidance, Health and Medicine, History, Medicine, Psychology, Social Issues, Social Sciences, Sociology
Grade Level: 9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2021
Running Time: 41:48
Canada has the solution to end HIV infections and stop the world-wide AIDS epidemic. So why are people still dying of AIDS? This video uses archival footage to review the history of AIDS, breaks down the roadblocks to eliminating this plague, and exposes the gatekeepers that have stopped the world from becoming HIV/AIDS free. The documentary is a deep dive into the hysteria, misinformation, stigma, and prejudice that has surrounded the HIV virus since it was identified in the early 80s. Through the eyes of artist Mark Randall, current front-line workers and tireless activists, 'Undetectable' exposes how early societal prejudice is directly linked to today’s rising infection rates.
Directed by Laura O'Grady, Snapshot Studios.
WINNER: BEST FILM – LGBTQ – Toronto Film Festival, 2021
WINNER – 2021 AMPIA Posie Awards
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