MtM @ AIDS 2018

MtM @ AIDS 2018

June 28, 2018

The 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018) will be hosted in Amsterdam, Netherlands 23-27 July 2018 and provides a unique forum for the intersection of science, advocacy, and human rights. The Global Village intersects with the main conference programme, blending scientific sessions with cultural activities, live performances, networking zones, NGO booths, marketplace booths, and art exhibits. The Global Village is open to the general public and creates a diverse and vibrant space where communities from all over the world gather to meet, share and learn from each other. 23-26 July we will present 4 films in The Global Village that match themes with the conference. 

Monday 23 July, 17:15            Kiki
The film will be introduced by Maarten Stoltz, Program-Coordinator at Movies that Matter.

Tuesday 24 July, 18:30           Lucky Specials (In collaboration with THE UNION: International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease and KNCV Tuberculosis Funds)
The film will be introduced by Emily T. Blitz, Global Director of Conferences and Summits at THE UNION.

Wednesday 25 July, 18:30      Who’s gonna Love me Now?
The film will be introduced by Dirk van der Straaten, Artistic Director at Movies that matter.

Thursday 26 July, 18:30          Little heaven
The film will be introduced by Mercy Ngulube, Young anti-AIDS activist and victim of AIDS.

The programme is free and will be hosted in English. The films will be screened in RAI Amsterdam, Amtrium first floor, room L103-104.

The Movies that Matter screenings are made possible by AFEW and CLUB CHURCH.