‘DRUG$’—AHF to Host Free Documentary Screenings in NYC, San Francisco, Ft. Lauderdale and Chicago Tuesday, December 11th

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF)
will host a series of free community screenings and receptions in four
cities across the nation on Tuesday, December 11th,
from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. (local times) of “DRUG$-The Price
We Pay,”
a new feature-length documentary that explores the soaring
price of medicines in the U.S.

Narrated by Academy Award® winner J.K. Simmons, ‘DRUG$’ reveals
the mystery of modern medicine’s skyrocketing price tag and how it
affects the people struggling to stay alive.

The feature-length, 79-minute film created by the AIDS Healthcare
Foundation with Foxhound
Productions
, uncovers the soaring price of medicines in the United
States. The documentary presents deeply humanizing stories, in addition
to interviews with academics, patients, advocates and political leaders,
including Senator Bernie Sanders and Congressman Elijah
Cummings
. In a titanic struggle against corporate greed, see how a
diverse group of concerned Americans is fighting back to keep lifesaving
medicines affordable for us all. (‘DRUG$’ trailer)

The four screenings of ‘DRUG$’ will take place in San Francisco
(at the historic Castro Theatre), New York, Ft. Lauderdale and Chicago.
There will also be a limited theatrical release of the film in New
York
(Cinema Village Theater Dec. 7-13) and Beverly Hills
(Laemmle Music Hall 3, Dec. 14-20) before the film becomes widely
available to the public on Amazon Prime and YouTube on
December 15th.

The four free community screenings and receptions all take place on
Tuesday, December 11th, between 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.
(local times) and include:

 

San Francisco

 

 

 

Castro Theatre, 429 Castro St., San Francisco, CA
94114

With a reception prior to, and panel discussion after the screening.

To RSVP for the San Francisco screening, click here

 

 

Chicago

Regal Cinemas City North 14 IMAX RPX

2600 North Western Avenue, Chicago IL 60647

With a reception prior to, and panel discussion after the screening.

To RSVP for the Chicago screening, click here

 

New York

Regal Union Square Stadium 14

850 Broadway, New York, NY 10003

With a reception prior to, and panel discussion after the screening.

To RSVP for the New York screening, click here

 

Fort Lauderdale

Museum of Discovery and Science AutoNation IMAX Theater

401 SW 2nd St., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

With a reception prior to, and QA discussion after the screening.

To RSVP for the Ft. Lauderdale screening, click here

 

About AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) and why we created this film:

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF)
has grown from a small community hospice provider, caring for people
dying of AIDS in Los Angeles, to the largest global HIV/AIDS
organization in the world, now providing care to over one million people
in 42 countries. In 2017, AHF marked a momentous milestone – its 30-year
anniversary.

Providing and treating human beings with the medicine they need to
survive is at the core of our mission. For three decades, our
organization has strived towards treating as many people as possible,
advocating for lower medication costs. The cost of medicine cannot go
down if pharmaceutical companies continue to set and achieve
billion-dollar profit goals.

Find more information on ‘DRUG$’ on Facebook: www.facebook.com/DRUGSthefilm.com
and follow us on Twitter: @DRUGSthefilm
and Instagram: @DRUGSthefilm.

Press assets on DRUG$ available for download on Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1qjnlbkwpgb14zf/AABkXLBHPGueTLgOnaDsEDbba?dl=0

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the largest global AIDS
organization, currently provides medical care and/or services to over
1,000,000 individuals in 42 countries worldwide in the US, Africa, Latin
America/Caribbean, the Asia/Pacific Region and Eastern Europe. To learn
more about AHF, please visit our website: www.aidshealth.org,
find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/aidshealth
and follow us @aidshealthcare.

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