18th December 19
6:10pm — 6:10pm

Made in the space of just nine days in the summer of 1985, filmmaker Arthur “Artie” J Bressan Jr’s Buddies was the first to ever tackle the Aids pandemic four years after the first clinical diagnosis. An intimate two-hander that received a muted showing at a handful of cinemas just months after it was completed, it has been unavailable ever since, a hushed legacy belying a ground-breaking significance because Buddies is quite possibly the most important film you’ve never heard of.

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