Screening of Positive Hell

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Screening of Positive Hell

Posistive Hell is a film that follows the lives of five people who were diagnosed with HIV over 25 years ago. Despite the diagnoses they have refused to take medication as they dont believe it works. They also question the link between HIV and AIDS. The film was due to be played at the London Independant Film Festival but following complaints by HIV and AIDS charities the orgaiser removed it from the program. Despite this a creaning of the film went ahead. The Organisers of the London independant film Festival have come under attack, being accused stifling freedom of expression and not engaging in debate.

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