REGIONAL PREMIERE OF UNITED IN ANGER:THE HISTORY OF ACT UP
DIRECTOR Jim Hubbard present for post-screening discussion
As scrappy and passionate as the actions it documents, United in Anger: A History of ACT UP delivers a living tribute to a movement spawned by death and despair. New York Times
Illuminating the significant roles women and minorities played in the movement, this vital documentary captures the growth and evolution of a movement that changed the way people thought about AIDS and public protest, even as many of its own members were dying. Hubbard, a former Twin Cities resident, was involved with the longtime St. Paul nonprofit Film in the Cities. His work is part of the Walkers Ruben Bentson Film/Video Study Collection. 2012, video, 90 minutes.
United in Anger: A History of ACT UP
Wednesday, April 17, 7:30 pm
$9 ($7 Walker members, students, and seniors)
Director Jim Hubbard present for a post-screening discussion