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Saturday, October 27 • 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Even Me (50 Shades)

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Producer/Director - Megan Ebor

Exact Running Time - 24:00

Country of Production - U S A

Website/Trailer - http://www.evenmefilm.com/



Even Me confronts the overwhelming crisis of HIV/AIDS among older adults 50+. Defying the myth that HIV/AIDS is a gay or young person's disease, this revealing documentary depicts the devastating impact of this epidemic on the heterosexual, older adult population and communities of color. These brave men and women speak candidly about their experiences, sexual history, HIV status, and help to uncover the misconceptions about aging, sexuality and HIV/AIDS.

Filmmaker/Storyteller Finalist
avatar for Megan Ebor, MSW

Megan Ebor, MSW

Director, Producer, Writer
I am passionate about addressing social justice issues through documentary filmmaking. Utilizing film as a social change agent and bringing awareness to the issues that impact ethnic minorities, women, and the older adult population is my lifes work.

Saturday October 27, 2012 3:00pm - 4:30pm PDT
The Montalban 1615 Vine Street, Los Angeles, CA 90028