October 14


DATE AND TIME TBD | Cinebarre Canal Place 9 | Member $10 General $13

The history of AIDS activism in America is written in grand gestures: ACT UP shutting down the FDA building in DC. NYC galleries draped in black for Visual AIDS’s Day Without Art. Far outside the epicenters of radicalism, ACT UP’s close-knit Shreveport chapter fought pitched battles, budging the massive LSU Health system to acknowledge the epidemic and lashing back at the KKK during its 90s resurgence. Small Town Rage sets down the largely untold history of a scrappy few who stood up in the least likely of places. -JK

Winne of the 2017 Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities Documentary Award

Filmmaker scheduled to attend

FREE thanks to the generous support of the Helis Foundation


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Community Partners: Belle Reve New Orleans, Karlaro Media