dir. Angélica Cabezas Pino, 2018, 57 mins, Spanish with English subtitles

In Chile, people living with HIV fear stigma, and often conceal their condition and remain silent about what they are going through. This is My Face explores what happens when a range of men living with the virus open up about the illness that changed their life trajectories. It follows a creative process whereby they produce photographic portraits that represent their (often painful) memories and feelings, a process which helps them challenge years of silence, shame, and misrepresentation. A lesson in the power of collaborative storytelling.

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Thursday 2 July – Thursday 9 July

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Featuring guest speakers Angélica Cabezas Pino (director), Will from PrEPster, a London-based HIV prevention organisation and Roberto Tovar from Número de Serie, an organisation that promotes the use art and design to build new bridges of communication around HIV activism.

This is My Face

This film is part of the Queer Eyes programme, a collaboration between Fringe! Arts&Film Fest, the Royal Anthropological Institute and the RAI Film Festival. Look at the full programme here.

This screening is part of Film FeelsConnected, a UK-wide cinema season, supported by the National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network.  Explore all films and events at filmfeels.co.uk 

This is my Face