How We Lost the War Against AIDS
Background.jpg

A FUTURE DOCUMENTARY

How We Lost the

War Against AIDS

What? A film about the future of the AIDS epidemic

Why? Because the war against AIDS is not over and the stakes are very high

Why now? Because the moral urgency is greater than ever

How We Lost the War Against AIDS is a future documentary set in the year 2030, after HIV and AIDS have come roaring back in the 2020s.  A conference panel of experts looks back at the fifty-year history of the epidemic, with a special focus on the late 2010s, identifying the things that went wrong, the mistakes that were made, and the opportunities that were missed.  The film ends with a reminder that it is only 2018, that there is still time to do the things that the future panelists wish we had done, that there is still time to win the war against AIDS.

The film will be released in July 2018, following a series of public service announcements reminding us all that the war against AIDS is not yet over.

 

Sign up for Our Newsletter

Name
Name
 

 
 
We can end AIDS – for good. We have the science and the on-the-ground game to make it happen. The only question is: Will we do it?
— Dr. Mark Dybul, Executive Director of The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria