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Controversial HIV film takes prestigious award at New York film festival

GScene Saturday, 25 March 2017
Controversial HIV film takes prestigious award at New York film festivalThe HIV/AIDS documentary film Positive Hell added a new trophy to its collection of film festival awards last weekend receiving the Special Jury Prize for World Social Impact at the Queens World Film Festival (QWFF). The award was presented to the film's writer, narrator and producer Joan Shenton by...
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