This month we screen a group of short films to coincide with the “Witness” exhibit at Asian Arts Initiative, reflecting on the 30th Anniversary of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on Friday December 2 at 8pm.

The films we’ll screen include: America’s Shadows: HIV Risk in Black and Latino Youth, directed by Tchaiko Omawale (2009, USA, 26 min.), Kore, directed by Tran T. Kim-Trang (1994, USA, 17 min.), Morir Por Amor: Latinas and AIDS directed by Marta Noemi Bautis (1998, Argentina/Brazil/Dominican Republic/USA, 47 min.), Seen But Not Heard: AIDS and the Untold War Against Black Women directed by Cyrille Phipps (2008, USA, 12 min.), and Viva Eu! directed by Tania Cypriano (1989, Brazil, 18 min.).

Tickets are $8 General Admission; $5 for students and available at the Asian Arts Initiative box office or online by clicking here.


The Black August Hip Hop Project directed by dream hampton screens Friday November 4.


Director Eliaichi Kimaro will be live in person on October 7!


A Lot Like You directed by Eli Kimaro screens October 7 at Asian Arts Initiative.