here! TV Debuts Documentary 30 Years From Here

 

 
Documentary special shares real-life accounts of the 30-year war against the AIDS pandemic
 
November 9, 2011 (NEW YORK) – here! TV (www.heretv.com), the world’s leading premium gay television network, proudly presents the original documentary 30 Years From Here, featuring real-life accounts from the decades-long war against AIDS. The special premieres November 25, 2011, exclusively on here! TV and here! Online, here! TV’s premium online subscription video player found at http://premium.heretv.com/
 
“When here! TV’s General Manager, Eric Feldman, and I began discussing plans to make a documentary looking back at the last the 30 years of the AIDS pandemic, the most difficult part was deciding on what part of this massive epic to tell. 30 Years From Here is just one story among millions. Focusing primarily on the epidemic and how it unfolded in New York City, we follow a timeline that shows where it began, what has been accomplished, and how we arrived here,” says Josh Rosenzweig, here! TV’s Senior Vice President of Original Programming & Development.
 
30 Years From Here examines the trials and tribulations the AIDS pandemic has created over the past 30 years. The documentary looks at how this nondiscriminatory disease has affected many lives over many years. Hear personal accounts from people who were there in the beginning and have seen both the sorrow over lives lost and the hope generated by advances in medical research. Activists, medical experts, and people who were on the ground describe their stories from the war on AIDS. Interviewees include playwright Terrence McNally; activist and ACT UP found Larry KramerMarjorie Hill, CEO of Gay Men’s Health Crisis; physician Frank Spinelli; director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell; and radio talk show host Larry Flick.
 
To obtain a screener of 30 Years From Here, please contact Mark Umbach at mark.umbach@heremedia.com.
 

 
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