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Fire in the Blood Documentary

June 27, 2012

I cannot wait to see this documentary.

“An intricate tale of “medicine, monopoly and malice”, FIRE IN THE BLOOD tells the story of how Western pharmaceutical companies and governments blocked access to low-cost AIDS drugs for the countries of the global south in the years after 1996 – causing ten million or more unnecessary deaths – and the improbable group of people who decided to fight back.

Shot on four continents and including contributions from global figures such as Bill Clinton, Desmond Tutu and Joseph Stiglitz, FIRE IN THE BLOOD is the never-before-told true story of the remarkable coalition which came together to stop ‘the crime of the century’ and save millions of lives in the process.”


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  1. This looks like an excellent documentary, thanks for posting the trailer. I seem to have missed a screening last night in London, but I’ll keep my eye out for other chances to view!

  2. Thanks for posting this, Sabrina!!

    The film will be releasing the week of February 25th all over the UK. Anyone keen on seeing the film in their city or town should get in touch their local independent cinema (or a Picturehouse cinema if there is one nearby) right away, and let them know you would love them to show it… please tell like-minded friends to do the same and be sure to let us know using the “Contact” tab at fireintheblood dot com, so we can follow up on it…

    We believe this film will be the catalyst for an immense amount of critical debate and ultimately for massive positive change, so naturally we would love everyone to see it and get fire in their blood!

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