Mark your calendar to see the full documentary ON THIS WEBSITE, beginning on World AIDS Day - December 1, 2020.
This film is dedicated in loving
memory of our family members,
friends and colleagues who left us too
soon, but taught us much about living
with purpose and having resiliency.
We hope this community-based film
project serves to educate and inspire!
We noticed the 'tiny tree' that was about 3 ft tall while we were on location, which we then included in the production. It was growing in the massive field behind the home of Jack Haight and Don Turner. The tree somehow felt connected to the story ... and we decided that in some ways it symbolized the lives of the long-term survivors. The tree appeared to have struggled, possibly near death at one point, but instead it survived and thrived. Today, it stands out in the field, as if proud to be watching over the Queen Anne's Lace growing all around it.
MANAN Strategy Consultants (AKA: MANAN Media Productions)
Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR)
REACH2.0 / REACH NEXUS
The Venerable Ron Matthewman
Thank you to all of our Supporters and Donors.
A full list can be found on the Film Credits + Supporters page of this website.